Grey’s Anatomy, This Is Us, and Netflix's 'Never Have I Ever' production has been put on halt due to Covid-19 surge
Disney Television Studios has joined other major TV studios to halt production of Los Angeles-based shows amid rise in coronavirus infections.
Sixteen scripted series produced by Disney TV Studios' ABC Signature and 20th Television divisions will remain on holiday hiatus until 18 January, when production will resume, reports Deadline.
The 16 series are ABC's Grey's Anatomy, Station 19, American Housewife, Black-ish, Mixed-ish and Rebel, NBC's This Is Us, Fox's 911, 911: Lone Star and Last Man Standing, FX's American Crime Story: Impeachment, American Horror Story and Mayans; Disney+'s Big Shot, Hulu's The Orville and Love, Victor.
Universal TV has similarly pressed pause on six comedies — NBC's "Mr. Mayor," "Kenan," "Good Girls" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"; HBO Max's "Hacks"; and Netflix's "Never Have I Ever." UTV is also eyeing a Jan. 11 return date for most of its shows, although "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is not expected to resume shooting before 18 January.