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Netflix Pauses ‘Dead to Me’ Season 3 Filming as Christina Applegate Reveals Her MS Condition

‘Dead to Me’ star Christina Applegate Revealed, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis a few months back and asked for Privacy as she goes through it

Bradley - Wed, 11 Aug 2021 14:25:34 +0100 5304 Views
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After Christina Applegate revealed that She has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Netflix has decided to put a brake on the show's production that she is part of. ‘Dead to Me’ Season 3 filming has been paused temporarily to give Christina time and space to adjust to it.


The third season of ‘Dead to Me’ started filming in May this year and was hardly 2 weeks away to wrap the final season. As per Christina, She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis a few months back, but she wanted to take some time to come out and reveal her condition in the public.


Netflix came out with a statement after She revealed her condition on Twitter yesterday, "We love and support Christina and value her privacy as she takes the time and space she needs at this moment. Production on the third season of ‘Dead to Me’ has been paused temporarily." However, we do hope that everything will be back to normal in a week or two.


"Hi, friends. A few months ago I was diagnosed with MS. It’s been a strange journey. But I have been so supported by people that I know who also have this condition. It’s been a tough road. But as we all know, the road keeps going," wrote Christina on Twitter yesterday. "As one of my friends that has MS said, “We wake up and take the indicated action”. And that’s what I do. So now I ask for privacy. As I go through this thing."


The suspension of production on the critically acclaimed series might come as a piece of bad news for the fans who have been waiting for the show to arrive for more than a year. All we can do now is wish Christina Applegate better health and life and a more successful career with a lot of entertaining shows.


Multiple sclerosis, which affects more women than males and is usually diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, is defined as “an unpredictable, often devastating illness of the central nervous system that interrupts the flow of information within the brain and between the brain and the body.” With her diagnosis, Applegate joins the estimated 2.3 million people worldwide who have the condition.


Dead To Me, created by Liz Feldman, follows two women who unfortunately lose someone in their lives and find their lives linked in the most complicated of ways. Christina Applegate plays Jen Harding, Linda Cardellini plays Judy Hale, Sam McCarthy plays Charlie Harding, Luke Roessler plays Henry Harding, and James Marsden plays twins Steve and Ben Wood in the series.

 

 

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