Production delayed due to increase in TV shows or Kovid-19 infection – deadline

An unprecedented surge in coronavirus infections and deaths in Los Angeles County has delayed the return of numerous TV shows to their production after the holiday break.

The studio is responding to an appeal by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, which has urged the film and TV industry to consider suspending production for a few weeks during the ongoing surge in coronavirus cases in the county. The studio and streamers were reviewing the logistics involved, including talent availability and the cast and crew would be paid for extra idle days. All productions have been strictly following the Covid-19 protocol since the shooting began.

Here is a list of shows with their expected planned return dates along with their expected return-to-production dates. We’ll update the list as soon as additional shows are announced.

SAGFFATRA said most of the show hits in LA County between coronavirus surges will be at least until mid-January.

Sony Pictures Television:

Goldberg (ABC) and Atypical (Netflix), scheduled to resume the week of January 4, will now be delayed to the week of January 11
Crisis! And Wheel of Fortune, 11 Jan. Plans to return, their original scheduled date.

Disney Television Studio / ABC Signature / 20th Television:

Sixteen scripted series (listed below) will be on holiday until January 18, when production will resume. The show was scheduled to return to production on January 11 or a few days earlier.

Granny Anatomy (ABC)
Stations 19 (ABC)
American housewife (ABC)
Black Ish (ABC)
Mixed-ish (ABC)
Rebel (ABC)
This is us (NBC)
9-1-1 (Fox)
9-1-1: Lone Star (Fox)
Last Man Standing (Fox)
American Crime Story: Impeachment (FX)
The scary story of America (FX)
Mayans MC (FX)
Big blow (Disney +)
Orville (Hulu)
Love, Victor (Hulu)

Universal Television:

Mr. Mayor (NBC) (January 11)
Cannon (NBC) (January 11)
Good girls (NBC) (January 11)
Never Have I Ever (Netflix) (Jan. 11)
Hex (HBO Max) (Jan 11)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (January 18)

Warning bros. Television:

All American (CW), Bob: Abishola (CBS), B positive (CBS), Please tell me (Fox), Mom (CBS), Shameless (Showtimes), You (Netflix), all returning from the January 4 holiday break, are now preparing to resume production week on January 11th.

Of WBTV Lucifer And Young Sheldon Earlier, production was to resume on January 11. All stand up Earlier it was scheduled to start on January 22


Ellen DeGeneres show Returning Monday, January 11th. (Original to return January 4).

CBS Studio:

The five series (listed below) are due to return on January 4, and will resume production on January 11.

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