‘Watch What Happens Live’ Expands To 6 Nights A Week Temporarily Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Watch What Happens Live is expanding to six nights a week temporarily amid the coronavirus pandemic, Andy Cohen confirmed today.
According to a tweet from PEOPLE reporter Dave Quinn, the Bravo host made the announcement just this morning on his Sirius XM radio show.
Typically, Watch What Happens Live airs 5 nights a week, Monday through Thursday.
After originally suspending production on the show due to the coronavirus pandemic, Bravo announced that WWHL would be returning but instead of the Club House, it would be taped from Andy’s New York City apartment.
Then, fans were shocked when the Bravo host announced that he had tested positive for the coronavirus, immediately putting on hold any plans the network had to resume production on WWHL.
After a two-week-long hiatus, Andy has recovered and started taping new episodes of the show, now titled Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen @ Home, last week.