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Four Warner Bros series to resume production

After the coronavirus production stop, four Warner Bros TV series have resumed their production process. This also includes Lucifer.

Earlier this year, production on pretty much all series was halted due to the coronavirus. Slowly, but steadily, more and more productions are resumed. This also applies to the production process of Shameless (US), Animal Kingdom, Lucifer and Batwoman. According to the American medium Deadline, Warner Bros strives to have continued production on twenty series near the end of September.

Production on the eleventh and also final season of Shameless (US) for Showtime will continue. The cast and crew of Animal Kingdom of the TNT network are about to begin recording the fifth season. The Netflix series Lucifer is also able to pick up production for the final two episodes of the fifth season. Next to that, they will start with the production on the sixth and final season of the crime series. Production on the second season of the The CW series Batwoman has already begun.

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