Netflix assured that the suspension was issued due to government guidelines and safety precautions. No further information has been provided. But, certainly, Netflix has indeed joined an expanding list of entertainment companies that are shutting down due to COVID-19.
Frustrating, isn’t it? The devastating Coronavirus outbreak has affected production schedules worldwide. We’re sure you’re itching to know if the production of your favorite show has been paused or not, right?
Don’t worry, we’ve fashioned a list of confirmed Netflix productions that are suspended due to the pandemic:-
LIST OF SUSPENDED NETFLIX PRODUCTIONS”
The list contains shows that we thought are most popular and you’d want to know the future of these shows. We’ll keep updating the list.
Black Summer Season 2
Dear White People Season 4
Don’t Look Up
Glow Season 4
Grace & Frankie Season 7
Lucifer Season 5
Midnight Mass Season 1
Peaky Blinders Season 6
Sex Education Season 3
Stranger Things Season 4
The Society Season 2
The Witcher Season 2
The majority of the Netflix offices have been shut down, the employees are working from home. Shows under post-production are being worked on remotely. However, only some of the work can be done remotely.
WHEN WILL THE PRODUCTION START AGAIN?
We all want to know when will this end and wish for normalcy to restore. The government has not released any official statement regarding this but their betting in the summer of this year. We reckon that Netflix is also banking on the same information because some of their production schedules include July and August.
Here is a Netflix Q1 2020 interview where Ted Sarandos, mentions that a few productions in Korea and Iceland have started again: