“Filming of the new season of The Voice was due to wrap today for the year," a Seven spokeswoman said.
“Today’s filming was postponed. Production will resume in mid-January, as planned. All Covid safety protocols have been – and will continue to be – strictly followed, including daily rapid testing for all crew and talent, social distancing and limits on the number of people on set.”
The singing show is filmed at Sydney's Fox Studios in Moore Park.
This isn't the first time a hit show has been interrupted by a COVID outbreak, with The Masked Singer affected in 2020. While being filmed in Melbourne, a dancer on the show tested positive causing upheaval.
And it wasn't just reality shows that were scarred by the pandemic, as filming for popular soap Home & Away was interrupted multiple times.
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Filmed at Palm Beach in Sydney as well as a studio in Redfern, the show's cast and crew were forced to make alternate arrangements during the height of the pandemic.
Speaking to the BBC in June 2020, the series' producer, Lucy Addario, explained their team had to take a break from Palm Beach due to social distancing.
Here's hoping there's fewer interruptions to Australia's favourite shows going into 2022.
This article originally appeared on our sister site New Idea.