EastEnders has offered a first glimpse of new scenes while the cast returned to filming.
Fans of the series BBC One can expect that the series regains (almost) its business as usual on his return from his summer vacation, spreading to new four episodes per week. However, each tranche will have a running time slightly shorter than 20 minutes.
As shown in the images below, the production of the series is now back, the players and the team is adhering to government guidelines and measures of social distancing.
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As you can see, Danny Dyer (Mick Carter), Luisa Bradshaw-White (Tina Carter), Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale), Milly Zero (Dotty Cotton), Jake Wood (Max Branning) and Clay Milner Russell ( Bobby Beale) have all practiced the social distancing during the filming.
the EastEnders The production team has worked on plans throughout the break to ensure the quality of the soap with the restrictions of shooting in place.
Some members of the production team already have experience in the production of shows socially moved away, having worked at the renaissance of BBC One Talking heads. They now apply their techniques to a much larger scale for the soap.
“The resumption of production is incredibly exciting and stimulating to the same extent,” said Jon Sen, executive producer of EastEnders.
“Since we postponed the shoot, we worked on techniques to test non-stop, methods of production and new ways of working in order to be able to come back on the screens four times per week – as EastEnders should be.
“The shooting will inevitably be a more complex process now. The creation of episodes of 20 minutes, we will help to ensure that on our return, EastEnders will always be the show that the public knows and loves. ”
EastEnders broadcast on BBC One.
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