Liverpool news ITV resumes filming on hit entertainment shows with Catchphrase MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - The popular show, presented by Stephen Mulhern, returns to the studio in the wake of the pandemic
Breaking News ! ITV has announced its first entertainment show is about to start filming after production was suspended on a number of programmes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Iconic game show Catchphrase will start filming from July 6, with Stephen Mulhern making a return to the studio. STV Productions are set to record 10 episodes of the hit programme which will be broadcast on ITV and STV during autumn 2020. But the return to filming will be subject to some major changes to ensure the safety of contributors and crew while making filming possible. Read More Related Articles You can get our best stories sent straight to your inbox with our newsletter Read More Related Articles The Liverpool Echo has a free app and here's how to download it New protocols include online health declaration forms, physical changes to the set, galleries and make up rooms, the creation of working ‘bubble’ groups, staggered start times and changes to the catering service. Crew will maintain safe social distancing and contributors and crew will all have their temperatures checked on a daily basis throughout the filming period. Cleaning and sanitisation of studios and filming areas will happen on a daily basis and equipment will be assigned to individual crew members. There will not be an audience in the studio.
. "It feels so good to be back in the studio and it's taken a huge amount of work from the crew and all at STV Productions who make the show and ITV who broadcast it to get us back up and running safely. We can't wait to start." ITV's head of entertainment commissioning Katie Rawcliffe said: "Catchphrase is the first of ITV's big entertainment shows to go back into the studio.
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"All the teams have worked incredibly hard to get us back filming and the production team have protocols in place in line with government guidelines to make sure that we are doing this in as safe a way as possible for the crew, contributors and everyone involved. "We can't wait to get going and Stephen is the perfect host to kick off entertainment post lockdown” STV Production's creative director, entertainment, Gary Chippington said: "The wellbeing of our people and contributors is our priority and the production team have been working tirelessly to make sure we’re all working in a safe environment. "A number of measures have been put in place and social distancing will be adhered to – but be in no doubt, the fun and antics that viewers expect from each and every episode of Catchphrase will very much be central to the mix. We’re thrilled to be going back into studio."
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