Last week, it emerged that All Elite Wrestling will resume live tapings on May 6 and produce a combination of live and taped content going forward. The young promotion is able to return to Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida after Governor DeSantis added "professional sports and media production" to the list of essential services in The Sunshine State.
Dave Meltzer has provided an update on AEW's taping schedule in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The May 6 episode of Dynamite will be broadcast live, while the May 13 episode will be taped, likely on May 7. The May 20 and May 27 editions of Dynamite will also be live, as will the Double Or Nothing pay-per-view on May 23.
AEW will have approximately 60 percent of its roster available for the upcoming tapings. Many wrestlers in the United States are expected to be available for the shows, with stars from heavily hit areas like New York having already gone into quarantine for 14 days. International wrestlers like PAC, The Lucha Brothers, and Bea Priestley will not be able to make the tapings.