Disney Television Studios has joined other major television studios in pushing the start of post-holiday production for the Los Angeles-based shows amid an unprecedented increase in coronavirus infections and Covid-19 deaths in Los Angeles County.
Sixteen text series produced by ABC Signature and 20th Television from Disney TV Studios will remain on vacation gap Until January 18, when production will resume. It was previously scheduled to return to production on January 11 or a few days earlier.
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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’, ‘Good Girls’ and ‘Never Have I Ever’ are among the global TV series delayed return to production amid Covid-19 Surge in Los Angeles
This is the latest date the current series has been postponed to date. Other studios that have extended vacation periods for Los Angeles-based shows, CBS Studios and Warner Bros. TV and Universal TV, pretty much added a week, prompting production to start January 4 to January 11, with Uni TV’s. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Delayed until January 18th.
Television studios are responding to a call from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health that has urged the film and television industry to consider pausing production for a few weeks during the ongoing surge in Corona Virus Cases across the province. Studios and broadcasters were reviewing the logistics involved, including the availability of talent and whether cast and crew would be paid for extra idle days.
Keeping offers in a gap while testing resumes results in products complying with new Los Angeles County Department of Public Health guidelines for those who arrive in quarantine for at least 10 days after unnecessary travel.
On New Year’s Eve, Los Angeles County reported a third consecutive day of record-breaking coronavirus-related deaths. On Wednesday, the region recorded 10,000 deaths, linked to the virus. District ICU capacity is 0%. Earlier this week, Southern California’s regional home residency application was extended to January 16.