Apple suspends active filming of all Apple TV+ series

Netflix and Amazon have also shut down all scripted TV and film physical production for two weeks.


San Francisco: Apple has suspended all dynamic shooting on ventures oversaw by outside studios, including “The Morning Show,” “Establishment,” “See,” “Lisey’s Story,” “Worker” and “For All Mankind” due to coronavirus emergency.

“The Morning Show” prior declared that it was closing down creation incidentally with an end goal to forestall cast individuals and group from getting the coronavirus, and now the brief end on creation has now extended to all other Apple TV+ shows that are shooting, The Hollywood Reporter revealed.

Netflix and Amazon have likewise closed down completely scripted TV and film physical creation for about fourteen days.

TV Group, Paramount TV Studios, and the CW have deferred creation on all or part of their TV content.

A few late-night television shows, including “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon,” “Late Night With Seth Meyers,” and “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” are likewise on rest until at any rate March 30.

At any rate, 9,751 new coronavirus cases were accounted for outside China in the previous 24 hours, carrying the worldwide number of contaminations to 142,539, as indicated by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Outside China, 61,518 affirmed instances of COVID-19 were accounted for as of Saturday morning, among which 2,199 patients kicked the bucket, an expansion of 424 passings contrasted with the earlier day, Xinhua news organization cited the WHO as saying.

An extra 13 nations and areas have detailed affirmed cases, expanding the quantity of influenced nations and locales all-around to 135.

The most influenced European nations with more than 1,000 cases each – Italy, Spain, France, Germany, and Switzerland – have considered about to be diseases altogether as of Saturday morning.

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