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Release dates of a few TV shows that were postponed this year

words by: Natasha Marsh
Nov 23, 2020

Sheltering-in-place for the last nine months has its pros: wearing minimal clothing, working in your bed, spending time with friends, developing new hobbies, cooking, not spending money on your commute and binge watching your favorite TV shows. Of course, that’s what we thought. 


When COVID case loads started to rise, all industries were affected as the government worked to contain the virus. Film production – like all industries – took a hit and many of our favorite shows had to postpone as the networks scrambled to sort COVID-safe precautions. 


Things are definitely still up in the air but production has slowly started to come back and a couple of TV shows are releasing air dates. Read on to see when our beloved shows will return.



Starring Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins, Jensen Ackles and more, the Vancouver-based show began taping in August and began airing again October 8 with their series finale last week! 



The CW hit has been filming season 5 since September 14 and has plans to premiere early January. 


The Morning Show

Reese Witherspoon’s show started back up last week!


FBI: Most Wanted

Taping began on September 30.


This Is Us

On September 24, one of America’s favorite shows began filming again. 


Law & Order: SVU

All masked up, the cast posted a photo on Instagram on September 14 stating season 22 is now being filmed. 


Grey’s Anatomy

Ellen Pompeo posted on Instagram on September 8 next to co-star Richard Flood, “First time back in my scrubs.. Since we shut down filming 7000 healthcare workers have died from Covid. I dedicate my season 17 to all who have fallen and to everyone of you who by the grace of God is still standing.”


All American

Season 3 started filming September 28.


Sex Education

Originally scheduled for May, season 3 production began in August.


Photo via Netflix