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Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19, This is us extend their winter hiatus!

Many productions are forced to extend the winter hiatus due to further restrictions in response to a new wave of COVID-19 cases in California. First we see the TV series filmed in Los Angeles: Grey’s Anatomy and its spin-off series Station 19, This is us and 911!

Richard Flood and Ellen Pompeo in Grey’s Anatomy Season 17

According to Deadline, sixteen scripted series produced by Disney TV Studios’ ABC Signature and 20th Television divisions will remain on holiday hiatus until January 18, when production will resume. The shows had previously been slated to return to production on January 11 or a few days earlier.

The other studios that have extended the holiday hiatuses for LA-based shows, CBS Studios, Warner Bros. TV and Universal TV have largely added a week, pushing start of production from January 4 to January 11, with Uni TV’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine delayed until January 18.

Justin Hartley in This is us Season 5

The TV studios are responding to an appeal by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health which urged the film and TV industry to consider pausing production for a few weeks during the ongoing surge in coronavirus cases throughout the county.

On New Year’s Eve, Los Angeles County reported a third consecutive day of record coronavirus-related deaths. On Wednesday, the region recorded its 10,000th death related to the virus. The county’s ICU capacity is at 0%. Earlier this week, the regional stay-at-home order for Southern California was extended to January 16.

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