Filming resumes on Clickbait
Netflix thriller has resumed production in Melbourne after halting in March.
Netflix thriller Clickbait has resumed filming in Melbourne.
The drama halted filming in March as the pandemic began to grip Australia.
A spokesperson told TV Tonight, “Clickbait started filming again last week. We are delighted to welcome the cast and crew back to complete filming over the next few weeks. It’s been a slightly longer road than anticipated, but it will be worth the wait.”
The miniseries from NBCUniversal International Studios and Tony Ayres Productions includes an Australian and international cast with the latter having quarantined. There is one change of directors with Cherie Nowlan directing block 4 instead of Laura Belsey.
The cast includes Abraham Lim (The Catch), Jessica Collins (Revolution), Ian Meadows (Dead Lucky), Daniel Henshall (Okja), Motell Foster (Foxhole), Jaylin Fletcher (Snowpiercer) and Camaron Engels (Malibu Rescue), Zoe Kazan (The Big Sick, Ruby Sparks), Betty Gabriel (Get Out, Counterpart), Adrian Grenier (Entourage, Affairs of State) and Phoenix Raei (Stateless, The Heights).
The 8 part series explores the ways in which our most dangerous and uncontrolled impulses are fuelled in the age of social media and reveals the ever widening fractures we find between our virtual and real life personas.