‘Barry,’ ‘The Resident’ & More Favorite TV Shows Currently in Production


It can be tough waiting around for your favorite shows to return, but knowing which titles are in production provides some solace.

Whether it’s streaming favorites or prestige picks, tips on when shows such as Succession, Ghosts, Loki, and more are filming offer some relief as viewers know their favorite titles are closer to returning than they were when in pre-production. Below, we’re breaking down some of the shows that are currently in production that are at the top of viewers’ lists.

Succession

The most Emmy-nominated series in 2022, Succession‘s already back in production for Season 4 as was teased in a social media post on the show’s official account at the end of June. Since then, various videos and photos snapped by onlooking fans have been captured, revealing the ongoing filming process. It appears that most of the action is set in New York City for the time being as shoots take place around Manhattan. Stay tuned for more as progress on the latest chapter of the Roy family’s story unfolds

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Netflix’s popular drama centering on Penn Badgley’s Joe Goldberg is taking things overseas as a production announcement posted to you‘s Instagram teased the London-based shoot beginning in April. Since then, Badgley was seen on set as recently as July as photos of the actor surfaced on Twitter. Needless to say, the crew is hard at work bringing the latest chapter to his twisted story to life.

Loki

The trickster god is back at it again as filming for Loki Season 2 has commenced in the UK Photos from the set have begun circulating on social media teasing the return of Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, and Sophia Di Martino as their characters Loki, Mobius, and Sylvie. No official details about the storyline for Disney+’s returning Marvel series have been revealed at this time, leaving fans to come up with their own theories and speculation in the meantime.

The Summer I Turned Pretty

Prime Videos latest hit The Summer I Turned Pretty is already rolling cameras once again. Filming in North Carolina, the summery series from showrunner Jenny Han teased its return with an onset photo of the author and lead actress Lola Tung. β€œAnd we’re rolling on season 2 🎬,” the image was captioned on Twitter. Debuting earlier this summer on June 17, the series received its Season 2 renewal prior to launch on Prime Video.

Ghosts

CBS’s fan-favorite comedy Ghosts is busy preparing for Season 2 as the stars returned to set this summer for a fresh batch of hilarious episodes. Set to return on September 29, the half-hour series may need some time to film, but the stars have already offered fans a glimpse behind the scenes with fun videos and photos. Whether it was their wagers on who would break first while filming Season 2 or star Danielle Pinnock’s response to the show’s Emmy snub, there’s no shortage of content. Stay tuned for more as production on the spooky good series continues.

Emily in Paris

Netflix’s much-debated comedy Emily in Paris is also in progress on its third season as the show’s Instagram account teased the first table read back in June. β€œBack at a table together, and it’s not for a client meeting or a dinner party. Production on Season 3 is starting now!” the caption for the photo reads. Bring on the romantic drama that’s sure to come.

NCIS

The long running CBS staple, NCISis back in production for its landmark 20th season as of July 14 when the show’s Twitter page shared photos from behind-the-scenes, teasing fans with the return. β€œMiss us? We’ve got good news β€” #NCIS is back in production for season 20 and we can’t wait to have this team back on our screens. See you real soon,” the images were captioned.

Barry

HBO’s Emmy-winning dramedy about a hitman with a love for acting, Barry, is officially back in production for Season 4. Star Henry Winkler teased his return to production with costars Bill Hader and Sarah Goldberg with a fun selfie shared on Twitter. β€œFirst day of Rehearsal 4th season BARRY @hbo_barry
HAPPY,” the performer wrote alongside the image, above.

The Resident

Fox’s medical drama The Resident is already back to work on the show’s sixth season as the network teased on social media. β€œBack on set filming #TheResident Season 6!?,” Fox tweeted alongside a photo of stars Matt Czuchry and Manish Dayal who are decked out in scrubs.

FBI

CBS’s popular procedure FBI is gearing up for its fifth season set to premiere September 20 on the network and already the crew is back in front of cameras. β€œHey #FBIFAM! #FBICBS is back in production and we can’t wait to be back on September 20th,” the show’s Twitter page posted.

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