What happened to my series? TV shows interrupted by the COVID-19 crisis

All rise - CBS
The Walking Dead - AMC
Peaky Blinders - BBC
Fargo - FX
Euphoria - HBO
Stranger Things - Netflix
The Crown - Netflix
The Morning Show - Apple TV
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - NBC
NCIS - CBS
Young Sheldon - CBS
Grey's Anatomy - ABC
Bob Hearts Abishola - CBS
FBI - CBS
FBI: Most Wanted - CBS
God Friended Me - CBS
The Witcher - Netflix
NCIS: Los Angeles - CBS
NCIS: New Orleans - CBS
Line Of Duty - BBC
Bull - CBS
The Good Fight - CBS
The Blacklist - NBC
Chicago Fire - NBC
Chicago P.D. - NBC
Chicago Med - NBC
New Amsterdam - NBC
Superstore - NBC
Claws - TNT
Batwoman - The CW
Supernatural - The CW
Charmed - The CW
Dynasty - The CW
The Flash - The CW
Nancy Drew - The CW
Riverdale - The CW
Supergirl - The CW
Snowpiercer - TNT
Atlanta - FX
Snowfall - FX
The Righteous Gemstones - HBO
Fear The Walking Dead - AMC
Carnival Row - Amazon Prime
Lucifer - Netflix
Grace and Frankie - Netflix
Russian Doll - Netflix
For All Mankind - Apple TV
Little America - Apple TV
Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet - Apple TV
Pennyworth - Epix
All rise - CBS

The coronavirus crisis has paralyzed several television series. They have postponed their production in order to stop the spread of COVID-19. This is the case, among others, for 'All Rise', a CBS legal drama that premiered in September 2019. Until further notice, it has halted the filming of its new episodes.

The Walking Dead - AMC

COVID-19 has become another protagonist in the shooting of the 11th season of 'The Walking Dead'. The producers of the series have decided to stop filming until further notice.

Peaky Blinders - BBC

UK joins the fight against the spread of COVID-19 and it's time to stay home. The shooting of the sixth season of 'Peaky Blinders' has been affected and will take a break.

Fargo - FX

The fourth season of 'Fargo', starring Chris Rock, will not continue its filming. Therefore, the date of its season premiere will also be altered.

Euphoria - HBO

The eagerly awaited second season of the series starring Zendaya will have to make a stop along the way. The reason, as it happens with many other fictions, is the COVID-19.

Stranger Things - Netflix

The long-awaited fourth season of 'Stranger Things' has also been affected by the coronavirus and, until further notice, its entire team self-isolates at home.

The Crown - Netflix

The television biopic of Queen Elizabeth II of England has paralyzed all its plans and will not continue filming the chapters of its fourth season until the crisis of the coronavirus has passed.

The Morning Show - Apple TV

The Apple TV series starring Jennifer Aniston has had to postpone the shooting of its second season. 

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - NBC

The series, already in its 21st season, will have to wait a while to resume filming.

NCIS - CBS

The legendary series 'NCIS' has also decided, as a health measure, to stop filming its new chapters. It is already in its 17th season.

Young Sheldon - CBS

Bad news for the fans of 'Young Sheldon': those responsible for the shooting of the third season of the series have decided to stop the filming following governmental health recommendations.

Grey's Anatomy - ABC

'Grey's Anatomy' has decided to send Dr. Grey and company home until further notice.

Bob Hearts Abishola - CBS

The sitcom 'Bob Hearts Abishola', which premiered in September 2019, has temporarily stopped recording new episodes. The adventures and misadventures of Billy Gardell and Folake Olowofoyeku will have to wait until further notice.

FBI - CBS

The CBS drama 'FBI' will be taking a temporary break due to COVID-19. The network has decided that the recording of the episodes of its second season will have to wait.

FBI: Most Wanted - CBS

CBS also stops the filming of 'FBI: Most Wanted', a television series derived from the successful 'FBI'. The fiction, released in January 2020, is not recording any more episodes for the time being.

God Friended Me - CBS

Fans of 'God Friended Me' will have to wait too: the shooting of the second season of the CBS comedy has been halted by the COVID-19 crisis.

The Witcher - Netflix

Henry Cavill and the rest of the crew of the Netflix series has also had to stop the filming of the second season of 'The Witcher'. 

 

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NCIS: Los Angeles - CBS

The 11th season of this successful series will also see a break in filming due to the coronavirus crisis.

NCIS: New Orleans - CBS

This CBS fiction was in the middle of shooting its 6th season. For now, and until further notice, there will be no more shootings.

Line Of Duty - BBC

Another temporary suspension of filming due to coronavirus: 'Line of Duty'. Those responsible for the series assure that they will return with their work plans when this crisis is over.

Bull - CBS

This fiction starring Michael Weatherly will take a break from filming. The reason? The coronavirus crisis. They were shooting episodes for Season 4.

The Good Fight - CBS

The sequel to 'The Good Wife' has also decided to stop filming its fourth season. Until shooting resumes, there's time to watch the episodes from the previous three seasons again. 

The Blacklist - NBC

The same situation for NBC's 'The Blacklist:' due to the coronavirus crisis, it has paused all filming.

Chicago Fire - NBC

Chicago's firefighters and paramedics will have to take a break from filming for their eighth season. Preventing the spread of COVID-19 is a joint fight of all of us.

Chicago P.D. - NBC

The police drama 'Chicago P.D.' has halted filming because of the coronavirus crisis. 

Chicago Med - NBC

The same thing happened with this series: it decided to stop filming as a health measure. 'Chicago Med' was already in its fifth season.

New Amsterdam - NBC

This medical drama has also been interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Filming for the second season has been stopped until further notice.

Superstore - NBC

This NBC comedy had just released its fifth season and approved the recording of its sixth series. However, 'Superstore' will have to wait.

Claws - TNT

Will the protagonists of Claws come back when the coronavirus crisis is over? They're supposed to. However, for the time being, there will be no more shooting.

Batwoman - The CW

The shooting of the second season of 'Batwoman' has also come up against the COVID-19 pandemic. Result: the filming was stopped.

Supernatural - The CW

It seemed that nothing and nobody could stop the shooting of the 15th season of 'Supernatural' but, following the health recommendations of half the world, those responsible for the series have decided to take a break.

Charmed - The CW

'Charmed' was renewed in January 2020 for a third season. However, following the latest health recommendations, it will not be filmed just now.

Dynasty - The CW

The fourth season of the remake of 'Dynasty' has had to cancel filming temporarily. However, it will return as soon as possible.

The Flash - The CW

If you are a fan of 'The Flash' you have to know that the makers of the series have decided, as a preventive measure and to avoid the spread of COVID-19, to postpone filming their new season.

Nancy Drew - The CW

The same goes for the television series based on the successful literary saga 'Nancy Drew.' No more mystery until further notice: shooting temporarily cancelled by COVID-19.

Riverdale - The CW

Season 4 of 'Riverdale' has been affected by the coronavirus crisis and, for the time being, no more new chapters will be shot.

Supergirl - The CW

Season 5 for 'Supergirl' has halted filming for the time being. 

Snowpiercer - TNT

Daveed Diggs and Jennifer Connelly, the stars of this series, will have to wait a while to continue filming. The reason: COVID-19.

Atlanta - FX

Season 3 of 'Atlanta' was in the middle of its third season when COVID-19 made its appearance. For now, there will be no more filming.

Snowfall - FX

Same situation for 'Snowfall' which, following the health recommendations, will stop the filming of its new episodes.

The Righteous Gemstones - HBO

This HBO comedy has temporarily discontinued shooting for the second season.

Fear The Walking Dead - AMC

'Fear The Walking Dead' has stopped filming as well as 'The Walking Dead.' 

Carnival Row - Amazon Prime

This series starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne has temporarily cancelled the filming of its second season. The producers say we will soon hear about its future.

Lucifer - Netflix

The well-known streaming platform will also have to stop the shooting of its series by the COVID-19. Season 6 of 'Lucifer' has been one of the affected shows.

Grace and Frankie - Netflix

Veterans Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda (and the rest of the series' team) will not attend any more shoots of 'Grace and Frankie' until the health authorities declare the end of this crisis.

Russian Doll - Netflix

The Netflix series has paused filming its second season. Its cast and staff try to stop the rise in the number of COVID-19 infections by staying home.

For All Mankind - Apple TV

'For All Mankind' has had to postpone its plans for the recording of its second season to avoid the spread of COVID-19.

Little America - Apple TV

The series was renewed for a second season but, after the arrival of the coronavirus, it paused the filming of its new episodes.

Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet - Apple TV

The series had approved the start of filming for its second season when COVID-19 broke out. Therefore, following the health recommendations, there will be no more shooting for the moment.

Pennyworth - Epix

There will be no further filming of the second season of 'Pennyworth' until further notice.

 

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