As Hollywood returns to set following the resolution of the Actors’ Strike, the French audiovisual sector has been hit by three days of industrial action this week as crews campaign for more pay.
Around 70 TV productions have been impacted by the three-day strike, which kicked off on Wednesday, including the fourth season of TF1 hit HPI (High Intellectual Potential), Walking Dead spin-off Daryl Dixon, the second season of Canal+’s Marie-Antoinette and France Télévision webseries Deter.
According to local media reports, Daryl Dixon was due to shoot in old town of the Brittany port city of Saint Malo for most of this week, but production was suspended after just one day.
The series was due to travel next to Mont Saint Michel. A number of non-fiction shows have also been hit such as Top Chef, Capital and Equipe.Read more on deadline.com