After months of strikes, Hollywood is finally back to work. This means that Netflix is back in the game with its series and movies.
Netflix has two top priorities: "Stranger Things" and "Wednesday." The fifth and final season of "Stranger Things" is already in production. However, filming for the second season of "Wednesday" won't start until late April 2024.
There are a few reasons for the delay in filming for "Wednesday." One reason is scheduling conflicts among the cast. Jenna Ortega is also busy with other projects, such as "Beetlejuice 2." Another reason is the change in filming location from Romania to Ireland.
Unfortunately, we won't see more of Wednesday until 2025. The strikes have led to this situation, which could potentially impact both the series and Netflix in the long run.
Despite the delay, there could be a silver lining. Netflix might use this opportunity to film multiple seasons of "Wednesday" back-to-back. This would allow us to see the second and third seasons much closer together than the first and the upcoming second season.
The strikes have had a significant impact on Hollywood. Many productions have been delayed, and some have even been canceled. This has led to job losses and financial hardship for many people in the industry.
The future of Hollywood is uncertain. The strikes have shown that the industry is vulnerable to disruption. However, Hollywood is a resilient industry, and it is likely to bounce back from this setback.
There are a few things that can be done to prevent future strikes. One is to improve communication between unions and studios. Another is to establish clear guidelines for resolving disputes.
Hollywood is an important part of American culture. It produces films and television shows that are enjoyed by people all over the world. It also provides jobs for thousands of people.