List of TV shows that have suspended production

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  1. phrelin

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    Pandemics do have impacts beyond making people sick.

    Per Deadline Hollywood many shows have suspended production or delayed beginning season production because of the Coronavirus. As one example, this week the cast and crew of ABC's Grey's Anatomy finished production on Episode 21 of the 25-episode of the current season and went home for at least two weeks. In another case the next season of Netflix’s Grace and Frankie has been put on pause with no return date set at this time.

    The producers of Grey's Anatomy noted: “This decision was made to ensure the health and safety of the whole cast and crew and the safety of our loved ones outside of work, and it was made in accordance with [Los Angeles] Mayor Garcetti’s suggestion that we not gather in groups of more than 50."

    Here is a list of shows impacted (updated 3/27/2020).

    BROADCAST
    All Rise (CBS)
    The Amazing Race (CBS)
    American Housewife (ABC)
    America’s Got Talent (NBC)
    American Ninja Warrior (NBC)
    The Bachelor (ABC)
    The Bachelorette (ABC)
    Batwoman (The CW)
    The Blacklist (NBC)
    Bob Hearts Abishola (CBS)
    The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)
    The Brides (ABC)
    Bull (CBS)
    Card Sharks (ABC)
    Charmed (the CW)
    Chicago Fire (NBC)
    Chicago P.D. (NBC)
    Chicago Med (NBC)
    Claws (TNT)
    Dynasty (The CW)
    Empire (Fox)
    FBI (CBS)
    FBI: Most Wanted (CBS)
    The Flash (The CW)
    General Hospital (ABC)
    God Friended Me (CBS)
    The Goldbergs (ABC)
    Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
    Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC)
    Last Man Standing (Fox)
    Law & Order: SVU (NBC)
    The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS)
    Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC)
    The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS)
    Legacies (The CW)
    Nancy Drew (the CW)
    NCIS (CBS)
    NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)
    NCIS: New Orleans (CBS)
    The Neighborhood (CBS)
    New Amsterdam (NBC)
    neXt (Fox)
    The Price Is Right (CBS)
    The Resident (Fox)
    Riverdale (The CW)
    Saturday Night Live (NBC)
    Schooled (ABC)
    SEAL Team (CBS)
    Supergirl (The CW)
    Supernatural (The CW)
    Superstore (NBC)
    Survivor (CBS)
    S.W.A.T. (CBS)
    The Talk (CBS)
    The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC)
    The Young and the Restless (CBS)
    Young Sheldon (CBS)

    CABLE
    Atlanta (FX)
    Impeachment: American Crime Story (FX)
    The Bold Type (Freeform)
    The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (Comedy Central)
    Euphoria (HBO)
    Fargo (FX)
    Fear the Walking Dead (AMC)
    Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (TBS)
    Genius: Aretha (National Geographic Channel)
    Godmothered (Disney Channel)
    Home & Family (Hallmark Channel)
    Kennedy (Fox Business)
    Kevin Can F**k Himself (AMC)
    Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (HBO; last show 3/15)
    Lights Out with David Spade (Comedy Central)
    The Oval (BET)
    Pennyworth (Epix)
    Pose (FX)
    Queen of the South (USA)
    Queen Sugar (OWN)
    Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO; last show 3/13)
    The Righteous Gemstones (HBO)
    Snowfall (FX)
    Snowpiercer (TNT)
    Trish Regan Primetime (Fox Business)
    The Walking Dead (TNT, delayed)
    Watch What Happens Live (Bravo)
    Y (FX)
    Young Dylan (Nickelodeon)


    STREAMING
    Angelyne (Peacock)
    Animal Kingdom (TNT)
    Big Shot (Disney+)
    Carnival Row (Amazon Prime)
    Doom Patrol (HBO Max)
    The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Disney+)
    The Flight Attendant (HBO Max)
    For All Mankind (Apple TV+)
    Foundation (Apple TV+)
    GLOW (Netflix)
    Grace and Frankie (Netflix)
    The Handmaid’s tale (Hulu)
    The Good Fight (CBS All Access)
    Lisey’s Story (Apple TV+)
    Little America (Apple TV+)
    Loki (Disney+)
    Lucifer (Netflix)
    Mankind (Apple TV+)
    The Morning Show (Apple TV+)
    Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet (Apple TV+)
    The Orville (Hulu)
    Pen15 (Hulu)
    Prank Encounters (Netflix)
    Russian Doll (Netflix)
    Rutherford Falls (Peacock)
    See (Apple TV+)
    Servant (Apple TV+)
    Sex/Life (Netflix)
    Simply Halston (Netflix)
    Sistas (BET)
    Stranger Things (Netflix)
    Tokyo Vice (HBO Max)
    Tooning Out the News (CBS All Access)
    Untitled Julia Child Project (HBO Max)
    Varsity Blues (Quibi)
    WandaVision (Disney+)
    The Wheel of Time (Amazon)
    The Witcher (Netflix)

    SYNDICATION
    The Dr. Oz Show
    Dr. Phil
    The Ellen DeGeneres Show
    Family Feud
    The Kelly Clarkson Show
    The Mel Robbins Show
    Tamron Hall
    The Wendy Williams Show

    INTERNATIONAL

    Around the World in 80 Days (BBC’s CBBC, UK; Seven, Australia; TVNZ, New Zealand)
    Baptiste (BBC One, UK)
    Britannia (Sky, UK)
    Casualty (BBC News, UK)
    Celebrity Race Across The World (BBC Two, UK)
    Doctors (BBC News, UK)
    EastEnders (BBC, UK)
    The Great British Bake Off (Channel 4, Netflix, UK)
    Holby City (BBC News, UK)
    Line of Duty (BBC, UK)
    Love Island France (Amazon, France)
    Neighbours (Network 10, Australia)
    Peaky Blinders (BBC, UK)
     
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  2. lparsons21

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    That's a hell of a list! If all those new episodes of shows are not going to be produced then I wonder how long before the live streamng services feel the pinch?

    Add in that lots of sports just aren't goiing to be there and it looks like watching on Netflix and Hulu is in order, as well as the slew of free ad-supported streamers.

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    At last -Some really Good News
     
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    Att should try and launch Max now... and so should NBC with the peacock platform.
     
  5. phrelin

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    The list has been updated.

    Sometime very soon would seem like a smart move.
     
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    One specific impact: it was announced that Season 4 of "Fargo" will not premiere on April 19 as originally scheduled -- the new date is TBA.
     
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  8. SamC

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    IMHO,

    As to traditional series on linear TV, they seem likely to be 2 to 4 episodes short of finishing the year anyway. While some build towards a “cliffhanger” they are just going to have to call it a year. There really is no desire on the part of the linear networks to come back with a handful of new episodes in the summer, when ratings are lowest. Particularly considering the coming sports glut. So rerun season starts a little early. Which has happened before due to strikes, etc. As to “cable” linear channels, a slightly different rubric applies, but they usually have the whole season in the can before they show any of it, and some things are just not going to show up until they do.

    As to streamers, well, it is a little different. Things would have to go quite a ways before they run out of material. But particular shows are just not going to show up until they do.
     
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    For streamers it depends on which kind you’re talking about. The live streamers like Hulu+Live, YTTV and others are in exactly the same boat the cable/sat/broadcast are. Basically anything actually live is gone or nearly so, and for others, if the episode isn’t in the can it won’t show up anytime soon, if ever.

    For things like the paid VOD services; Hulu, Netflix and others, and the free ad-supported ones like Pluto, there is nearly a never ending volume of shows to watch.

    For me, the live streamer I’m subscribed to now will probably see me cancel as things wind down. I mean why pay for something that is no sports and just reruns for $50 when I can do the same things for a hell of a lot less?
     
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    Yeah. As of right now, if you pay for sports, either by having traditional linear TV (including things like YouTube TV or Hulu +) and/or things like ESPN+ or NBC Gold, you are literally paying for nothing. Be that the monthly OTT subscription, or the 20 to 30% of your bill, including the “regional sport fee” that is sports.
     
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    Once you do that you might never go back to linear TV...I think a lot of folks will do that once they get used to not being burdened by a Guide.

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  12. James Long

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    Old habits die hard. Once sports start up again people will want live streams. Unless the content providers use this opportunity to completely change they way they deliver TV when the programs resume the current delivery will resume.

    An on topic question for this thread - has any show been cancelled early yet? It seems that the shows are in a production hold - one that should be lifted in two to six weeks.
     
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    Haven’t heard of one currently showing that is cancelled yet. But Fargo has been delayed for this upcoming summer season, as has other shows.

    Of course, late night is pretty dead...
     
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    It's been dead to me for several years already, since the content has gotten so smugly political.
     
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    I been in late haven.
     
  16. Rich

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    Yeah, without The Late Show I have nothing recording and no interest in what's left.

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  17. James Long

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    I have changed my The Late Show timer to record the reruns. Stephen has been doing a new monologue from home each day before rerunning studio guests.
     
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  19. inkahauts

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    At this point it might be easier to list which ones haven’t been paused. Which is actually just about zero at this point from what I have read.
     
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    I did that last night, had no idea he was doing the monologues. Figured reruns were better than nothing. Thanks for the tip.

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