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Several TV shows have shut down production as concerns over the coronavirus continue to grow. Filming on a number of high-profile shows has halted including Euphoria, Stranger Things, and Atlanta, TV Line reports.

Earlier this week, CBS, Paramount Television Studios and Showtime shared a joint statement announcing the postponement of 35 shows in total, including The Late Late Show with James Corden, The Goldbergs, and Grey's Anatomy.

“Over the past few days, we began making decisions to temporarily postpone production on some of our pilots and current series,' the statement reads. "At this time, we are evaluating situations on a case-by-case basis, informed by the best information from health experts and government officials. Some productions may continue as long as they do not involve live audiences and/or environments that are considered at risk. The safety and welfare of our production team is our top priority.”

HBO, FX and Netflix are taking similar measures which will affect the shows Euphoria, Atlanta, Fargo, Stranger Things, and Russian Doll, amongst others.

Per TV Line , many of the aforementioned series are not expected to resume production this season.

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