Production on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s fourth season — delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic — is slated to get underway in early 2021.
“We’re beginning again on January 7,” collection creator Amy Sherman-Palladino introduced Thursday throughout a Woodstock Film Festival digital panel dialogue (moderated by yours really). “Costume fittings are occurring [now], units are being constructed like mad. All of the stuff is going on.
“We’re breaking our tales, we’re writing,” she added. “And then in December we’re dragging the actors in and we’re going to desk learn the scripts. And then, come January 7, it’s, ‘On your mark, get set, go.’”
An Amazon insider cautions that, as with all COVID-era productions, the Jan. 7 date may fluctuate.
Fellow EP Daniel Palladino famous that though Maisel will appear and feel like the identical show when it returns, COVID protocols and restrictions will necessitate one artistic tweak to the collection’ formidable manufacturing. “There will likely be much more visible results as a result of there are limits to what we will do,” he defined. “Last season, our premiere had 850 extras in an airplane hangar. We can not do this.”
Palladino went on to guarantee followers that Maisel Season 4 is totally “going to occur, it’s simply going to occur in a barely totally different approach.”