Casualty is currently off-air, but filming has resumed on a special episode that will deal with all the effects the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having on the emergency services as a whole, and the individual hospital staff.
Olivia D'Lima, who plays Fenisha Khatri on the BBC One drama, shared a photo of the paramedics back at work below, or should we say the hottest hip-hop duo on the scene: The ParademiX.
"The ParamediX: No Stopping. Album dropping soon," she wrote on her Instagram. "@bbccasualtyofficial is back, baby."
The cast and crew are hard at work on the special episode, one that will be shorter than what we're used to, but will still be absolutely packed full of drama.
There were plenty of plot threads left hanging when the latest episodes stopped, with many of them being addressed in this upcoming special.
Last time we saw Fenisha, she was pregnant with Ethan Hardy's baby and keeping it a secret from everyone. But, as her pregnancy carries on and the pandemic causes her life to be much more stressful, will she be able to keep that up?
Meanwhile, multiple staff members will fall ill after contracting COVID, while the hospital will be overwhelmed with cases and the lack of resources to deal with it.
"We are thrilled to be back in production with BBC's longest-running medical show," said the BBC's Head of Continuing Drama, Kate Oates.
"The writers, Casualty teams, cast and crew are back on set with stories that reflect the extraordinary times we are living through. We can't wait for the audience to see them and to be back in the Saturday night schedule."
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