Coronavirus Shuts Down TV Production: Which Shows Are Affected? (PHOTOS)

Dan Clarendon

As social distancing becomes the norm amid the global coronavirus outbreak, Hollywood has shut down production on many hit TV shows. It’s an unprecedented situation, to say the least: The industry experienced similar shutdowns during the 2007–2008 writers’ strike, but this time, the stakes are life and death.

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Between disruptions to the TV business and the film industry, Hollywood could suffer a $20 billion loss, per The Hollywood Reporter. And the shutdowns also mean fans might not see the intended season finales — or series finales — of their favorite shows.

Not all productions are directly impacted, though: Some TV shows had already finished filming their current or upcoming seasons by the time Hollywood started shutting down. Scroll through the gallery above to see how three dozen shows — including the One Chicago and NCIS franchises, The Bachelorette, Outlander, Grey's Anatomy, Law & Order: SVU, and more — are or aren’t affected by the outbreak.