TVLine Items: Silo Pauses Season 2, Women in Hip-Hop Trailer and More

Apple TV+’s Silo was able to dodge the WGA strike, but the SAG-AFTRA work stoppage has brought filming on Season 2 to a halt.

Based on Hugh Howey’s Wool/Shift/Dust novels (shop Amazon) and created for television by Justified alum Graham Yost, Silo tells the story of the last 10,000 people on Earth, who mysteriously reside in a mile-deep home that protects them from the world outside.

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With all Season 2 scripts completed ahead of the WGA strike, Silo began filming its sophomore run last month in London. But as reported by our sister site Deadline, a planned break in filming is now expected to be indefinite, amid the SAG-AFTRA strike that kicked off July 13.

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* Netflix has released a trailer for Ladies First: A Story of Women in Hip-Hop, a four-episode documentary series premiering Wednesday, Aug. 9:

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