TV and Movies·Posted on Mar 12, 2020Here's How Coronavirus Is Affecting Your Favorite Television ShowsFrom shows like Survivor and Riverdale halting production to filming late-night shows without an audience, here's how coronavirus is impacting what's on your TV.by Whitney JeffersonBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Grey's Anatomy Gilles Mingasson / Getty Images In a note to the staff, the executive producers wrote that "out of an abundance of caution," they were stopping production of the show for at least two weeks. Ellen EllenTube Yesterday, Ellen tweeted the following: "I have some news. For now, I’ll be shooting my show with no studio audience. To everyone who was looking forward to coming, I'm so sorry. But I’m doing this for the health of my fans, my staff and my crew. (It has nothing to do with a warrant for my arrest in the state of Florida.)" As of today, the show was airing a "The Best of Ellen" episode. Riverdale ©CW Network/Courtesy Everett Collection After a crew member tested positive for coronavirus, the entire Riverdale production has been shut down. We don't know yet how this will impact the rest of the show's fourth season. The Wendy Williams Show Wendy Willians Productions As of March 11, Wendy had ditched her audience and replaced them with the staff from her show. While they don't quite fill the entire audience, they definitely fill the role of her "cohosts." Ask Wendy has gotten somehow juicier knowing they're basically employees asking their boss for advice. Survivor CBS Photo Archive / Getty Images While Season 40 is currently airing on CBS, production of Seasons 41 and 42 has been delayed due to the coronavirus. Season 41 was set to film in Fiji starting at the end of March. Jeff Probst sent a note to the Survivor crew where he explained "though Fiji has no reported cases and is beautifully remote, our crew numbers over 400 and are flying in from over 20 different countries, creating a need for more time to fully analyze and create our new production safety plan." Watch What Happens Live Bravo / NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via As of this Sunday, March 15, there will no longer be a live audience in the clubhouse. Here's hoping there will still be guest bartenders! The Morning Show AppleTV+ It was announced today that the AppleTV+ show starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon is going into a two-week hiatus to ensure the safety of the people working on the show. America's Got Talent Trae Patton / NBC / Getty Images The show — which includes a rebooted judges panel featuring Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara — has decided to record the show without people in the audience. I bet Howie Mandel is relieved. Jeopardy Eric Mccandless / Getty Images Both Jeopardy *and* Wheel of Fortune have reportedly said they'll stop using live audiences in their shows. Full Frontal with Samantha Bee TBS / Via youtube.com Samantha Bee gave an update in her empty audience during Wednesday's show on March 11, and then did the rest of the show with some of her staff in the audience...sitting the recommended 5-6 feet apart. The Price Is Right CBS Photo Archive / Getty Imag Production of The Price Is Right has stopped for the next two weeks. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert CBS Photo Archive / Getty Images Colbert's Late Show went without its audience last night and will go on hiatus immediately. It plans to return Monday, March 30th. The Late Late Show with James Corden CBS Photo Archive / Getty Images Starting March 16, the show will record daily but without an audience. The View ABC / Via buzzfeed.com On March 11, The View began broadcasting without an audience, but Whoopi still welcomed them as if they were there. Today, Joy Behar announced that she would take a leave of absence from the show. The Talk CBS Photo Archive / Getty Images The Talk will begin taping without a live audience on Monday, March 16. Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Mike Coppola / Getty Images On Thursday, March 16th Jimmy Fallon did his show without an audience. It has now has gone on hiatus. Late Night with Seth Meyers NBC / Getty Images Seth's show is said to go on hiatus next week. The Amazing Race CBS Photo Archive / Getty Images Production of Season 33 of The Amazing Race has been shut down, despite not having any cases of coronavirus. Given the travel-centric nature of the show, CBS is considering this a cautionary measure. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Comedy Central / The Everett Collection Also starting March 16, The Daily Show will be filmed without a live audience. One Day at a Time Mike Yarish / ©Netflix/Courtesy Everett Collection Pop TV said that while they are still filming One Day at a Time's fourth season, they will no longer perform in front of a live studio audience. Real Time With Bill Maher HBO Starting Friday, March 13th Bill Maher will do his show without a live audience. Carnival Row Amazon Studios Orlando Bloom revealed today via Instagram that production of the Amazon series had been shut down in Prague. Jimmy Kimmel Live Randy Holmes / Getty Images Jimmy Kimmel's will tape without a live audience, which began last night with Pete Buttigieg's hosting. No word if the show will still walk the streets of Los Angeles talking to people for segments, but I'm guessing...probably not. We'll keep updating this list as more updates come. For a list of movies delayed by the coronavirus, click here.