go on hiatus


: to cease being broadcast for a period of time
The series went on hiatus for several months.

Examples of go on hiatus in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Unfortunately for fans of many popular TV shows, December is when a lot of their favorite series go on hiatus, and Blue Bloods is no exception. Country Living Staff, Country Living, 17 Dec. 2022 There’s time to order your favorites — the restaurant won’t go on hiatus until Aug. 27. Elaine Rewolinski, Journal Sentinel, 15 Aug. 2022 According to Ryan Domingo, that means Da Pine Grinds will go on hiatus by November, then return to the cart — or in some other form — in 2022. Michael Russell, oregonlive, 22 Sep. 2021 Park City paid tribute to the town’s mining heritage Monday with the 125th-anniversary celebration of Miners’ Day, which had to go on hiatus in 2020 due to the pandemic. Leah Hogsten, The Salt Lake Tribune, 6 Sep. 2021 The virus also prompted movie theaters to shut down and sports leagues to go on hiatus for months, further boosting streaming services’ appeal. Drew Fitzgerald, WSJ, 30 Dec. 2020 That run of good fortune may go on hiatus this week against the Browns (3-1), who are underdogs at home despite coming off three consecutive wins in which their offense has generated an average of 39.3 points. Scott Horner, The Indianapolis Star, 9 Oct. 2020 The series will go on hiatus after Sunday, with the remaining five episodes to be filmed and broadcast later. Bill Keveney, USA TODAY, 11 June 2020 Late-night talk shows have writing staffs of their own, and SNL, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel, and the other hosts have announced that their shows will go on hiatus for the moment to see what happens with the strike. Alan Sepinwall, Rolling Stone, 3 May 2023

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“Go on hiatus.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/go%20on%20hiatus. Accessed 16 Jun. 2024.

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