Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by Brian in Mesa, May 26, 2017.
Maybe they have exhausted the storyline.
I'm thinking they are probably working out the business part. Perhaps with all the success, new contracts have to be negotiated.
They are trying to figure out how to write the Coronavirus and all the partying asswipes on Lake of the Ozarks into the storyline
You actually bring up an interesting point. How are shows/movies set in current time going to deal with Coronavirus? Scenes that take place in restaurants, stores, parks, anywhere in public really, are going to have to be shot in a completely different way now (unless they just ignore that Covid exists). Will the virus end up dominating shows just by it's existence in the script? I pity the writers.
Maybe this deserves a separate thread - moving forward how will entertainment incorporate our new Covid lifestyles in storylines.......
It will be interesting to see for sure. I look at scenes today (that were obviously filmed before the pandemic) and think - where is the social distancing!
I think it also may have to do with everything being paused and just not having gotten to it yet. There is still plenty story to tell from where things left off IMO
As things open back up, if the country goes back to normalcy, I imagine the shows and movies will too. Also, for example, in Arizona restaurants are full again so they really wouldnt need to do anything different when filming.
Except where woukd we get all the redneck hillbilly looking poeple? Oh, nevermind...
Ozark renewed for 4th and FINAL season. Sad faces.
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there's a reason the three things I'm pitching right now are either period or animated.
3rd season towered over the first 2.
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