Coronavirus Shuts Down TV: Here’s a List of Shows That Have Halted Production

The coronavirus is putting a halt to everything – with good reason, and TV is no exception. Show after show after show has announced production would be halted because of fear of exposure.

Now, we know this seems like a bummer, especially as we consider a possible quarantine ourselves. What will we do if we have to stay inside for two weeks? But we should also be thinking about our favorite actors – as well as the crew and writers behind our favorite shows.

This is a scary time for everyone, and it’s important to manage our anxieties and be kind to one another. That includes the people who routinely provide us entertaiment.

Here’s a list of the shows that have halted production as of now. This is, of course, an ever-evolving list, and we’ll try to update it as much as necessary.

The Amazing Race 
American Housewife 
American Idol 
American Ninja Warrior 
America’s Got Talent 
Atlanta 
The Bachelorette 
Batwoman 
The Blacklist 
Carnival Row 
Chicago Fire 
Chicago Med 
Chicago P.D.
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah 
Dynasty 
The Ellen DeGeneres Show 
Empire 
Euphoria 
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier 
Fargo 
FBI 
Fear the Walking Dead 
The Flash 
For All Mankind 
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee 
General Hospital
God Friended Me 
The Goldbergs
The Good Fight
 
Grace and Frankie 
Grey’s Anatomy 
The Handmaid’s Tale
Jimmy Kimmel Live
The Kelly Clarkson Show 
Last Man Standing 
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver 
The Late Late Show with James Corden 
Late Night With Seth Meyers 
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert 
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Line of Duty 
Little America 
Loki 
The Lord of the Rings 
Lucifer 
The Morning Show 
NCIS 
NCIS: Los Angeles 
NCIS: New Orleans 
The Neighborhood 
New Amsterdam 
The Orville
Peaky Blinders 
Pose 
Queen of the South
The Resident
Riverdale 
Russian Doll 
Schooled 
See 
SEAL Team 
Servant 
Sex/Life 
Snowfall 
Snowpiercer 
Stranger Things 
Supergirl 
Supernatural
Superstore 
Survivor 
The Talk 
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 
The Walking Dead
WandaVision 
The Witcher 
Young Sheldon 

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