Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The cast of Netflix’s popular series “Grace and Frankie” is pulling back the veil on the behind-the-scenes aspects of episode production amid the coronavirus pandemic.On Thursday, the entire cast, led by Jane Fonda, 82, and Lily Tomlin, 80, connected via video conference for a live table read of the show’s final season 7 premiere.LILY TOMLIN SAYS JANE FONDA IS ‘A REAL TOUGHIE’ FOLLOWING ARRESTSThe table read, which was broadcast on YouTube in order to raise funding for Meals on Wheels during the COVID-19 outbreak, also came with a live Q&A session and lasted over an hour.Joining Tomlin and Fonda were co-stars Brooklyn Decker, Martin Sheen, Sam Waterston, June Diane Raphael, Ethan Embry and Baron Vaughn, as well as series creators Howard Morris and Marta Kaufmann. During the live read, Kaufmann revealed that the Meals on Wheels website had crashed due to the outpouring of donations it had received while the cast was reading. ‘GRACE AND FRANKIE’ STAR JANE FONDA REVEALS SHE SUFFERED A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN DURING SEASON 1″We’ve just heard the response was so great that we crashed the Meals on Wheels website,” Kaufmann announced as cast members held

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