“Bridgerton” star Nicola Coughlan has conform that the next season of her sitcom “Derry Girls” will begin filming in 2021.
Created and written by Lisa McGee, the Channel 4 show follows a group of teens living in Derry, Northern Ireland, amid the Troubles, an ethno-nationalist interval of conflict in Northern Ireland, in the 1990s.
Coughlan, who plays Claire on the show, stated the new chapter will go on floors this season after being postponed indefinitely as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. “Can affirm Series 3 of ‘Derry Girls’ is filming this season and I can name damn wait (sic),” the 34-year-old celebrity tweeted.
As the forthcoming season is the “best” from the show, Coughlan stated it will be well worth the wait.
“Covid has pushed back filming several times that has been s***e, but frankly the storylines in this show would be the best we have ever done so I can’t tell you how worth it the wait will have been,” she said.
“Derry Girls” also stars Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Louisa Harland, Jamie-Lee O’Donnell and Dylan Llewellyn.
The first season of the show was introduced early in 2018, with year two following the season after.
Coughlan lately emerged in Netflix’s smash hit series “Bridgerton” as Penelope Feather ington.