How Late-Night TV Hosts Are Staying on Air While Working From Home Like the Rest of Us

“We’re all super workaholics,” says “Full Frontal” executive producer Allison Camillo

After the coronavirus pandemic brought the entertainment industry to its knees this month, there’s been at least one segment that’s found a way to keep its lights on. Even if those lights are at home.

“We’re all super workaholics. And it was very hard to think about not doing the show,” “Full Frontal” executive producer Allison Camillo told TheWrap. The Samantha Bee-led TBS series returns on Wednesday night after only missing a week, filming from the woods outside of Bee’s home in upstate New York. “This is what we love to do. We just want to put a show on the air. We’re so lucky to have this platform to speak from. We just want to be able to put our two cents in.”

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Tim Baysinger

Tim Baysinger

TV Reporter • tim.baysinger@thewrap.com • Twitter: @tim_bays