Shooting for “Braderton” Season 2 has resumed in London after a delay due to positive cases of COVID-19.
Shopkeeper Chris Van Dawson confirmed the good news. Different types. As he teased, the fans are in big episodes. He acknowledged that production was “reversing” and that he had received reports of a break.
“We had to delay because of the cove, but we got back into it. Right now I’m in the post, editing my first pair of installments, which looks great,” he said.
Filming was suspended indefinitely in mid-July when two members of the production tested positive for Covid 19. Netflix declined to say at this time if the victims were members of the cast or crew, only that they were isolated.
Now that production is back on track, Van Dawson could be a bit of a spoiler for fans. He said that “Bridgeton” season 2 will rise from where the first episode ended. But given that the story now focuses on the eldest Bergerton brother, Anthony, (Jonathan Bailey), then the series will open with him who is still raising a broken heart.
“After we pick Anthony, we see what he’s going through with his mistress. He’s thinking, ‘Was that love?’ Some call it, others do not. We are rediscovering these notions of duty and honor.
Van Dawson also acknowledged that he welcomes the trials and tribulations that come with making period dramas like “Bridgeton”. He acknowledges that Julia Quinn has always been a pressure from fans of the novels from the beginning, “who are very passionate and feel very much about these characters and their stories.”
“There has always been a healthy pressure, I welcome it and say keep up the pressure. It worked in the first season, and I hope people like it this season and As much as they did before. “
Van Dawson, however, will not be around Season 3 and 4 of “Bridgeton”. He will only serve as a show runner until Season 2, after which he will be replaced by Schundland writer / producer Jesse Brownell.