“I-LAND” Resumes Filming As Coronavirus Tests Turn Out Negative

Filming will resume but at a restricted capacity.

It was previously reported that a member of the cleaning crew for Bighit Entertainment helmed reality survival show, I-LAND had contracted the coronavirus. Following which, Mnet had decided to cancel the filming schedules for the show and the cast members and staff were sent for testing and self-isolation.


The filming set for the show was been re-opened for filming, as of the 17th of August 2020, where representatives announced to News1 and other media outlets, that filming will resume but at a limited capacity. This quick turnaround of only two days shows the efficiency of the crew and testing center, and it is reported that “all of the cast as well as a majority of the production crew members” tested negative for the virus. The remainder of the crew are still waiting for test results, and have been barred from set until they care confirmed to test negative.

In other news, I-LAND is broadcasted every Friday at 11pm KST on Mnet. Be sure to catch the remaining 12 members on the show!

Source: News1 and Featured Image