Warner Bros. TV says the security of the cast and group of its Vancouver-based “Riverdale” set is of “foremost significance.”
The studio is standing up in the wake of an auto accident including star KJ Apa, who got away damage in a crash that happened as he drove home following a 14-hour day.
The occurrence incited worries from some industry onlookers about extend periods of time in the film and TV business.
Be that as it may, the studio says its creations hold fast to organization commanded benchmarks. That incorporates a turnaround time of 12 hours from wrap to following day call time, and the offer of a taxi, driver or inn space to any individual who feels worn out or risky after work.
The studio says Apa worked 14.2 hours Sept. 14, the day of the mishap. What’s more, on the earlier day he worked 2.5 hours, and the day preceding that he worked 7.7 hours.
They also say the 20-year-old New Zealander was told about his work rights.