Hiatus for ‘Mom’, ‘Shameless’, ‘You’, ‘All American’ amid Covid-19 Surge – Deadline

Warner Bros. Television became the second major television studio to postpone a production return date for the series, which was due to resume filming in Los Angeles next week. He’s joining CBS Studios, with other studios and streamers expected to follow.

All American, Bob ❤️ Abishola, B Positive, Call Me Kat, Mom, Shameless, and You, who was due to return from the holiday break the week of January 4, will all be extending their production hiatus. While shows are dark next week, they will maintain existing testing protocols in preparation for resuming production the week of January 11, as the studio continues to review the situation. The production start-up delay will allow for a 10-day quarantine of those who had traveled for the holidays according to LA County guidelines.

WBTV Lucifer and Young Sheldon was previously scheduled to resume production on January 11; All stand up It was previously scheduled to start on January 22.

The move comes days after Deadline reported that the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health had urged the film and television industry to consider halting production for a few weeks during the continuing surge in coronavirus cases. throughout the county. Earlier this week, the regional stay-at-home order for Southern California was extended to January 16.

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“Although music, television and film productions are permitted, we ask that you seriously consider taking a break from work for a few weeks during this catastrophic outbreak of Covid cases,” the health department said in the letter, sent to industrial contacts of the department on December 24 and made public by FilmLA on December 28. “Identify and delay high risk activities, and focus on low risk work for now, if possible.”

On New Year’s Eve, Los Angeles County reported a third consecutive day of record coronavirus-related deaths. The region recorded its 10,000th death from the virus on Wednesday. The county’s intensive care capacity is 0%. Earlier this week, the regional stay-at-home order for Southern California was extended to January 16.

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