Given the uncertainty about this season and the hiatus, what does it feel like having produced these episodes in a vacuum?
Sterling & Ross have counter-sued, and so for the time being, Staar is, indeed, on hiatus.
A two-year hiatus followed, with Black still doing occasional solo shows online but remaining hesitant about studio work.
This summer seems an especially propitious time for a hiatus.
Following a 12-year hiatus, Kermit makes his return to the big screen, with some help from Jason Segel and Amy Adams.
hiatus of this kind has always been perfectly admissible in English verse.
Of course the reason for the hiatus in the books was plain enough.
The moral and educational effect of such a hiatus was not to be underestimated.
No copies were retained, so there is a hiatus in the record.
The hiatus, which after all had only occupied six days, was invisible.
1560s, "break or opening in a material object," from Latin hiatus "opening, aperture, rupture, gap," from past participle stem of hiare "to gape, stand open" (see yawn (v.)). Sense of "gap or interruption in events, etc." is first recorded 1610s.
hiatus hi·a·tus (hī-ā'təs)
n. pl. hiatus or hi·a·tus·es
An aperture or fissure in an organ or a body part.