“The Late Late Show” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Reverts to Remote Filming

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With the growing number of COVID-19 cases on the west coast, James Corden will be going back to his garage and Jimmy Kimmel will be staying at home.

This is how bad the pandemic is hitting the US which makes every spritz of alcohol and every face mask much more valuable.

The two LA-based CBS shows “The Late Late Show” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” are set to film remotely from today until further notice.

This decision came after the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health encouraged the show business industry to consider putting production to a halt for a few weeks while coronavirus cases are continuing to rise.

L.A. County just hit the 800,000 mark with a chilling note that a person getting infected every six seconds.

“The Late Late Show” will be moving from their Television City studio to James Corden’s garage while “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” will be moving from El Capitan Theater to Kimmel’s house.

According to sources, Kimmel will be featuring Gwyneth Paltrow, Machine Gun Kelly and The Bachelor star, Matt James on to his remote show. So far, the show has announced that this arrangement will continue on for the next two weeks but may or may not continue on.

As for Corden, there is no news as to how long he will be shooting his garage.

New York-based late-night shows like “The Tonight Show,” “The Late Show,” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers” are set to return to their sets with health protocols in place.