When the pandemic first hit last year, TV shows were left hanging in the balance as production shut down. Some were in the middle of production, while others were about to begin production. However, all would be forced to reconsider everything they know about putting together a TV show and come up with a new and safe way to film in the middle of a pandemic.
FX’s “Snowfall” was in the middle of filming season four when the pandemic hit and did not return to set until seven and a half months later. In that time, a careful plan full of health and safety protocols was put together by the union that all cast and crew would have to follow. “Snowfall’s” Health and Safety manager Jillian Stern says “Snowfall” is one of the first larger on-location shows to come back, which has paved the way for other shows to reshape how they film as well.
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