We’re nowhere near getting back to normal as a society while the COVID-19 outbreak continues throughout the country. Many people are living in isolation under “stay-at-home” orders from their state and county governments, businesses (especially restaurants) have shuttered or are operating under significant restrictions, and sports have shut down under social distancing guidelines prohibiting large gatherings.
Those same quarantining and social distancing considerations apply to TV production as well. Virtually every studio show on television now has hosts and guests contribute remotely due to coronavirus concerns. That includes ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption, which was suspended when the network closed production from its Washington, D. C.
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