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TV shows whose production has delayed production due to an increase in Covid-19 infections – Deadline

An unprecedented spike in coronavirus infections and deaths in Los Angeles County has prompted many TV shows to delay their return to production after the holiday break.

The studios are responding to a call from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, which has urged the film and television industry to consider halting production for a few weeks during the continued surge in coronavirus cases across the country. county. Studios and streamers had looked at the logistics involved, including the availability of talent and whether the cast and crew would be paid for the extra days of inactivity. All productions have followed strict Covid-19 protocols since filming resumed.

Here is a list of shows with their original scheduled return dates as well as their new scheduled return to production dates. We will update the list as more shows are announced.

SAG-AFTRA says most broadcasts will remain on hiatus until at least mid-January amid coronavirus outbreak in LA County

SONY PICTURES TELEVISION:

The Goldbergs (ABC) and Atypical (Netflix), which is scheduled to resume the week of January 4, now delayed by one week until January 11
Danger! and Wheel of Fortune, planning to return on January 11, their originally scheduled date.

DISNEY TELEVISION STUDIOS / ABC SIGNATURE / 20th TELEVISION:

Sixteen scripted series (listed below) will remain on hiatus during the holidays until January 18, when production will resume. Shows were previously scheduled to return to production on January 11 or a few days earlier.

Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
Stations 19 (ABC)
American Housewife (ABC)
Blackish (ABC)
Mixed (ABC)
Rebel (ABC)
It’s us (NBC)
9-1-1 (Fox)
9-1-1: Lone Star (Fox)
Last man standing (Fox)
American Crime Story: Impeachment (FX)
american horror story (FX)
Mayas MC (FX)
Big beanie (Disney +)
L’Orville (Hulu)
Love, Victor (Hulu)

UNIVERSAL TELEVISION:

Mr. Mayor (NBC) (January 11)
Kenan (NBC) (January 11)
Good girls (NBC) (January 11)
I have never (Netflix) (January 11)
Hacks (HBO Max) (January 11)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (January 18)

WARNER BROS. TELEVISION:

All American (The CW), Bob ❤️ Abishola (CBS), B positive (CBS), Call me Kat (Fox), Mom (CBS), Shameless (Show time), You (Netflix), all are expected to return from vacation on January 4, now preparing to resume production week on January 11.

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

TELEPICTURES:

The Ellen DeGeneres Show return on Monday January 11 (initially scheduled to return on January 4).

CBS STUDIOS:

Five series (listed below) are slated to return on January 4 and are now set to resume production on January 11.

NCIS (CBS)
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)
The Seal team (CBS)
Why do women kill (CBS All Access)
Diary of a future president (Disney +)

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