It looks like for the month of June until after Fyter Fest in July. All Elite Wrestling will stick with the one week live, one week taped TV schedule.
Dave Meltzer talked about the AEW summer schedule in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The idea behind doing this type of TV schedule is due to COVID-19 concerns. It allows the staff and talent to go into quarantine for two weeks between each set of tapings.
The June 17th episode of AEW Dynamite will be taped on Thursday, June 11th. AEW returns with a live TV show on June 24th for the go-home show for Fyter Fest.
The July 1st episode will be live. The July 8th show will be taped on July 2nd. AEW will return to another live episode of Dynamite on July 15th. At that point, it is up in the air.
No word on if fans will be in attendance for any of these shows. The state of Florida has relaxed restrictions dealing with live events.
Currently, for the summer all shows are taking place from Jacksonville, Florida at Daily’s Place.