New York TV Production Slowly Resumes

Most shows back up by Thursday after shuttering for storm
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After Hurricane Sandy halted television production in New
York City and other parts of the East Coast on Monday,
series are gradually getting back to filming.

Universal Television's 30
Rock
started back up on Wednesday, and Smash
and Deception in New York and Do No Harm in Philadelphia will resume
production on Thursday, according to a studio spokesman. Law & Order: SVU remains shut down. Bravo's Watch What Happens Live will air Wednesday and Thursday evening from a temporary Clubhouse in Midtown Manhattan.

ABC Studios' midseason drama Zero Hour was down on Wednesday but will begin shooting again on
Thursday.

CBS has resumed production on Blue Bloods, The Good Wife and Elementary on sound stages on Thursday.

Comedy Central's The
Daily Show
and The Colbert Report
are also taping Wednesday night after being shuttered earlier this week.

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