‘The Tamron Hall Show’ Halts Production Over Coronavirus Concerns

The Tamron Hall Show (Credit: Walt Disney Television)

The Tamron Hall Show is the latest daytime program to halt production amid concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.

“The Tamron Hall show has determined it is in the best interest of the staff and crew to suspend production on the show beginning Monday, March 16,” producer Walt Disney Television said in a statement Friday to Deadline. “We will continue to monitor the situation and hope to be back on the air with new shows as soon as possible.”

The series launched last fall, and was renewed for a second season in December 2019. Hall executive produces along with The View veteran Bill Geddie. Talia Parkinson-Jones serves as co-executive producer.

Related Story: ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ Shuts Down Production Indefinitely

Tamron Hall joins other syndicated talk shows, including The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Kelly Clarkson Show, and The Wendy Williams Show that have decided to suspend production.

Host Wendy Williams broke the news to fans in a statement on March 12.

“Considering the current escalation of the coronavirus, production on The Wendy Williams Show will be put on hold, indefinitely,” she said. “In place of live shows, we will air repeats and we will continue to monitor the situation with the CDC and city officials to determine the best time to return and produce live shows again. I love you for watching!”