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‘All Rise’ Returns To Production With Virtually Made Social Distancing Episode Amid Covid-19 Pandemic

‘All Rise’ Returns To Production With Virtually Made Social Distancing Episode Amid Covid-19 Pandemic

After late-night and daytime talk shows one by one returned to television with remotely produced episodes amid the coronavirus outbreak, we have the first primetime scripted series to embark on virtual production to make a fresh episode reflecting the current realities while complying with the rules of social distancing.

CBS drama All Rise, from Warner Bros. TV and CBS TV Studios, is returning to production for a virtually-produced timely episode influenced by the Covid-19 pandemic, social distancing and its impact on the criminal justice system. There will also be references to the show characters’ personal lives and how they are affected by the health crisis.

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