‘The View,’ ‘GMA,’ And ‘Live With Kelly And Ryan’ All Taping Without Audiences

The View, Good Morning America and Live With Kelly, and Ryan are the latest talk shows that will tape without audiences due to the coronavirus. Per Page Six, ABC made the news official, saying, "Given the current developing situation in New York City, we have made the decision to suspend live audiences from attending our news broadcasts and talk shows." Page Six explains that the network has banned hosts like Robin Roberts and Michael Strahan from taking selfies with the crowd. They also reveal that the studios are stocked with hand-sanitizer stations and precautionary signs. Other shows that have recently decided to tape with audiences include The Wendy Williams Show, The Tamron Hall Show, Dr. Phil, Jeopardy, and Wheel of Fortune.  LIST: Concert Tours and Other Events Postponed Due to Coronavirus [gallery ids="1766,1767,1778,1765,1780,1779,1768,1776,1777,1769,1771,1774,1775,1773,1770,1772,"]