‘We were filming in Liverpool during the height of the pandemic, we had to change the plan every day,’ said Lewis, who has also worked on shows including Broadchurch and Misfits.
‘We lost Sean Bean for 10 days and all of our main core cast because we had an incident with Covid.’
However, Lewis added that the cast was ‘all fine’ in the end.
Time continues on Sunday (June 13) on BBC One. All three episodes are available to stream on iPlayer.
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