Courtesy : Deadline
Even though we have a range of films and TV shows either being postponed but a few shows have been witnessing shortened runs owing to the coronavirus pandemic.
The spring runs of Showtime's Billions and Black Monday will be abbreviated thanks to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The two shows will air a portion of their seasons as scheduled (Black Monday is already airing) before pausing at what the premium cable outlet says is a natural break point in each of their story lines. The third season of The Chi will also move up a couple weeks to fill in for Billions when the latter finishes its spring run.
Black Monday, which debuted its second season on March 15, will wrap its current run with its sixth episode on April 12. Billions' premiere date remains set for May 3. It will air seven episodes, which will stretch into the middle of June.
Both series plan to resume production later in the year to wrap up their seasons. Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Black Monday had completed filming but wasn't finished with post-production work prior to the shutdown, while Billions still has some material to film.
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