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All the late-night shows have temporarily suspended production amid the growing coronavirus pandemic, but on Tuesday night, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon both followed Stephen Colbert’s lead and produced makeshift monologues from their respective homes.
Now, all three 11:30 p.m. broadcast hosts have returned to the airwaves—at least digitally—to entertain anxious viewers as the crisis continues to spread.
Colbert had led the charge on Monday, performing a surprise monologue from his home bathtub after The Late Show With Stephen Colbert was shut down following New York’s ban on gatherings.
His broadcast rivals returned with their own at-home monologues Tuesday.