The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night With Seth Meyers have suspended production, "making them the biggest daily American television series to go dark because of concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic," according to The New York Times. Both shows were already scheduled to take the week after next (the week of March 23) off. So the earliest The Tonight Show and Late Night could come back is Monday, March 30. NBC's other New York-based late-night show, Saturday Night Live, is on a break until the March 28 episode scheduled to be hosted by John Krasinski. "The news was a reversal from Wednesday, when all the late-night shows that are based in New York — not only NBC’s pair but also Stephen Colbert’s show on CBS and Trevor Noah’s on Comedy Central — said they would broadcast without studio audiences starting next week," reports The Times' John Koblin. "NBC’s decision could raise pressure on other talk shows to follow suit. With more and more Americans being directed to stay home, television, particularly daily talk shows, could become a key source of entertainment and comfort during the pandemic. On the other hand, producers and executives need to balance that imperative with the well-being of their staffs." Fallon taped a new episode Thursday without a live audience, while Meyers' Late Night has scheduled a rerun for tonight.