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All Tv shows and movies cancelled over coronavirus

 

The coronavirus is shutting down and delaying almost all your favorite film and television productions

– Davido has cancelled his USA tour

– Fast And Furious 9 has been delayed until 2021.

– Disney has removed Mulan, New Mutants and Antlers from its release schedule, and for later dates.

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– Production has been shut down on Lucifer and The Flash.

– Both Netflix and Disney have stopped production on all shows and movies, which includes the second season of The Witcher.

– Amazon has suspended production on its Wheel of Time series, at least in Prague. Same goes for its Lord of the Rings show in New Zealand.

– Filming on The Batman will shut down for two weeks.

– FX has shut down production on Fargo season 4 starring Chris Rock, delaying the projected April 19 premiere date.

– Saturday Night Live has suspended production indefinitely.

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– Production on the third Fantastic Beasts film has been postponed.

– Production on the Avatar sequels has halted.

– Black Widow has been delayed, as fans had been informed that it was to hit theaters on May 1.

– Episodes of two Arrowverse shows on The CW, The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, have been delayed.

– Amazon’s anticipated Lord of the Rings series has suspended production for two weeks, beginning March 16.

– On March 16, Variety also reported that Amazon Studios had decided to halt production and end the season of Love Island France, which was filming in South Africa. The season’s first episode premiered March 2.

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– As of March 13, Netflix had shut down all TV and film productions in the U.S. and Canada, including the streamer’s popular series Stranger Things, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The decision came one day after production on Grace and Frankie’s final season was put on hold, per Deadline.

– New York-based late night shows announced plans to have shows without audiences, but later suspended it informing fans production was halted. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and daytime’s The Wendy Williams Show will pause production.

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