Netflix halts production of ‘Stranger Things 4’, all shows and movies
Apple has also suspended production of Jennifer Aniston-starrer 'The Morning Show'
Streaming giant Netflix has stopped production on all of its original shows and movies, including Stranger Things 4.
Netflix has issued stoppage of production for all shows and movies filmed in the United States and Canada in order to comply with government restrictions in the face of COVID-19, according to reports by Entertainment Weekly.
Stranger Things 4 had just started filming in Atlanta, and it was scheduled to move production to New Mexico in the coming weeks.
Three other Netflix shows had already stopped production before this announcement was made, including 'Lucifer', 'Russian Doll', and 'Grace and Frankie', but those stoppages were made by their respective production companies, not Netflix.
Apple has also suspended production on a bunch of shows for its TV+ platform, including Stephen King's 'Lisey's Story', Jennifer Aniston-starrer 'The Morning Show' and thriller series 'Servant'. Meanwhile, Disney had to shut down 16 pilots across its networks -- for Disney+, in particular, the move affects MCU's Captain America spinoff 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier'.