Thought this would be a good place to share info on television programming that's been understandably up-ended by current events. Not that it's the most crucial thing to focus on at this time, but with more people in their homes and needing the distraction, a little forewarning might be appreciated. Lots of shows have long-running story arcs nowadays that made perfect sense when production started, but while some of it has been salvageable, some will not be. Some seasons have already been shot, finished and in the can. Others have more pressing concerns... A good example is NBC's New Amsterdam, which pulled its' season finale next week, because the storyline had to do with a viral outbreak, set in a NYC hospital. It was able to come to a satisfying conclusion for the season in Episode 17. This left the show's mid-season replacement, Council Of Dads starting a week early, I guess. Over on the CW, Supergirl is ending their season early, not as much due to health concerns (which there are, of course), but because their titular lead character is pregnant, and was slated to direct her first episode before work was halted. Naturally there are lots of live shows, talk shows, reality and documentary programming that can stop on a dime without leaving the audience particularly disoriented, but I'm more interested in giving viewers a heads-up about shows whose storylines are going to suffer. So, any knowledge you want to offer about these sorts of shows would be most beneficial.