Programming changes highlights
 (updated 3/25)

Here are some of the more impactful changes you can expect on your favorite channels.


NBC

  • Saturday Night Live (SNL) — on hiatus until further notice

NBC News

  • TODAY show — hourly programming updated regularly; all plaza experiences are currently on hold

E!

  • E! News — E! News, Pop of the Morning, Daily Pop & Nightly Pop are on hiatus; E! programming will run in their place
  • The Soup — on hiatus until further notice; E! programming will run in its place
  • The Met Gala — postponed indefinitely; click here for more details

Telemundo

  • Un Nuevo Día — morning show extended to four hours (7 a.m.—11 a.m. EST)
  • Al Rojo Vivo — NEW Coronavirus Special Edition (3–4 p.m.)
  • Coronavirus: Un Pais en Alerta — NEW national broadcast on weekdays, beginning March 17 at 11:35 p.m. EST
  • Premier League — matches postponed until April 30; past matches will air instead

CNBC

  • Markets in Turmoil — airs weeknights from 7–8 p.m. (disrupts original lineup)

NBC Sports

  • PGA TOUR Events — canceled; re-airs of events from prior years instead
  • Premier League — matches postponed until April 30; replaced with re-airs of the “Match of The Week”
  • Kentucky Derby — postponed until September 5
  • French Open — postponed to September 20–October 4

USA

  • WWE Monday Night RAW — three hours LIVE without an audience from performance studio in Orlando


Full list of programming changes, plus updates  (updated 3/25)

Here’s what to expect from your favorite TV channels over the new few months. As circumstances continue to change, your TV guide may not accurately reflect the most recent channel updates.


NBC

  • Saturday Night Live (SNL) — on hiatus until further notice
  • Billboard Music Awards — award show postponed and rescheduled
  • The Beverly Hills Dog Show — the show airing on April 5 was recorded in 2019 show. The 2020 show will be added to the schedule sometime in the future.

NBC News

  • TODAY show — hourly programming updated regularly; all plaza experiences are currently on hold

Bravo

  • Watch What Happens Live — Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen: @ Home will be airing from Andy’s NYC apartment Thursday, March 26 at 11 EST and Sunday, March 29 at 10 EST

E!

  • E! News — E! News, Pop of the Morning, Daily Pop & Nightly Pop are on hiatus; E! programming will run in their place
  • The Soup — on hiatus until further notice; E! programming will run in its place
  • The Met Gala — postponed indefinitely; click here for more details
  • Live from E! @ Billboard Music Awards — postponed; TBD

Telemundo

  • Un Nuevo Día — morning show extended to four hours (7 a.m.—11 a.m. EST)
  • Noticias Telemundo Mediodia — extended by 30 minutes (12:30 p.m.—1:30 p.m. EST)
  • Al Rojo Vivo — NEW Coronavirus Special Edition (3–4 p.m.)
  • Coronavirus: Un Pais en Alerta — NEW national broadcast on weekdays at 11:35 p.m. EST
  • 2020 Billboard Latin Music Awards — award show postponed and to be rescheduled for a later date
  • Premier League — matches postponed until April 30; past matches will air instead

CNBC

  • Markets in Turmoil — airs weeknights from 7–8 p.m. (disrupts original lineup)

NBC Sports

  • Hockey Week in America — starting Monday, March 23, through Thursday, March 26, NBCSN will present 12 hours of hockey programming from 3 p.m.–3 a.m. EST on NBCSN, NBCSPorts.com and NBC Sports app. This includes 70+ Hours of Stanley Cup Clinchers, Game 7 Overtime Thrillers, Iconic Outdoor Games, Top Olympic Moments, and Crosby vs. Ovechkin
  • Trackside Live —NBCSN will simulcast Trackside Live Friday, March 27 through Sunday, March 29 from 4–8 p.m. ESTon all three days, including the Florida Derby on NBCSN on Saturday, March 28 at 6 p.m. ET if horse races continue to be held.
  • PGA TOUR Events — canceled; re-airs of events from prior years instead
  • NHL — matches postponed; re-airs of Stanley Cup Games and Olympic Hockey Games air instead
  • Premier League — matches postponed until April 30; replaced with re-airs of the “Match of The Week”
  • Kentucky Derby — postponed until September 5
  • French Open — postponed to September 20–October 4

USA

  • WWE Monday Night RAW — aired LIVE without an audience from performance studio in Orlando
  • Wrestlemania — TBD

Syndicated

  • Kelly Clarkson Show — production suspended until Mar 30
  • Access Hollywood — production suspended until Mar 30
  • Maury Povich & Steve Wilkos — on hiatus; TBD
  • Judge Jerry — on hiatus through March 30