Tyler Perry knows how to get things done.
The actor/director started production on his television show “Sistas” and finished ahead of schedule with a crew and cast that stayed healthy, CBS News reported.
They all wore masks 12 to 14 hours a day shooting the 22-episode season in Georgia. They took a 1 1/2 hour lunch every day, Variety reported.
How did he do it?
Perry had a 30-page plan and kept his crew living on-site at Tyler Perry Studios.
He built new buildings to house his employees, calling it “Camp Quarantine.”
Perry also had private flights for actors to shuttle to and from Los Angeles and New York.
All staff underwent mandatory virus testing every three to four days as well, staying in their rooms until test results are returned, CBS News reported.
Perry will start production on “The Oval,” and cast and crew started to arrive on Thursday for their time at the studios, Variety reported.
He will also be working on “Ruthless” and “Bruh,” according to Variety.