Many popular television shows, including late-night comedy programs, announced this week they will record without any live studio audience due to increased fears over the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.NBC’s “Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon, “Late Night” with Seth Meyers, CBS’ “Late Show” with Stephen Colbert and Comedy Central’s “Daily Show” with Trevor Noah are just some of the shows that will carry on without their fans in attendance, starting March 16, as The Hollywood Reporter noted.TBS’ “Full Frontal” with Samantha Bee, HBO’s “Last Week Tonight” with John Oliver and Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen also reportedly are preparing for the new reality.CORONAVIRUS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW”The safety of our guests and employees is our top priority,” NBC executives said in a statement. “As a precautionary measure, starting Monday, March 16, we have decided to suspend live audiences for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night With Seth Meyers. Per guidance from New York City officials, the company is hoping to do its part to help to decrease the rate of transmission in our communities. Our shows will continue filming on their regular schedule, and currently, there will be no impact on air dates.”CBS also issued a statement about the change, saying

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