Bee's Full Frontal last night became the first late-night show to go without a studio audience in wake of the coronavirus. The other New York-based late-night shows are scheduled to start airing audience-free next week. The Late Show will tape in front of a studio audience tonight and Friday night. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen are scheduled to go audience-free starting on Sunday. Meanwhile, Los Angeles-based late-night shows like Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Late Late Show with James Corden, A Little Late with Lilly Singh and Conan have not announced that they're going without a live studio audience. And Pete Buttigieg is still scheduled to fill in for Kimmel tonight before a studio audience.
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