Amid the complicated situations of the COVID-19 crisis, the crew of 'Hi Bye, Mama' decided to postpone the film's airin...
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Amid the complicated situations of the COVID-19 crisis, the crew of 'Hi Bye, Mama' decided to postpone the film's airing this week.
As a TV series that is still filming during its airing, it was easy to understand when Hi Bye, Mama suffered a lot from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic - once the series almost stopped filming because a member of the crew were suspected of being infected by coronavirus. Luckily the drama aired its first 12 episodes peacefully. But right when the film reaches its climax, when the secret of Yoo Ri (Kim Tae Hee) reached the ears of her ex-husband, the crew suddenly made a notice to postpone the airing for a week.
'Hi Bye, Mama' episodes 13 and 14 scheduled to air this weekend (April 4 and 5) will be postponed to ensure a more stable production process during the coronavirus outbreak. Of course, there will be special programs used by broadcasters to fill its vacancy.
In addition to 'Hi Bye, Mama', the music program M Countdown will also postpone its broadcasting this week and has not scheduled a return date yet. Meanwhile, Olive'S Food Food Bless You will not be broadcasted in the next two weeks since a production manager has confirmed positive for COVID-19.