Fresno, California 2020-11-20 07:24:43 –
Characters all tackle some big issues, but so do actors: learning to work during a pandemic.
“We are in the Vancouver bubble!” Said actress Christina Moses.
The cast and crew of “A Million Little Things” are back in Season 3 with a million major changes thanks to the pandemic. Moses and her on-screen husband Romany Malco, of course, said they followed strict protocols to keep everyone safe (COVID tests, masks, temperature measurements, staggered schedules).
“Fully protected hair and makeup, that’s the main difference,” Moses said. “We are organized into pods as a set. They are tested twice a week.”
“The other is food,” Marco said. “You can’t go up to the table and enjoy the buffet because you need to protect everything. You have to wait and stay away from everyone … you just don’t feel intimacy. It’s a very sterile experience. . “
Marco says the new world has become accustomed to some extent, especially with casts accustomed to many hugs and high fives.
“It doesn’t fit the protocol, so I have to hide to do those things,” Marco laughed.
Season 2 left several cliffhangers, including a large cliffhanger that involved the fate of Eddie, the character of David Juntri. The show’s actors promise to answer questions quickly for a loyal viewer.
“A Million Little Things” will air on Thursday at 10 pm PST.
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