‘GMA3: Strahan, Sara and Keke’ goes sans studio audience

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Like its morning sister show, “GMA3: Strahan, Sara and Keke” also did without a studio audience March 11, 2020 over coronavirus worries.

“GMA3” typically uses the second floor of the “Good Morning America” studio in Times Square and it remained there, but without the public studio audience.

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Instead, the space normally occupied by the audience was filled with crew members and staffers, though they didn’t take up nearly the amount of space the audience typically does.

Meanwhile, the second hour of “GMA,” which typically uses the second floor, remained on the first floor Wednesday.