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'Westworld' & 'SWAT' Halt Production Due to Wildfires

'Westworld' & 'SWAT' Halt Production Due to Wildfires

"Westworld" stars Evan Rachel Wood and Jeffrey Wright also shared their thoughts on the matter on social media.

Due to a sudden spread of unsafe wildfires overnight - something brought about by a combination of dry terrain and high winds - filming for the time being has been shut down.

The CBS reboot of "S.W.A.T" and HBO's "Westworld" have shut down production in response to wildfires in Southern California. Crews said the blazes have burned some 85 square miles, destroying at least 150 structures and forcing almost 30,000 people to evacuate. Both shows are shot near Santa Clarita, in Los Angeles County, where a fire erupted this morning and grew rapidly throughout the day. Nobody from the show seems to be in danger, although there's no saying when production will be able to resume.

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The fires broke out in California on Monday night. HBO said production on "Westworld" would continue "as soon as it's safe to do so".

A representative at Sony Pictures Television, the studio behind "S.W.A.T.", also confirmed the production delay to CNN.

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 chose to not push through with their shooting schedule. Prayers to all affected by these fires.' The message was then retweeted by an actress on the series, Stephanie Sigman.