American Crime Story: Impeachment Halts Production Due to COVID

American Crime Story: Impeachment Halts Production Due to COVID

UPDATE: Production on Impeachment: American Crime Story has actually briefly closed down after an unidentified variety of individuals working with the embeded in a location often visited by both actors and also staff examined favorable for the coronavirus, Variety reported on Friday, Dec. 18. FX has actually not commented.

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which appeared in late February, the majority of Hollywood manufacturings have actually carried out stringent security methods in which actors and also staff participants use masks and also method social distancing, as well as likewise routinely obtain examined for the coronavirus. Other tasks have actually likewise needed to put on hold recording because of favorable COVID-19 situations.


For all we understand, it’s in fact Monica Lewinsky and also Linda Tripp starring in Ryan Murphy‘s Impeachment: American Crime Story.

Beanie Feldstein and also Sarah Paulson, specifically, are persuading increases for the popular numbers, also when they’re using masks on collection. The 2 were detected in personality in Los Angeles, Calif. on Thursday, Dec. 10. 

Filming on the collection started this November, and also Paulson informed Entertainment Tonight that she seems like this is the “biggest swing” she’s ever before absorbed her job. “I don’t look like her and there’s a lot that had to go into sort of helping to transform me,” she described, including that her change right into Tripp has “been very exciting and totally unnerving.”

Though Paulson’s onscreen look will certainly call for a little bit of motion picture magic, the program will mostly adhere to the realities. Lewinsky herself joined as executive manufacturer, cooperating August 2019 that she planned to “reintroduce my voice to the conversation.” 

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