Lucifer and Supergirl also suspended their filming for the coronavirus

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Simply no series or movie seems to be safe. In the midst of the current situation caused by the coronavirus more productions are still suspending their work as a preventive measure.

This time, following the announcement made by the leaders of The Flash during the morning of this Friday, from TV Line’s report that also stopped the production of Supergirl and Lucifer.

Yes, even the very Lucifer Morningstar is free from the precautions that are being taken to prevent further spread of the cornavirus.

Luciferlike the series of the Arrowverso, is produced by Warner Bros TV and according to TV Line was in the straight end of the work of its fifth season when this decision was made.

By now it is assumed that the fifth season will be the last of Luciferbut everything would be almost ready for Netflix to seal the deal for a sixth installment.

For its part, Supergirl he had been filming some scenes until the last minute, but now we chose to stop production as happened with The Flash.

In the case of this series should also be shooting the last episodes of its fifth season and the suspension of its production is particularly striking because it is unknown what will be the protocol that you follow to your next cycle with the pregnancy of its main character, Melissa Benoist.

By now is a mystery when it will resume production of these series, and how this will affect your emissions, but this said Warner Bros TV to TVLine:

“With the events that are changing rapidly related COVID-19, and as a precaution, Warner Bros. Television Group is stopping production of some of our more than 70 series and pilots currently in filming or about to start. There have been No confirmed cases of COVID-19 in any of our productions, but the health and safety of our employees, casts, and equipment remains our main priority. During this time, we will continue to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control, as well as local officials and public health professionals in every city where we based our productions.”