Raging wildfires that broke out in southern California on Monday night have forced dual radio shows to hindrance filming due to reserve fears.
HBO’s Westworld and a CBS reboot of S.W.A.T both close down prolongation on Tuesday due to a fire famous as a Rye Fire blazing circuitously Santa Clarita, Variety initial reported.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department pronounced Tuesday a Rye Fire had grown to some-more than 1,000 acres in size.
“Due to circuitously wildfires, Westworld stopped prolongation progressing currently and will resume filming as shortly as it’s protected to do so,” an HBO orator told BuzzFeed News in a statement.
“Production of @swatcbs has been dangling for a day due to wildfires and vulnerable atmosphere circuitously a stages,” review a tweet from a show’s writers. “Safety of expel and organisation come first. Prayers to all influenced by these fires.”