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With television and movie production at a standstill amid the global coronavirus outbreak, networks are adjusting their schedules in accordance. Already, several shows have had to end their seasons early, including Grey’s Anatomy, Law & Order: SVU, The Blacklist, and Empire, which will now end its six-season run before filming the intended series finale. Other shows — such as Legacies, Riverdale, and Supernatural, which was originally slated to air its series finale in May — have gone on indefinite hiatus until it becomes safe to resume filming to finish out the current seasons.
Upcoming new and returning shows are also being shuffled around, as some premiere dates have been pushed up to fill new gaps in network’s schedules while other premiere dates have been postponed or even canceled entirely.
TV Guide will continue compiling the latest information on which TV series premiere dates are being impacted below. And check out all the ways TV, movies, sports, and events are being affected by coronavirus.
The Bachelor Summer Games: canceled (originally scheduled for May 30)
The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 1: TBA (originally scheduled for April 12)
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Tooning Out the News: April 7 (originally scheduled for March 16)
The Last Dance: April 19 (originally scheduled for June)
Fargo Season 4: TBA (originally scheduled for April 19)
Genius: Aretha: TBA (originally scheduled for May 25)
Snowpiercer Season 1: May 17 (originally scheduled for May 31)