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Ryan continues his recovery after breaking his leg on July 16, the actor shared on his IG Stories a pic where we can appreciate that the metal bars that doctors put him, have already been removed.
From here we send him our best wishes and a speedy recovery.
“Shooter” Season 2 will not be shooting any new episodes after the the “freak accident” that broke star Ryan Phillippe‘s leg.
According to Deadline, the USA Network drama’s second season will have eight episodes instead of the original 10, because Phillippe was shooting Episode 9 when the accident happened (off set).
Production continued without Phillippe for a while, but then shut down. Now the decision has been made to end Season 2 on Episode 8, with sources telling Deadline there’s a natural story point in that episode that works as a season finale.
“Our priority is Ryan’s recovery, and after conversations with our partners at USA and UCP we’ve decided that we will wrap S2 with episode 208,” Paramount TV told Deadline in a statement.
“Shooter” has been beset with complications from the start. Season 1 was postponed due to an actual shooting in Dallas, and the show was pulled from the summer schedule after another shooting in Baton Rouge. Season 2 premiered on July 18, which is just two days after Phillippe broke his leg.
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The actor said he wasn’t anywhere near the set of his USA series ‘Shooter,’ which premieres tonight, after fans speculated that he hurt himself doing a stunt.
Ryan has posted a picture of himself laid up in a hospital bed with a broken leg following what he calls a “freak accident.”
Phillippe wrote in the caption of his Instagram post Monday that he’s “going to be ok.” The picture shows him with a bandage on his leg and a swollen foot.
He later explained on Twitter that he broke his leg during a family outing Sunday and it required “surgical attention,” but he will make a full recovery. The 42-year-old thanked first responders and paramedics for their help.
With season two of “Shooter” scheduled to premiere Tuesday, studio Paramount Television is adjusting the show’s production schedule to accommodate Phillippe’s injury. Production is currently underway on episode nine of the 10-part season. Production is still expected to wrap Aug. 3 and the full season expected to be delivered on time to USA.
“We are working with our partners at USA and UCP to adjust the production schedule, but first and foremost we are happy to hear that Ryan is doing well and recovering,” a Paramount rep told Variety.
In light of his injury, Phillippe took to Twitter to promise fans that he would live tweet for both the east and west coasts premieres, along with a Q&A sessions for season two.
The cast of ‘Wish Upon’ was in BUILD studios to be questioned by the film, which is released next Friday, July 14. Ryan also granted an interview to Yahoo Movies where among other things confirmed that there will be third season of Shooter and that he will direct one of the episodes.
Ryan continued with the promotion of ‘Wish Upon’ in the tv show ‘Live Kelly & Ryan’ where among other things stated that Ava is looking for college. They also reminded him that ‘I know what you did last summer’ turned 20, and that he would love to make a cameo in the new remake, but that it would have to be with another character, because his character, died in the film.
Ryan was started promoting “Wish Upon” on the morning show of “Good Morning America” where he was interviewed by Michael Strahan during the interview Michael mentioned that the last horror film that Ryan starred was “I Know What You Did Last Summer” turns this year, 20 years.