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Colbert, Fallon, Meyers stop tapings in NYC

One day after choosing to tape shows without studio audiences, three major late-night talk shows have decided to suspend production of new episodes until at least March 30 due to the coronavirus risk.

Late Thursday, CBS’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” announced plans to postpone three original episodes planned for next week, leading into a week-long scheduled hiatus during the week of March 23. The show will monitor the situation, with plans to return March 30.

Earlier Thursday NBC’s “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers’ “Late Night,” said they would suspend production through their previously planned hiatus, also scheduled for the week of March 23. 

For Thursday, “The Tonight Show” taped an original episode without an audience, with guests  Dr. Oz, Mandy Moore and Dane DeHaan. “Late Night” is subbing in an encore episode Thursday night. A new “Closer Look” will be posted as a digital exclusive. 

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