Production suspended on 'For Life' due to COVID-19 infections

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(NEW YORK) — Filming on the ABC legal drama For Life has been suspended for two weeks after multiple people working on the series tested positive for COVID-19, according to Deadline

For Life films in New York, which has strict COVID-19 quarantine rules. The series, starring Nicholas Pinnock, along with Mary Stuart Masterson and Timothy Busfield, is believed to be the first series to return to production in New York. 

Shooting on its second season began August 26.

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