'Trauma' revived for additional filming

NBC's show “Trauma” has been revived.

The show, which is being filmed in The City, is not finished just yet, according to the head of the Film Office, Stefanie Coyote.

After earlier reports that the show was canceled by NBC and it would close down the series after the filming of 13 episodes, it now appears the order came for an additional three episodes.

“Yes, it is true. They have been asked to produce three additional episodes,” Coyote told The Examiner.

“Trauma” is the first major television show to be shot in The City since “Nash Bridges,” which went of the air in 2001.
 

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