Greg Davies explains, ‘It will likely be fairly completely different. There’ll be no viewers, and we’ll all be sitting miles away. It’ll be odd as a result of usually we'd all combine earlier than a studio report, however we’ll simply be assembly on the studio ground. I believe it’ll be high-quality although, I believe it’ll be enjoyable.’
Horne, who not too long ago labored on social distanced BBC One Saturday evening present Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer season, says that not having a studio viewers is just the trade commonplace now. ‘That is the way in which issues are made, so I don’t suppose it is going to really feel as odd as it might have three months in the past.’
Every of the present’s episodes options pre-filmed duties screened and judged within the studio, culminating with a dwell process filmed on stage. How will the COVID-19 laws have an effect on these?
Minimally, says Horne. ‘We have been fearful about that, however due to the breadth of the stage, they'll nonetheless do it, that’s truly alright. As a result of they’re going through forwards and never one another, we’re alright. We’ve designed them in order that they don’t contact one another, however they hardly ever did anyway.’
In conclusion, says Horne, ‘the broad skeleton of the present is precisely the identical.’ He thinks the security measures assist to make sequence 10 extra related and humorous, ‘as a result of we’re all watching it on this socially distanced world.’