‘Chicago Fire’ Season 10: Production Delayed by COVID Omicron Surge

Another series has been hit by the coronavirus: Chicago fire has stopped production in season 10 after finding positive COVID test resultseven between Zone A, which is made up of cast and those who interact directly with the ensemble, reports our sister site Deadline.

The Windy City-based NBC drama was filmed on Tuesday after returning from vacation, but cast and crew were notified on Wednesday that production would be temporarily shut down, with immediate contact tracing in place. According to Deadline, the series aims to return to work on January 10 or 11.

Chicago fire is one of several shows affected by the current coronavirus surge fueled by the Omicron variant – earlier today, TVLine reported that Los Angeles-based dramas Grey’s Anatomy, Season 19 Y The noob they have delayed the restart of production as a precaution. De Gray Y Station 19, which were scheduled to resume production on January 10, will instead resume filming on January 12. The noobThe delay is unknown.

Further, NCIS: Los Angeles, which was scheduled to restart production on its current thirteenth season later this month after its vacation, will now return to work sometime in February. Meanwhile, NCIS , Which was scheduled to resume filming in season 19 this week, has also temporarily halted production.

Chicago fire Season 10 resumed with a new episode tonight at 9 / 8c on NBC.

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