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Hurricane Sandy vs. TV: Production Shut Down on Gossip Girl, Smash, 30 Rock and More

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Hurricane Sandy really knows how to strike the heart of consumer America: our television shows.

With the storm wreaking havoc on the East Coast, numerous series that shoot in New York City have suspended filming, and reruns have taken the place of original programming due to rolling blackouts. So what's the status of your favorite show in terms of production and airing schedule? Here is your Sandy Small Screen Update:

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Suspended Production:

30 Rock, NBC
666 Park Avenue, ABC
Blue Bloods, CBS
Deception, NBC
Do No Harm, NBC
Elementary, CBS
Golden Boy, CBS
Gossip Girl, CW
Law & Order: SVU, NBC
Nurse Jackie, Showtime
Person of Interest, CBS
Smash, NBC
The Big C, Showtime
The Carrie Diaries, CW
The Colbert Report, Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Comedy Central
The Following, Fox
The Good Wife, CBS

Original Episodes Pushed Back:

2 Broke Girls, CBS
90210, CW
Go On, NBC
Gossip Girl, CW
Hawaii Five-O, CBS
How I Met Your Mother, CBS
Mike & Molly, CBS
Partners, CBS
Private Practice, ABC
The New Normal, NBC

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Airing as Scheduled:

Ben and Kate, Fox
Dancing With The Stars: All Stars, ABC
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, ABC
Emily Owens, MD, CW
Happy Endings, ABC
Hart of Dixie, CW
NCIS, CBS
NCIS: Los Angeles, CBS
New Girl, Fox
Raising Hope, Fox
The Mindy Project, Fox
Vegas, CBS

Back to Business:

Jimmy Kimmel Live, ABC (guests include Howard Stern, Tracy Morgan and Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings)
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, NBC 

Other Alterations:

The Voice, NBC: Monday night's new episode re-airing this week
Revolution, NBC: Monday night's new episode re-airing this week

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We will continue to update the list as news comes in, so keep close to the refresh button!

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(Originally published Oct. 30 at 12:52 PM PDT)

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