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'Price Is Right' and 'Let's Make A Deal' extend their breaks amid coronavirus spike
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“The Price Is Right” and “Let’s Make A Deal” are extending their respective production breaks in light of the coronavirus spike in Los Angeles.
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The daytime game shows returned to filming in late October after shutting down like most other productions at the onset of the pandemic in the United States.
Deadline reports that the two shows were due to return after a holiday hiatus, but will instead hold off until at least the end of the month. Both shows previously returned with redesigned sets that were meant to make production safe for contestants and crew. The measures included social distancing as well as a mix of live and virtual audiences. Despite the precautions, the recent uptick in cases in California has prompted several TV and film productions to close up shop for the time being.
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