TV Shows That Have Stopped Production Due To CoronavirusBy Alecs R
What began with a few cases in Wuhan, China, has grown to become a dreaded global pandemic. Just a few weeks into the spread of this global pandemic raging the whole world, the television industry already has enough woes: from the financial losses to the standstill affecting several TV contents.
A lot of series, broadcast, and shows have either stopped production or postponed their release due to the pandemic. The impact of COVID-19 on the television industry would be hugely felt.
We have therefore created a list of TV shows, broadcasts, cable series, and Livestreams that have been affected by the pandemic.
Let’s start with a list of halted broadcasts and the production outfit responsible for their release or show.
- All Rise Broadcast from CBS
- The American Housewife Broadcast from ABC
- America’s Got Talent aired by NBC
- The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, both by ABC
- The comical Bob Hearts Abishola from CBS
- The crime thriller, Blacklist by NBC
- Empire from Fox
- Grey’s Anatomy from NBC
- The Late Late Show with James Corden from CBS
- The Price Is Right also by CBS
- The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon by NBC
Affected Cable Shows
- Euphoria from HBO
- The Daily Show by Trevor Noah from the stables of Comedy Central
- Godmothered from Disney Channel
- Kennedy from Fox Business
- The Walking Dead from TNT
- Snowfall and Y from FX
- Snowpiercer from TNT
- Succession and The Precious Gemstones from HBO
These Live Streams Have Also Had Their Fair Share:
- Animal Kingdom from TNT
- Big Shot by Disney+
- Carnival Row by Amazon Prime
- GLOW by Netflix.
- The Handmaid’s Tale by Hulu
- Loki by Disney+
- Lucifer by Netflix.
We have missed these TV shows as much as you also have. We hope they get back soon enough.