Filming on HBO's big-budget drama Westworld - which shoots in Santa Clarita near where the 200-acre brush fire broke out - was temporarily suspended due to the flames fueled by the Santa Ana winds, the cable network has confirmed.
One of the writers for S.W.A.T. tweeted that the safety of the cast and crew are of utmost importance to them, which is why they made a decision to not push through with their shooting schedule. Nobody from the show seems to be in danger, although there's no saying when production will be able to resume.
Wildfires have also forced other studios to halt production on their shows as well.
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A Santa Clarita Studios employee told Deadline this morning that the facility's internet was down, apparently because of the fire.
The Rye Fire flared up near Newhall Ranch Road north of San Fernando Valley around 10 a.m. on Tuesday. As a result, the 5 Freeway closed, impacting traffic on the major roads.
"Westworld", a sci-fi western drama, is in production on the second season, which is expected to premiere in 2018.
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.