SWAT And Westworld Production Suspended Due To Wildfires, Get The Details

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The production for Westworld and S.W.A.T. has been postponed due to the massive wildfires that hit Southern California.

Thousands of residents have since been evacuated, though with two other wildfires - namely the Thomas Fire in Ventura County and the Creek Fire close to Sylmar - also blazing across parts of the state, it's unlikely Westworld season 2 will resume production anytime soon.

Los Angeles County is now facing two major fires as of Tuesday: the 11,000-acre Creek Fire and the 1,000-acre Rye Fire.

In addition, production on CBS drama S.W.A.T. has also been temporarily halted due to the fires.

CBS suspended the production for "S.W.A.T." for safety reasons as well, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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"S.W.A.T." films at Santa Clarita Studios in Valenica, California, about 40 miles north of Los Angeles. The freeways have already been closed and there have been traffic jams on the main roads.

They said filming would return to normal when the fires subsided.

Authorities are warning of "extreme fire danger" in the "multi-day event" that could last until Thursday amid strong coastal winds and a dry spell in the region. "Westworld" Season 2 should still arrive this spring on HBO.

Westworld is now filming its second season.

The dystopian show is now filming its second season in an area close to the fires, but producers were concerned about the danger to actors and crew.

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