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Tommy Dorfman Love in the Time of Corona Interview

Tommy Dorfman Dishes on Remotely Filming Love in the Time of Corona in Just 3 Days

LOVE IN THE TIME OF CORONA - This four-part romantic comedy series is a funny and hopeful look at the search for love, sex and connection during this time of social distancing. Freeform's highly anticipated limited series

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In our Q&A series Last Call, we get down to the bottom of every last thing with some of our favourite celebs — from the last thing they texted to the last thing they binge-watched. This week, actor Tommy Dorfman takes our call.

What do you do when the world shuts down during a global pandemic and you're still searching for love? Freeform is navigating that exact dilemma with its new two-night, aptly named limited series, Love in the Time of Corona, featuring Tommy Dorfman. Filmed remotely and shot in the cast's homes, the series explores four stories about the search for love and connection during an isolating pandemic.

In celebration of the new series, we chatted with Tommy for our Q&A series Last Call, where they answered everything from the last spontaneous thing they did to the last piece of advice that changed their life!

POPSUGAR: What was the last day of filming Love in the Time of Corona like?
It was pretty surreal, considering we wrapped four episodes of television in just over three days. On one hand, I was relieved because people were leaving my house (where we shot) and on the other hand sad to have work start and finish so quickly. It felt like a fever dream.

PS: What's the last album you listened to?
Folklore.

PS: What's the last grand romantic gesture you've made for love?
A few years ago I woke my husband up, blindfolded him, threw him in the car, and surprised him at the airport with a holiday. That felt *grand*.

PS: What's the last thing you texted?
"Can you invite your friends to the Ali Forney Centre virtual variety show fundraiser I'm producing and hosting on August 19th?"

PS: What's the last spontaneous thing you've done?
Adopted a dog.

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PS: What's the last piece of advice you received that changed your life?
The broken dream fertilises the dream yet to come.

PS: What's the last thing you binge-watched?
I May Destroy You.

PS: What's the last thing you ordered online?
Toilet-paper holder.

PS: What's the last photo on your camera roll?
A thirst trap I took for my husband who is working downstairs.

PS: What's the last thing you do before going to bed?
Read my book.

PS: What's the last thing you took home from a set?
I kept a copy of The Course of Love from Love in the Time of Corona

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PS: What was the last song you sang in the shower?
"The Last Great American Dynasty" from Folklore.

PS: What was your last workout?
Walking my dog in the hills.

PS: What's the last book you read?
This Is How It Always Is; [I'm] currently reading The Overstory.

PS: What's the last thing you searched for on Google?
Wonder Woman costume.

PS: What was the last gift you received?
Flowers.

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