Kiefer Sutherland by Kelsey McNeal/Fox Kiefer Sutherland by Kelsey McNeal/Fox

The relentless wildfires ravaging Southern California have forced the evacuation of some 250,000 residents as well as singed the productions of several TV series. According to the Reporter, 24 had to rejigger a plan to film Kiefer Sutherland at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro when cast and crew became overwhelmed by drifting smoke. (This truly is not Jack Bauer's best day.) Similarly, Cold Case had to rethink a location shoot when strong winds blew over a set, and ABC's Big Shots scrapped a cycling sequence in Malibu. FX's The Riches had to make alternate plans when sheriff's deputies working traffic control at a Santa Clarita shoot were pulled to, like, save lives instead, while NCIS needed to replace crew members who stayed at home to ward off the flames.

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