The TV Shows Coronavirus Has Interrupted
As we all do our part at the Jersey Shore to slow the coronavirus, we are all spending more time at home, and that most likely means more TV.
The coronavirus is impacting us all in many different ways, including TV production. So we wanted to give you an idea of which shows are being affected and what you can expect. Here's a guide of TV shows impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, according to TV Line...
American Idol...has suspended production
Batwoman...19 of 22 episodes already produced...shortened season likely.
The Blacklist...only 8 of 22 episodes were completed...shortened season likely.
Bull...nearly completed season before production shutdown...slightly shortened season.
Charmed..20 of 22 episodes completed. No decision on remaining episodes yet.
Chicago Fire...nearly completed season...slightly shortened season.
Chicago Med...nearly completed season...slightly shortened season.
Chicago PD......nearly completed season...slightly shortened season.
Empire...only 8 of 22 episodes were completed. Last two final season episodes fate is TBD.
FBI...almost completed season...slightly shortened.
Friends Reunion Special...has suspended production. May air date has been delayed.
Grey's Anatomy...21 of 25 episodes completed, the rest TBD.
Law & Order SVU...completed 20 of 24 episodes...episode 20 will be season finale.
Riverdale...20 of 22 episodes completed...marginally shortened season.
The Voice..Taped shows are all done but the live shows, set to start the first week of May are TBD.
Many other shows not listed here fell one or two shows short of completion. You can see the whole list at TV Line.
Modern Family, Masked Singer, This Is Us and Survivor are among the shows not impacted.
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