Vanna White, who has been turning letters on the Wheel of Fortune for 30 years, in action in Las Vegas, NV.

Source: The Washington Post / Getty

Coronavirus  is wreaking havoc on the world and folks are not playing. Corporations are allowing employees to work from home (like Twitter), Atlanta schools closed due to possible infections among others. Recently we heard the NBA was thinking about playing games without fans and now we’re hearing something similar for your favorite TV shows. According to reports Wheel of Fortune is a show that’s taking Coronavirus precautions. Peep the story below:

View this post on Instagram

TSR STAFF: Jade Ashley @Jade_Ashley94 _____________________________________ As more cases of the coronavirus continue to come about, there have been many concerns that have led to the cancellation of many scheduled shows. As we previously reported, Coachella is set to be postponed due to the virus. _____________________________________ Now two of Hollywood’s biggest game shows will be making some adjustments due to the spread of the coronavirus. According to @apnews, a person close to both shows has revealed that #Jeopardy and #WheelOfFortune will tape without audiences in response to the virus outbreak. _____________________________________ Both shows, which film in Culver City, California and film months in advance. Therefore, it won’t be noticeable right away that the audience will be—read more at TheShadeRoom.com

A post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on

Coachella is being postponed and music festival SXSW is cancelled. What next?

Who Do You Think Is The Best TV Dad? (PHOTO GALLERY)
9 photos

RELATED STORIES:

DA BABY INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT

KANYE WEST TRIES TO END BEEF WITH DRAKE AND JAY Z

DIDDY CHANGED HIS NAME…AGAIN!!

DJ Angel Baby CHECK OUT DJ ANGELBABY ON INSTAGRAM @DJANGELBABY TWITTER: @DJ_ANGELBABY