New LA County COVID Surge Is Putting A Multitude Of Shows On Hiatus

With a new surge of COVID hitting the LA area, many of the shows currently in production have had to halt operations and go on hiatus. With an ICU capacity of 0%, an extended stay-at-home order through Jan. 16th, and a regional recording of 10,000 COVID-related deaths, the LA County Department of Public Health is imploring LA based shows to stop production and go on hiatus. The studios going on hiatus include NBCU Studios, CBS Studios, Universal TV, and Warner Bros. TV. Many are pushing back for a week slated to get started Jan 4th through Jan. 11th. While other studios like Universal TV are pushing production for two weeks and slated to start back up around Jan. 18th.

With hiatus’ just starting to be announced here are the shows that we know of so far that are being affected:


Grey’s Anatomy

Station 19

American Housewife






911: Lone Star

Last Man Standing


American Crime Story: Impeachment

American Horror Story and Mayans


The Orville

Love, Victor


Big Shot


This Is Us

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