TV is having a snow day.
Snow has once again descended upon Atlanta, causing TV shows to shut down production on Wednesday due to the extreme weather. Winter isn't coming, it's here to stay apparently!
Warner Bros. has stopped production on The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, while Lifetime series' Devious Maids and Drop Dead Diva also had to cease filming, E! News has confirmed.
TVD is currently filming its 18th episode, which is being directed by star Paul Wesley; it's his first time sitting in the director's chair.
And some of the actors are clearly taking advantage of their time off, with Originals star Daniel Gillies tweeting, "just whispered 'take your panties off' to a jar of peanut butter. #snowday."
Production could be impacted for the rest of the week as well as there is a winter storm advisory in effect in Georgia until 1 p.m. ET; Drop Dead Diva and Devious Maids have already canceled filming on Thursday in anticipation of the severe weather.
While The Walking Dead also films in Atlanta, AMC's hit is currently not in production, so the gang just has to worry about the zombie apocalypse, not snowpocalypse, for now!