“What’s happening now is we work pretty far ahead with delivering all the episodes of our shows at once so no disruption over the net few months, maybe later in the year as physical production is not operational,” the Netflix chief content officer said this morning on CNN's Reliable Sources. He added: “It’s been a massive disruption. Every of one of our productions around the world are shut down. It’s unprecedented in history." Sarandos also said the creative process hasn't been grounded completely to a halt, citing Big Mouth having a virtual table read last week. "People are getting geared up for a time they can get back to work,” he said.
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