At the time, he told Express.co.uk and other media: “That was the luckiest break.
“I’m always very lucky, but to do a show in my own backyard in the year of a pandemic is incredibly good fortune.
“We did manage to keep filming, albeit with a massively reduced crew of one sound man, one cameraman and me, that was it.
He continued: “But we managed to keep filming all the way through, which is tremendous.
“My heart obviously goes out to everyone suffering appalling hardships and deaths and what have you, which is a nightmare. But as far as I was concerned, I was fortunate as hell.”
The eight-part series is set to be aired on Amazon Prime but no official release date has been given.