Seth Meyers returning to late-night TV with 'hybrid episodes'
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Seth Meyers is coming back to late-night TV amid the coronavirus crisis, returning to the airwaves with an interview with Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersBiden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Trump signs order removing environmental reviews for major projects | New Trump air rule will limit future pollution regulations, critics say | DNC climate group calls for larger federal investment on climate than Biden plan Google: Chinese and Iranian hackers targeting Biden, Trump campaigns MORE (I-Vt.).

NBC's "Late Night With Seth Meyers" will air what are being called "hybrid episodes" beginning Monday featuring "remote interviews," the network announced.

Monday's show will feature Sanders, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, while Meyers will chat on Tuesday with former White House hopeful Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenTwitter CEO: 'Not true' that removing Trump campaign video was illegal, as president has claimed Biden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination Warren, Pressley introduce bill to make it a crime for police officers to deny medical care to people in custody MORE (D-Mass.).


Meyers, along with other late-night TV hosts, shut down in-studio production in recent weeks as health officials advised — and some states mandated — social distancing measures during the pandemic. Several hosts returned last week, broadcasting segments and web features from their residences.

The 46-year-old "Saturday Night Live" alum had hosted one of his signature "A Closer Look" segments from the hallway of his home for one of last week's shows.

"We have no idea when we're going to be back," Meyers told viewers at the time.

Meyers isn't the only late-night personality to make a return to TV with a political guest.

ABC's Jimmy KimmelJames (Jimmy) Christian KimmelBiden to give virtual interview with Colbert on Thursday Jimmy Kimmel: 'I was wrong' to share deceptive Pence video Scarborough apologizes to Pence, Cruz after heated Twitter feud MORE announced last week that a Monday abbreviated digital edition of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" would feature an interview with former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination The Memo: Job numbers boost Trump and challenge Biden Chris Wallace: Jobs numbers show 'the political resilience of Donald Trump' MORE. Stephen ColbertStephen Tyrone ColbertBiden answers daughter's phone call, eats ice cream during interview with Colbert Biden to give virtual interview with Colbert on Thursday Jimmy Kimmel mocks Pence delivery of PPE MORE and Jimmy Fallon have also said they'll be producing content remotely for their respective shows this week.

And Andy Cohen, who tested positive for COVID-19 more than a week ago, will shoot new episodes of his Bravo show, "Watch What Happens Live," remotely from his New York City apartment starting Monday.

Cohen, the network said in a statement, "is feeling better and will remain in quarantine" while interviewing guests via video chat.