Although he’s a fan of hit football dramas All americans They will have to wait until mid-January to return, and they can rest assured that they will be spared from the pandemic-themed TV season.
in a Variety exclusiveThe host of the show, Nkechi Okoro Carroll, admitted that although the plot itself cannot directly deal with COVID-19, the authenticity of the virus played a decisive role in the shooting of the season. “The most important thing is that we are a young adult show and love to hold parties-home, everyone’s birthday,” Okoro Carroll told Variety. “It’s like,’Well, what three people get together to drink coffee and chat? We started writing this season at the end of February-I rolled straight from season 2 to season 3. So, when the pandemic is going on, it’s like Wandering here for a while, we turned around and passed down the COVID [scripts] And mark scenes that contain too much extra content. “
She continued: “Football is all in touch. Football with long social distance is suitable for practice training, but not suitable for competition. Because this is their senior year, it feels crazy [not to have football] If we don’t deal with COVID on the show. In fact, what we created is a football bubble based on the NBA. “
Despite the unconventionality, Okoro Carroll is not only confident in the results of the new season, but also confident in the innovation that will follow. “The kind of collaboration and thinking that we have seen out of the box, the way everyone works together to achieve all this, the whole idea of working in the production where the first goal is looking for each other is amazing.”
third episode All americans It will premiere at CW on January 18.
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