Organized Crime’ Pauses Manufacturing After Constructive Covid-19 Take a look at – .

EXCLUSIVE: Filming NBC’s Law & Order: Organized crime was suspended after a positive Covid-19 test in Zone A, which includes the cast and those in direct contact with them.

In accordance with industry protocols, state and county safety guidelines, and the NBCU Production Playbook, those in close contact have been asked to self-isolate and the contact tracing has been initiated. It is not yet clear how long the production downtime will last. Law & Order: Organized Crime, which is filmed in New York, temporarily suspended production after a positive Covid-19 test in February.

Temporary production stoppages have become the norm during filming during the pandemic. All Hollywood studios adopted strict protocols and procedures last year that have proven effective in keeping televisions safe even after the country faced a major third wave of infections last winter.

The eagerly anticipated SVU spin-off with Christopher Meloni will premiere on April 1st at 10 p.m. as part of a crossover with Law & Order: SVU at 9 p.m. that same night.

In Law & Order: Organized Crime, Elliot Stabler (Meloni) returns to the NYPD to fight organized crime after a devastating personal loss. Stabler will seek to rebuild his life as part of a new elite task force that will take apart the city’s most powerful criminal syndicates one by one. Meloni also repeats his role as stabler in the SVU this season. No information is published on the other characters of organized crime.

The series is produced by Wolf Entertainment and Universal Television, a division of the Universal Studio Group.

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