By Sandra Gonzalez
Updated November 02, 2012 at 05:54 PM EDT

New York City’s entertainment industry is taking the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy “in stride.” That’s according to a statement issued today from New York City’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting, which also gave an update on filming permits within the city.

According to officials, permits for exterior locations will be issued on “a case-by-case basis” starting Monday. However, the office will not be allow filming in areas “severely affected by the storm.”

Meanwhile, permits for on-stage filming have been issued since Wednesday for almost a dozen TV shows filming in New York City, EW has been told.

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