THE nation’s favourite Hospital drama will not be airing tonight.
Instead, its usual 9.15pm slot will be going to All Round at Mrs Brown’s.
Why isn’t it on tonight?
The BBC has stopped the production of not only Casualty, but also Holby City, Doctors and EastEnders amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A statement from the BBC read: “In light of the spread of Covid-19, after much consideration, it has been decided that filming on all BBC Studios continuing dramas will be postponed until further notice.
“The decision was made after the latest government update. We will continue to follow the latest news and advice from the World Health Organisation and public health organisations.”
The BBC Casualty twitter page tweeted:
There’s no #Casualty this week and this is how we feel about it
But don’t worry, we’ve got lots more episodes in the bag for when we’re back pic.twitter.com/ftWbAaNXH4
— BBC Casualty (@BBCCasualty) May 6, 2020
When will Casualty be back on TV?
Casualty is not set to make a return to our screens until Saturday, 23 May, 2020.
However, fans can still watch past episodes on BBC iPlayer.
What has happened so far on series 34 of Casualty?
So far, Fenisha discovered she was pregnant with Ethan’s baby, sparking the breakdown of her budding relationship with Will.
Jade’s ex-boyfriend is bought into the ED.
Jan struggles after Ruby’s exit earlier this series, and she feels like she isn’t spending enough time with her police officer wife Ffion.
Jan and new paramedic Fenisha have an explosive argument.
Dylan is in love with Faith and takes on a lot of her workload as she struggles to juggle both her job and Luka’s illness.
Ethan is in the dark about the fact that Fenisha is pregnant with his child.
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