List of American television series impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

This is a list of American television series whose production was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic led to the suspension of most television production from mid-March 2020 onward, in the largest disruption to U.S. television production since the 2007–08 Writers Guild of America strike.

Production suspended, postponed and/or modified

These tables include series that adopted remotely-filmed and home-based productions for one or more episodes, or resumed studio-based production with additional safety protocols, such as reduced staff, lack of studio audience, alternate locations, and/or visible social distancing.


The $100,000 PyramidABCSeason 5 postponed to May 2021 and filmed with no studio audience.
The Amazing RaceCBSSeason 33 production suspended in the middle of filming the third of 12 originally-planned legs, sending contestants home in February 2020. Filming resumed in September 2021 for a January 5, 2022 premiere.

The premiere of season 32 was pushed back from May 20, 2020, to CBS's fall lineup, with new series Game On! moved up as a replacement.

America's Funniest Home VideosABCFinal episodes of season 30 filmed with no studio audience. The special episode AFV@Home, was also remotely-produced at host Alfonso Ribeiro's home.

Season 31 premiered on October 18, 2020.

America's Got TalentNBCSeason 15 auditions filming suspended on March 14, 2020; still premiered as scheduled; resumed filming of "Judge Cuts" round in a modified, remote format in June 2020. Live rounds were broadcast from Universal Studios Hollywood with a virtual audience and a mix of in-person and remote performances. To compensate for the format changes, the live rounds also expanded to four semi-final heats rather than three as in past seasons.

Season 16 returned to hosting in-person auditions with a reduced audience (using stock footage and audio from past seasons to sweeten the footage), while live shows returned to Dolby Theatre as normal with vaccinated audience members.

American IdolABCSeason 18 live shows suspended; competition resumed in a remote format beginning April 26, 2020.

In-studio production resumed for season 19, with the live rounds conducted before a reduced studio audience.

American Ninja WarriorNBCSeason 12 production postponed. Entire season was filmed behind closed doors at The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis over four weeks in June–July 2020, rescheduled to a fall premiere.[15][16]
American Song ContestNBCSeason 1 postponed by one month to March 2022, citing concerns regarding Omicron variant (with America's Got Talent: Extreme moved up to fill its space on NBC's schedule).[17]
The BachelorABCSeason 25 began production in September 2020; filming began in October 2020 at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington, Pennsylvania.[18]
Bachelor in ParadiseABCSeason 7 postponed to August 2021.[19]
The BacheloretteABCSeason 16 pre-production suspended on March 13, 2020. Filming began in July 2020 for a fall premiere. The entire season was filmed at the La Quinta Resort & Club in La Quinta, California.[20][21][19][22][23]
BattleBotsDiscoverySeason 10 postponed to December 2020.[24]
Big BrotherCBSSeason 22 postponed to August 2020, live eviction shows conducted with no studio audience. Season 23 filmed with no studio audience.[25]
Card SharksABCSeason 2 postponed to October 2020 and filmed with no studio audience. Season 3 filmed with no studio audience.[15][26][27][28]
The ChallengeMTVSeason 36 postponed to December 2020.[29]
Dancing with the StarsABCSeason 29 live shows took place with no studio audience.[30]
Diners, Drive-Ins and DivesFood NetworkOn-location filming suspended; subsequent episodes were filmed with a remotely-produced format billed as Triple D Takeout, where restaurant chefs guide host Guy Fieri in preparing their dishes from meal kits sent to his home.[31]
Escape the NightYouTube OriginalsSeason 5 production postponed.[32]
Family FeudFirst-run syndicationProduction suspended after selected Los Angeles-based episodes were filmed with no studio audience in March 2020. Production relocated to Atlanta and resumed in August 2020; with set modifications for physical distance and no studio audience.[33][34][35][36]
Friends: The ReunionHBO MaxProduction postponed to April 2021.[37]
Guy's Grocery GamesFood NetworkFilmed remotely-produced episodes, including episodes where challenges were conducted by chefs using packages of ingredients shipped to their homes, and episodes wherein host Guy Fieri attempts to cook meals within limitations inspired by challenges from past episodes. Returned to in-studio production in mid-2021.[38]
Hollywood Game NightNBCFilmed a home-based "Social Distancing Edition" special for Red Nose Day that aired on May 12, 2020, but otherwise continued airing new episodes as normal in June 2020.[39][40]
I Can See Your VoiceFoxProduction suspended after one episode filmed, resumed with no audience in August 2020.[41]
Jeopardy!First-run syndicationSeason 36 ended early after 190 of 230 episodes, and 40 episodes from that season were cancelled.

Season 37 premiered as scheduled in September 2020, with set modifications for physical distance and no studio audience.

LegendaryHBO MaxFinale filmed with no studio audience on July 9, 2020. Season 2 premiered on May 6, 2021.[45]
Let's Make a DealCBSSeason 12 production delayed, resumed with set modifications for physical distance and a reduced studio audience. Deals are also played with remote contestants in a virtual audience.

After a primetime special on October 27 with essential workers as contestants, season 12 premiered in daytime on November 16, 2020. Production briefly suspended in January 2021 pursuant to recommendations by the LACDPH.

Love Island CBSSeason 2 postponed to August 2020, when the production moved from Fiji to The Cromwell Las Vegas. Season 3 was filmed in Hawaii.[48][49]
The Masked DancerFoxProduction postponed until October 2020.[50]
The Masked SingerFoxSeason 4 production relocated to Red Studios Hollywood, with logistical modifications.[51][52]
MasterChefFoxSeason 11 suspended filming in March 2020 after planned 10 episodes had filmed and resumed in October 2020 with health and safety protocols.[53][54]
MasterChef JuniorFoxSeason 8 premiere postponed from summer 2020 to spring 2022 of that year, delayed indefinitely in favor of I Can See Your Voice. It will premiere on March 17, 2022.[55]
The Price Is RightCBSSeason 48 ended early after 164 of 190 episodes. 26 episodes from that season were cancelled.

Season 49 production delayed, resumed with set modifications for physical distance and no studio audience. After a primetime special on October 27 with essential workers as contestants, season 49 premiered in daytime on November 16, 2020. Production was briefly suspended in January 2021 pursuant to recommendations by the LACDPH.

Season 50 restored a partial studio audience.

The Real Housewives of AtlantaBravoSeason 12 reunion postponed on March 16, 2020, and filmed remotely on April 23, 2020. Season 13 began filming in mid-July 2020. In November of the same year, production on the series was halted after a crew member tested positive for COVID-19; production resumed the following month.[58]
RuPaul's Drag RaceVH1Season 12 finale and reunion conducted in a remote format. Season 13 filmed with protocols in place.[59][60][61]
Shark TankABCProduction re-located to a quarantined "bubble" in Las Vegas.[62]
Supermarket SweepABC2020 revival filmed with no studio audience and reduced personnel.[63]
SurvivorCBSSeason 40 (Winners at War) live season finale conducted in a remote format.

Production for seasons 41 and 42 postponed to April 2021 and filmed with protocols in place for the crew, contestants, and people of Fiji.

The VoiceNBCSeason 18 production suspended; playoffs conducted in a remote format beginning May 4, 2020. In-studio production resumed for season 19 with no studio audience.[69][70]
La VozTelemundoSeason 2 production suspended in March 2020, and resumed in July 2020 with no studio audience.[71][72]
Wheel of FortuneFirst-run syndicationSeason 37 ended early with 167 of 195 episodes. 28 episodes from that season were cancelled.

Season 38 premiered as scheduled in September 2020 with set modifications for physical distance and no studio audience.

Who Wants to Be a MillionaireABC2020 primetime revival filmed with no studio audience; the "Ask the Audience" lifeline was replaced with "Ask the Host".[73][74]


American Crime StoryFXSeason 3 production suspended.[75]
American Horror StoryFXSeason 10 production postponed.[76]
AngelynePeacockProduction postponed.[77]
Animal KingdomTNTSeason 5 production suspended.[78]
AtlantaFXSeason 3 production postponed.[79]
BarryHBOSeason 3 pre-production suspended.[80]
Big ShotDisney+Production suspended.[78]
Big SkyABCProduction postponed after casting was completed, filming relocated to Vancouver and resumed on August 24, 2020.[81][82][83]
BillionsShowtimeSeason 5 production suspended, set to air a partial season.[84]
Black MondayShowtimeSeason 2 production suspended, set to air a partial season.[84]
The Bold and the BeautifulCBSProduction suspended. Production resumed June 17, 2020, and first-run episodes resumed July 20. First U.S. soap and first U.S. scripted television series to resume production and first-run episodes.[85][86]
The BridesABCProduction and casting halted, not going forward to production.[78][87]
BritanniaAmazon Prime VideoProduction suspended.[88]
Brooklyn Nine-NineNBCSeason 8 production postponed and premiere delayed until 2021.[89]
Call Me KatFoxProduction suspended.[75]
Carnival RowPrime VideoProduction suspended.[90]
ChuckySyfyProduction suspended.[91]
ClawsTNTProduction postponed.[92]
ClickbaitNetflixProduction suspended.[93]
The ConnersABCSeason 3 production resumed on August 17, 2020[94]
Days of Our LivesNBCProduction suspended. Resumed on September 1, 2020[95][96]
Doom PatrolHBO MaxSeason 2 production suspended.[78]
EuphoriaHBOSeason 2 filming was due to begin in the second quarter of 2020, but was postponed to a later date.[97]
The Falcon and the Winter SoldierDisney+Filming suspended; series premiere pushed back from August 2020 to late 2020, and again to March 19, 2021. Filming resumed in September 2020.[98][99][100]
FargoFXSeason 4 premiere postponed to September 27, 2020.[79][101]
Fear the Walking DeadAMCSeason 6 post-production postponed.[102]
For All MankindApple TV+Production suspended.[103]
The Flight AttendantHBO MaxProduction suspended.[92]
FoundationApple TV+Pre-production completed, filming postponed to a later date.[104]
General HospitalABCProduction suspended until July 22, 2020, first-run episodes resumed August 3.[105][106]
GeniusNat Geo TVProduction suspended.[8]
The Good DoctorABCSeason 4 production halted. Resumed on September 2, 2020.[107][108]
Gossip GirlHBO MaxProduction postponed.[109]
Grace and FrankieNetflixProduction suspended.[110]
The Handmaid's TaleHuluProduction suspended.[111]
High School Musical: The Musical: The SeriesDisney+Season 2 production suspended.[112]
Home Before DarkApple TV+Season 2 filming suspended. Resumed on September 14.[113][114]
Kevin Can F*** HimselfAMCProduction suspended.[78]
The Lincoln LawyerCBSPilot production suspended after pre-production was nearly completed, did not move forward at CBS. Picked up for a series order by Netflix in January 2021.[115][116]
Lisey's StoryApple TV+Production suspended.[103]
Little AmericaApple TV+Production suspended.[117]
LokiDisney+Filming suspended. Resumed in September 2020.[118]
LuciferNetflixSeason 5 finale production suspended, remaining episodes will premiere at a later date.[92]
MonarchFoxSeason 1 premiere postponed from January 2022 to 2022–23 television season[119][120]
The Morning ShowApple TV+Season 2 filming suspended.[121]
Mr. MayorNBCCasting and pre-production completed, filming postponed to a later date.[75]
Mythic Quest: Raven's BanquetApple TV+Season 2 already completed casting, production suspended.[103]
NextFoxProduction suspended after crew member diagnosed with the disease and tested positive; series premiere pushed back to Fox's 2020–21 fall lineup.[122][123]
The OrvilleHuluProduction suspended. Resumed on December 6, 2020.[124][125]
The OvalBETProduction suspended.[78]
PEN15HuluProduction suspended.[78]
PennyworthEpixProduction suspended.[92]
PoseFXProduction suspended.[126]
Power Book II: GhostStarzProduction suspended, eventually resumed for a September 2020 premiere.[127][128]
Power Book III: Raising KananStarzProduction suspended.[75]
Prank EncountersNetflixProduction suspended.[78]
Queen of the SouthUSAProduction suspended.[75]
Queen SugarOWNProduction suspended.[92]
The Righteous GemstonesHBOProduction suspended.[97]
Russian DollNetflixProduction suspended.[117]
Rutherford FallsPeacockProduction suspended.[117]
Saturday Night LiveNBCSeason 45 production suspended for three weeks; resumed with a remotely-produced episode on April 11, 2020.[129]
Saved by the BellPeacockProduction resumed in August 2020.[94]
SeeApple TV+Production suspended.[103]
ServantApple TV+Production suspended.[103]
Sesame StreetHBO MaxSeason 51 production halted. Resumed on September 28, 2020.
Sex/LifeNetflixProduction suspended.[78]
ShamelessShowtimeSeason 11 production suspended.[130]
SistasBETSeason 2 production postponed, and completed July 25, 2020; first U.S. scripted primetime series to complete production of a season under safety protocols.[78][131]
SnowfallFXProduction suspended.[79]
SnowpiercerTNTProduction suspended.[97]
Star Trek: DiscoveryParamount+Season 4 production suspended. Production resumed November 2020. Production was delayed again in April 2021 when a key person was exposed off set. Production resumed again in May 2021.[132]
Stranger ThingsNetflixSeason 4 production suspended.[133]
SuccessionHBOSeason 3 pre-production suspended.[80]
Superman & LoisThe CWCasting and pre-production completed, filming postponed and resumed on October 13, 2020.[75][83]
SupernaturalThe CWSeason 15 (its final season) production suspended with two episodes to film, and all seven remaining episodes pushed back to The CW's fall lineup. Production resumed on August 18, 2020.[134][135]
SuspicionApple TV+Production suspended.[75]
Tokyo ViceHBO MaxProduction suspended.[136]
Tyler Perry's Young DylanNickelodeonProduction suspended.[78]
Untitled The Goonies pilotFoxCasting and pre-production completed, filming postponed to a later date.[75]
Varsity BluesQuibiPremiere postponed to a later date.[75]
WalkerThe CWProduction postponed; Jared Padalecki is still committed to completing the final season of Supernatural.[137]
The Walking DeadAMCSeason 11 postponed. Season 10 suspended with 15/16 originally-planned episodes complete, and season finale postponed to late-2020 due to post-production delays. On July 24, 2020, it was announced that Season 10 would be extended with six additional episodes scheduled to premiere in early-2021, and the original season finale would premiere on October 4.[138][102][139]
WandaVisionDisney+Production suspended. Resumed in September 2020.[118]
The Wheel of TimePrime VideoProduction suspended.[140]
The WitcherNetflixProduction suspended.[141]
Y: The Last ManFX on HuluProduction suspended.[79]
YouNetflixProduction suspended.[142]
The Young and the RestlessCBSProduction suspended. Resumed on July 14, First-run episodes resumed August 10.[85][143][144]

Talk shows

ConanTBSPre-scheduled hiatus began March 16, 2020; production resumed remotely on March 30, 2020. Commenced on-location filming from the Coronet Theatre in July 2020, with limited crew and no in-studio audience or guests (first U.S. late-night talk show to film out-of-home). Used a studio audience for its final two weeks of episodes, making it the first of the Los Angeles-based late night shows to do so.[145][146][147][148][149]
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahComedy CentralPre-scheduled hiatus began March 12, 2020; production resumed remotely on March 30, 2020, billed as The Daily Social Distancing Show. Continued to air new episodes until June 17, 2021, when Noah began an extended summer hiatus.

Resumed studio-based episodes on September 13, 2021, but with the show re-located to One Astor Plaza in Times Square with no studio audience, and the preservation of stylistic elements from the remotely-produced episodes. In November 2021, the show began to perform off-air tests with a reinstated studio audience.

Dr. PhilFirst-run syndicationResumed remotely.[155]
The Drew Barrymore ShowFirst-run syndicationFirst season produced with a virtual audience, and also employing chroma key studios to allow guests to film their appearances remotely, and be digitally inserted into the show's physical set in Los Angeles.[156]
The Ellen DeGeneres ShowFirst-run syndicationSeason 17 production suspended; resumed remotely on April 6, 2020. Resumed in-studio production for season 18 in September 2020 with a virtual audience. In late-October 2020, the program began to admit 40 in-person audience members for each episode (alongside 30 remote audience members via individual screens placed among the seats).[157][158][159][160]
Full Frontal with Samantha BeeTBSSeason 5 production suspended; resumed remotely on April 1, 2020.[146][161]
Home & FamilyHallmark ChannelProduction suspended until September 2020. Suspended again from late-December until March 29, 2021, pursuant to recommendations by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH), when it adopted a new format and announced that it would conclude its run in August 2021.[162][163][164]
Jimmy Kimmel Live!ABCProduction suspended; resumed remotely on March 30, 2020. Returning to film with no audience at the Hollywood Masonic Temple on September 21, 2020, following a summer hiatus with guest hosts. Production returned to a remote format on January 4, 2021, pursuant to recommendations by the LACDPH, before returning on January 25.[165][146][166][167][168]
The Kelly Clarkson ShowFirst-run syndicationProduction suspended; new pre-recorded episodes from before mid-March 2020 resumed airing on April 6, 2020. New "Messages from Montana" segments filmed from Clarkson's Montana ranch began airing alongside episodes in late-March 2020, and aired a mix of first-run episodes not yet aired, as well as remote episodes from the ranch and Clarkson's home in Los Angeles. Resumed studio-based episodes with a virtual audience with its season 2 premiere in September 2020.[77][169][170][171]
The Late Late Show with James CordenCBSProduction suspended; resumed remotely with a March 30 primetime special (HomeFest: James Corden's Late Late Show Special), then in its regular timeslot on April 13, 2020 (with an unscheduled break on April 29 and 30 due to an eye-related medical emergency). Returned to film at Television City with no audience and a reconfigured set beginning August 10, 2020. Production returned to a remote format for part of January 2021, pursuant to recommendations by the LACDPH, before returning on January 25.[146][172][173][168]
The Late Show with Stephen ColbertCBSPre-scheduled hiatus (originally intended for the cancelled NCAA men's basketball tournament) began March 16, 2020; resumed remotely on March 30, 2020 as A Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Returned to film in an alternate studio at the Ed Sullivan Theater building on August 10, 2020 (modeled upon his personal office), before resuming full production with a studio audience on June 14, 2021.[174][146][166][173][175]
Last Week Tonight with John OliverHBOProduction suspended (program filmed at the CBS Broadcast Center, which was temporarily closed by CBS). One episode filmed from an alternate studio before resuming remotely on March 29, 2020. Returned to studio production in September 2021.[146][176][177]
Late Night with Seth MeyersNBCSeveral March episodes cancelled; resumed remotely on March 30, 2020. Returned to film at NBC Studios on September 8, 2020, with no studio audience. A live audience returned to the show on October 11, 2021.[146][166][178]
A Little Late with Lilly SinghNBCThe entirely of its 97-episode first season had already been filmed over three months in late-2019 (an arrangement designed to accommodate host Lilly Singh's other projects). On May 13, 2020, NBC renewed the series for a second season. Deadline Hollywood reported that the show's staff would wait until they receive approval by NBC and local authorities to perform in-studio filming, as they did not want to use a remote format. In December 2020, it was announced that season 2 was scheduled for a January 11, 2021 premiere, with a new filming location (a Los Angeles house), as well as a new showrunner and writing staff.[179][180][181]
Live with Kelly and RyanFirst-run syndicationResumed remotely on March 23, 2020. Returned to WABC-TV's studios in September 2020 to begin season 33, with no studio audience and a wider desk for physical distancing (although with a split-screen effect at their desks designed to simulate a closer position).[182][183]
Rachael RayFirst-run syndicationProduction suspended; resumed remotely on April 6, 2020.[184][185][159]
Real Time with Bill MaherHBOProduction suspended; resumed remotely on April 3, 2020. Returned to studio on August 28, 2020, with no studio audience. Began admitting a small studio audience and in-studio panelists for its September 11 episode, marking one of the first U.S. talk shows to reintroduce a studio audience.[146][176][186][187]
Tamron HallFirst-run syndicationProduction suspended; partially resumed on March 30, 2020.[188]
The RealFirst-run syndicationSeason 6 production suspended on March 6, 2020; the show had a previously scheduled four week spring break prior to the pandemic with prerecorded episodes filling up that time but resumed remotely on April 13, 2020, as The Real: From Home.[189]
The TalkCBSSeason 10 production suspended on March 13, 2020; resumed remotely on March 30, 2020, as The Talk: @Home. Returned into an in-studio production without an audience on season 11, with a September 14, 2020 premiere date as scheduled.[190][191]
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonNBCProduction suspended, resumed remotely on March 23, 2020. Returned to film at NBC Studios on July 13, 2020, from Studio 6-A with no studio audience (first U.S. late-night talk show to return to filming in a studio). Jimmy Fallon returned to Studio 6-B to resume tapings in front of a studio audience on March 22, 2021, and expanded to full capacity beginning June 9, 2021.[146][166][192][193]
The ViewABCInitially continued studio-based production with set modifications, but its panelists began to migrate to remote appearances.[194][195]
Watch What Happens Live with Andy CohenBravoProduction suspended on March 13, 2020, after Andy Cohen tested positive for COVID-19; resumed remotely on March 30, 2020. The show returned to its Manhattan studio starting on October 11, 2020.[146][196]
The Wendy Williams ShowFirst-run syndicationProduction suspended; new opening segments produced from home began augmenting reruns on April 13, 2020. The show returned to (an albeit empty) studio recording for its twelfth season, which premiered on September 21, 2020. Due to a COVID-19 infection and other health issues being faced by Williams, its thirteenth season premiere was delayed to October 2021, and has featured an indefinite rotation of guest hosts.[197][159][198][199]

Sports entertainment

AEW DynamiteTNTTouring arena broadcasts ended after March 11. Moved behind closed doors to Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida for the next two episodes, before filming content at a Norcross, Georgia gym (owned by AEW performers QT Marshall and Cody Runnels) in early-April. Returned to Daily's Place in May, and began to offer complimentary tickets to sponsors and staff before admitting ticketed spectators in late-August. AEW has generally filmed two weeks in two days to help wrestlers (one week live, one week taped).[200][201][202]
WWE RawUSATouring arena broadcasts of WWE's weekly programs ended after March 9, the two programs and WWE pay-per-view events moved to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando with limited personnel and no audience beginning March 13. Beginning August 21, WWE main roster programs and pay-per-views returned to an arena setting ("WWE ThunderDome", initially at Amway Center, production was moved to Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg on December 11, and later Yuengling Center in Tampa after WrestleMania 37 in April 2021), still with no in-person audience but with a virtual audience on LED ribbon displays around the ring, and a larger-scale production.[203][204][205][206][207]
WWE SmackDownFox
WWE NXTUSAInitially remained at its home studio of Full Sail University in Winter Park, but with no studio audience. In October 2020, NXT re-located to the Performance Center arena, reconfigured as the "Capitol Wrestling Center" with a mix of in-person (primarily friends and family of performers, and limited outside attendance) and virtual audiences (the latter similar in implementation to the aforementioned ThunderDome). By April 2021, WWE had begun to increase the size of the studio audience in the studio, before dropping capacity restrictions beginning with the NXT TakeOver: In Your House pay-per-view in June.[208][209][210][211]


ArcherFXXSeason 11 premiere postponed to September 16, 2020, due to "production challenges and scheduling issues".[212][213][214]
Tooning Out the NewsCBS All AccessProduction suspended and then resumed remotely, with animators using Slack and Zoom to communicate.[215][78]
Transformers: War for Cybertron TrilogyNetflixSeason 1 English voice casting and production had already been completed but the foreign voiceover recordings were delayed. Originally planned for a June 2020 release, premiere date postponed worldwide to July 30, 2020. Another delay in the series is the third and final season of the series was originally rumored to be scheduled to be released on May 30, 2021, but it was pushed back to July 2021.[216][217]
Kid CosmicDespite its original 2020 release, Rob Renzetti posted on Twitter that the series series would premiere the following year because "COVID slowed us down".[218]

Seasons ended prematurely

Unscripted and talk shows

E! NewsE!Went on indefinite hiatus in March, cancelled in August 2020 amid cutbacks across all NBCUniversal properties.[219]
In the Room
Pop of the Morning
Ink MasterParamount NetworkSeason 13 concluded without its live finale; prize money split among the finalists.[220][221]
Lights Out with David SpadeComedy CentralSuspended after 107 episodes. While suspended, the program was also cancelled by Comedy Central due to low viewership, but the network stated that it was open to selling it to another broadcaster.[150][222]
The Mel Robbins ShowFirst-run syndicationSeason 1 production ended March 13 (program filmed at the CBS Broadcast Center, which was temporarily closed by CBS); the series had already been cancelled by its distributor in January 2020 due to low ratings.[140][223]


All RiseCBSSeason 1 ended early with 20/22 originally-planned episodes complete; a pandemic-themed 21st episode was filmed as a season finale using video conferencing.[92][224]
American HousewifeABCSeason 4 ended early with 20/21 episodes complete.[126]
A.P. BioPeacockSeason 3 ended early with 8/10 episodes complete.[225]
BatwomanThe CWSeason 1 ended early with 20/22 episodes complete.[226][92]
The BlacklistNBCSeason 7 ended early with 19/22 episodes complete; the 19th episode was completed as a season finale using voice-acted computer animation to replace unfilmed scenes.[227][228]
Blue BloodsCBSSeason 10 ended early with 19/22 episodes complete.[229]
Bob Hearts AbisholaCBSSeason 1 ended early with 20/22 episodes complete.[92]
The Bold TypeFreeformSeason 4 ended early with 16/18 episodes complete.[78][227]
BullCBSSeason 4 ended early with 20/22 episodes complete.[230]
CharmedThe CWSeason 2 ended early with 19/22 episodes complete.[230][231][232]
Chicago FireNBCSeason 8 ended early with 20/23 episodes complete.[227]
Chicago MedNBCSeason 5 ended early with 20/23 episodes complete.[227]
Chicago P.D.NBCSeason 7 ended early with 20/23 episodes complete.[227]
DynastyThe CWSeason 3 ended early with 20/22 episodes complete.[230][233]
EmpireFoxSeason 6 — its final season — ended early with 18/20 episodes complete.[234]
FBICBSSeason 2 ended early with 19/22 episodes complete.[235]
The FlashThe CWSeason 6 ended early with 19/22 episodes complete.[236][92]
God Friended MeCBSSeason 2 ended early with 22 episodes complete, last completed episode reworked into a series finale after the series was additionally cancelled by CBS due to low viewership.[237][238]
The GoldbergsABCSeason 7 ended early with 23/24 episodes complete.[239]
The Good FightParamount+Season 4 ended early with 7/10 episodes complete..[227]
Good GirlsNBCSeason 3 ended early with 11/16 episodes complete.[240]
Grey's AnatomyABCSeason 16 ended early with 21/25 episodes complete.[241][242]
Last Man StandingFoxSeason 8 ended early with 21/22 episodes complete.[124][243]
Law & Order: SVUNBCSeason 21 ended early with 20/24 episodes complete.[227][244]
LegaciesThe CWSeason 2 ended early with 16/20 episodes complete.[245][246]
MacGyverCBSSeason 4 ended early with 13/20 episodes complete.[247]
MomCBSSeason 7 ended early with 20/22 episodes complete.
Mr. MayorNBCSeason 1 ended early with 9/13 episodes complete.[248]
Nancy DrewThe CWSeason 1 ended early with 18/22 episodes complete.[249][250]
NCISCBSSeason 17 ended early with 20/24 episodes complete.[230][251]
NCIS: Los AngelesCBSSeason 11 ended early with 22/24 episodes complete.[230][251]
NCIS: New OrleansCBSSeason 6 ended early with 20/24 episodes complete.[230][251]
New AmsterdamNBCSeason 2 ended early with 18/22 episodes complete, with one episode pulled due to sensitivity issues.[77]
One Day at a TimePopSeason 4 ended early with 6/13 episodes complete. An animated special, "The Politics Episode", was produced remotely and premiered on June 16. On November 24, it was announced that the series had been cancelled, but the producers were attempting to find a new network for it. On December 8, it was revealed they were unsuccessful, officially cancelling the series.[252][253][254][255]
Prodigal SonFoxSeason 1 ended early with 20/22 episodes complete.[256][227][257]
The ResidentFoxSeason 3 ended early with 20/23 episodes complete.[235]
RiverdaleThe CWSeason 4 ended early with 19/22 episodes complete.[258][259]
SchooledABCSeason 2 ended early with 21/22 episodes complete. Series cancelled by ABC in May 2020.[260]
SEAL TeamCBSSeason 3 ended early with 20/22 episodes complete.[258]
SupergirlThe CWSeason 5 ended early with 19/22 episodes complete.[261][92]
SuperstoreNBCSeason 5 ended early with 21/22 episodes complete.[227][262]
S.W.A.T.CBSSeason 3 ended early with 21/22 episodes complete.[263]
The NeighborhoodCBSSeason 2 ended early with 22/23 episodes complete.
Young SheldonCBSSeason 3 ended early with 21/22 episodes complete.[92]

New thematic programming produced in the wake of the pandemic

This includes series that are set during the pandemic, or are otherwise designed around remote/at-home production.

90 Day Fiancé: Self-QuarantinedTLCSpin-off of existing series, documenting the impact of the pandemic on franchise alumni.
Amy Schumer Learns to CookFood Network[264]
The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons – Ever!ABCSpin-off of existing series; anthology recapping past seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. Aired in place of The Bachelorette, which was delayed until Fall.[265]
Celebrity Call CenterE!Viewer conversations with celebrities.[266]
Celebrity Game FaceE!Challenges played by celebrities via videoconferencing.
Celebrity Show-OffTBSHome-filmed videos submitted by celebrities.[267]
Celebrity Watch PartyFoxAdaptation of the British series Gogglebox, where celebrities are filmed at home watching and discussing television programming.[268]
ConnectingNBCSitcom set during the pandemic, with all characters interacting via video conferences.[269]
Design at Your DoorHGTVExpert consultations and instruction with network personalities via video conferences, using materials shipped to participants' homes. The series primarily features the families of essential workers.[270][271]
Friday Night In with The MorgansAMC
Find Love LiveTLCVideo conferencing-based dating game show.
The Greatest #AtHome VideosCBS[272]
Haircut Night in AmericaCBSExpert consultations and tips on hairdressing.
Hot Mess HouseHGTVExpert consultations via video conferences.[273][274]
iHeart Living Room Concert for AmericaFoxHeld in lieu of the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards, which was later cancelled.[275]
Love in the Time of CoronaFreeformRomantic comedy miniseries set during the pandemic.
Married at First Sight: Couples' CamLifetimeSpin-off of existing series.[276]
The Masked Singer: After the MaskFoxAftershow for The Masked Singer.[277]
Restaurant: Impossible: Back in BusinessFood NetworkSpin-off of existing series; revisiting restaurants from previous episodes of the series to assist in their responses to the pandemic.[278][279]
RuPaul's Drag Race: Corona Can’t Keep a Good Queen DownVH1Behind-the-scenes special chronicling the production of RuPaul's Drag Race season 13.[61]
Shift TalkersMotor Trend[280]
Tournament of LaughsTBSHome-filmed videos submitted by celebrities[281]

Series cancelled due to factors brought upon by the pandemic

GLOWNetflixSeason 4 (its final season) production suspended in mid-March, about three weeks into filming. Cancelled in October 2020, citing budgetary and logistical issues brought upon by the pandemic (especially due to the large cast and physicality of the series, and turnaround time in comparison to the season 3 premiere).[282]
I Am Not Okay with ThisNetflixCancelled in August 2020 citing budgetary and logistical issues brought upon by the pandemic.[283]
I'm SorryTruTVProduction suspended about two weeks into filming. Cancelled in August 2020 citing the pandemic.[284]
MessiahNetflixCancelled on March 26, reportedly due to budgetary and logistical issues brought upon by the pandemic (including the number of different locations that were used for season 1 filming).[285][286]
On Becoming a God in Central FloridaShowtimeSeason 2 production halted in March 2020, series cancelled by Showtime in October 2020 citing scheduling conflicts with its cast brought upon by the pandemic.[287][288]
Strahan, Sara, and KekeABCSuspended on March 17 in favor of Pandemic: What You Need To Know, a special daytime newscast covering the onset of the pandemic. Although billed by ABC as a limited series, Strahan, Sara, and Keke never returned, and the show was later renamed GMA3: What You Need To Know to expand its scope into a general daytime newscast. Co-host Keke Palmer has stated that Strahan, Sara, and Keke had been cancelled, although ABC has not made any official statements regarding the program since.[289][290][291][292]
The SocietyNetflixSeason 2 production had been postponed. Series cancelled in August 2020 citing budgetary and logistical issues brought upon by the pandemic.[283]
StumptownABCWas renewed for a second season and provisionally listed on ABC's fall schedule, but abruptly dropped by the network in mid-September after its production missed a deadline for a fall launch. Is being shopped by ABC Signature to other outlets.[293][294]
Queen SonoNetflixWas renewed for a second season, but production had postponed. The series was later cancelled in November 2020 due to the production challenges brought on by the pandemic.[295]


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