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Details of All The Live Concerts, TV Shows and Movie Releases and Productions Affected By Corona Virus.

Details of All The Live Concerts, TV Shows and Movies Releases and Productions Affected By Corona Virus.

Today we’ll be listing out Concerts, Movies, and Shows Affected By Coronavirus. The Entertainment Industry is on the verge of slowing down and is on a pause as the world battles Corona Virus. There have been more than 4 million confirmed cases of Corona in the United States. The confirmed cases have risen to over 1 million in the past three months. To create awareness and to maintain social distancing most of the concerts TV Shows and Movie Release Dates has been postponed and has been rescheduled to release after the COVID-19 Pandemic ends. In this article, we will discuss in detail about all the updates we have so far on the TV Shows, Live Concerts, and Movies that are being postponed due to COVID-19 Pandemic. Here is all you need to know.

Concerts that have been postponed due to COVID-19 Pandemic:

Live Shows and Tours Affected By COVID-19 Crisis
Live Shows and Tours Affected By COVID-19 Crisis
  1. Hollywood Bowl: The Summer Season at Hollywood Bowl 2020 was canceled due to the Nationwide outbreak of COVID-19, which happened the first time in the last 98 years. 
  2. Live Nation Entertainment and AEG Presents Tours
  3. Bob Dylan: Bob Dylan canceled all his all summer tour across the US because of Public Safety.
  4. Slipknot: The Slipknot Band also Postponed all their summer your due to COVID-19 Crisis. 
  5. New Order and Pet Shop Boys: New Order and Pet Shop Boys Postponed all their summer your due to COVID-19 Crisis. 
  6. Guns N’ Roses: The Band postponed their tour in UK and Europian Tour from May 11 to May 29 to June 27 due to COVID-19 Pandemic
  7. Alanis Morissette: Alanis Morissette also postponed her tour to 2021 due to public safety. 
  8. BTS: BTS Officially postponed their entire world tour on April 28th due to the global Corona Virus Pandemic. The Rescheduled dates will be informed later. 
  9. Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer: The Trio band canceled their tour and looking to reschedule it sometime in 2021.
  10. Dead & Company: The summer tour was canceled on April 21. 
  11. Bon Jovi: The Legendary band canceled their entire summer tour due to public safety.
  12. Taylor Swift: Taylor Swift has canceled her entire 2020 Lover Tour performances due to COVID-19 Crisis and looking to reschedule it July 
  13. Shania Twain
  14. Justin Bieber: Justin Bieber canceled all his 2020 Tour, which was set to happen from May 14th and is looking to reschedule it. 
  15. Queen and Adam Lambert: The Joint U.K and Europian Tour of The legendary Queen band along with Adam Lambert were canceled and has been rescheduled from May 2021.  
  16. Harry Styles: Harry Styles Europian Tour was canceled, which was set to happen from March 25th. 
  17. Camila Cabello: Camila Cabello canceled all her upcoming tours and is looking to reschedule them.  
  18. The Rolling Stones: Rolling Stones postponed all their upcoming Concerts, which was set to be commenced from May 9 on March 17th. 
  19. World Tour Bushfire Relief: The World Tour Bushfire Concert in Melbourne has been canceled after Miley Cirus was forced to pull out due to travel recommendations. 
  20. Doja Cat: Doja Cat canceled all her upcoming shows due to COVID-19 Crisis. 
  21. Steve Aoki: Steve Aoki’s “The Color of Noise” Tour has been postponed, and it will be rescheduled later. 
  22. Elton John: The Legend postponed his “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” on May 2.  
  23. The Foo Fighters
  24. Kelly Clarkson
  25. Jonas Brothers: The Jonas Brothers Canceled their entire Las Vegas Tour due to ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic.
  26. Thom Yorke: The Radio Head frontman postponed all his U.S leg of the tour due to the COVID-19 Crisis. 
  27. Third Eye Blind: Third Eye Blind has rescheduled their screamer part 2 tour from May 31st to July 26th. 
  28. Baby Shark Live: Baby Shark Live has also postponed all their tours. 
  29. Rage Against the Machine: Rage Against the Machine reunion tour has been halted which was set to begin from 26th March.
  30. Carnegie Hall: All the Events at Carnegie Hall Scheduled from May 10 has been canceled.
  31. Brooklyn Academy of Music: B.A.M also canceled all their live performances due to COVID-19 Crisis. 
  32. 92Y: All the Upcoming performances and talks including dance performances from March 22 was canceled and will be rescheduled later.
  33. Lincoln Center: Lincon Center has canceled all public performances and screenings due to Public safety and to maintain Social Distancing. 
  34. Maluma
  35. Khalid: Entire Asia Leg of Khalid’s free Spirit world tour has been canceled. 
  36. Stormzy: Stormzy canceled all Asia Tour Dates and Zurich Tour planned on March 5th.
  37. Green Day: Green Day also Cancelled their tour because of COVID-19 Crisis. 
  38. Avril Lavigne: Avril Lavigne Cancelled all her upcoming tours and concerts, She announced that on her Instagram.
  39. Luis Tomlinson
  40. The Met Opera
  41. Ciara: Ciara canceled all her hometown performances in Fort Hood, Texas. 
  42. Madonna: Madonna Canceled her 2 Paris Concerts due to COVID-19 Crisis. 
  43. Pearl Jam
  44. Kiss
  45. Hole’s Courtney Love and Melissa Auf der Maur
  46. Zac Brown Band
  47. Mariah Carey
  48. The Grand Ole Opry
  49. Sturgill Simpson
  50. Alicia Keys

Launches, Premieres, and Screenings that has been postponed due to COVID-19 Pandemic:

TV’s Coronavirus Crisis Due All the Shows Movies and Live Shows Suspended
TV’s Coronavirus Crisis Due All the Shows Movies and Live Shows Suspended

Here is the list of Launches, Premieres, and Screenings which were postponed due to the COVID-19 Crisis. Some of them are rescheduling their release dates. Here is the list

  1. Archer
  2. HBO: Nicole Kidman’s limited series “The Undoing’ which was supposed to be premiered on May 10 got pulled off on March 26. On March 31, the Mark Ruffalo–starring ‘I Know This Much Is True’ was postponed to May 10 from April 27. On April 3, ‘The Third Day’s debut’ was shifted from May 11 to the fall of 2020.
  3. Snowpiercer: On April 2, the release date for this TNT adaptation of Bong Joon Ho’s 2013 film was shifted from May 31 to May 17.
  4. A Quiet Place Part 2:Writer and director John Krasinski announced on his Instagram that the film’s release will be postponed due to ongoing COVID-19 Crisis. 
  5. Showtime: Black Monday will be stopped after season two, with episode six airing on April 12 and the rest final four episodes of season 2 will be aired later this year. The first seven episodes of Billions will be premiered from May 3, with the remaining episodes also be aired later this year. The Chi season 3 shifted to July 21, and the entire season of The Chi will be aired without a pause.
  6. Legoland New York:
  7. Sony Pictures: Sony has thought of delaying the release of several summer movies to 2021. “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” Release Date has been shifted from July 10 to March 5, 2021. ‘Morbius’ Release Date got shifted from July 31 to March 19, 2021. “Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway” release date got shifted from August 7 to January 15, 2021. Tom Hanks’ much-anticipated “Greyhound” Movie has been moved from June 12 to a date which will be announced later. ‘Uncharted’ Release Date Shifted from March 5, 2021, to August 8, 2021. Kevin Hart’s Fatherhood release date, meanwhile, has been moved from January 15, 2021, to October 23, 2020.
  8. Charm City Kings: The Sony Pictures Classic was written by Barry Jenkins shifted its opening from April 10 to August 14 and August 21.
  9. The Walking Dead: AMC stated that due to the global COVID-19 Pandemic, the Network will not be able to continue post-production on The Walking Dead. The current season will end with its 15th episode on April 5, and the season will appear as a special episode in the fall of 2020.
  10. Warner Bros. Films: Warner Bros. pushed Wonder Woman 1984 Release Date to August 14 from its initial release date of June 5. The studio also frequently pulled In the Heights (originally planned June 26), Scoob (May 15), and Malignant (August 14). Those three movie releases remain Unchanged as of March 24.
  11. Universal Pictures Films: The Universal Pictures Films delayed the release of Minions: Rise of Gru, originally it was planned for worldwide-release of July 3. NBCUniversal also announced on March 17 that many new films such as The Hunt, Emma., Invisible Man, and Trolls: World Tour will be available for Streaming at a suggested price of $19.99 on the same day of their theatrical release.
  12. Bad Boys for Life
  13. The Walking Dead: World Beyond
  14. ModelLand: Tyra Banks delayed the opening of her new theme park, ModelLand due to the COVID-19 Crisis. 
  15. Antebellum: Lionsgate has suspended the release of the film, which was scheduled for an April 24 Release. 
  16. Disney Films: On March 16, Black Widow, which was set for May 1 release, was delayed by Disney along with “The Personal History of David Copperfield” (originally set for May 8 release) and The Woman in the Window (originally set for May 15 release). Disney earlier delayed Mulan (March 27th, 2020 release), Antlers (April 17th, 2020 release), and The New Mutants (April 3rd release) on March 12.
  17. The Gentlemen
  18. Big Time Adolescence: Big Time Adolescence was also delayed due to the COVID-19 crisis. 
  19. FF9: The 9th part of the Fast and Furious franchise has delayed its worldwide release date to April 2, 2021. Vin Diesel posted the news to his fans on Instagram he wrote: “We feel all the love and the anticipation you have for the next chapter in our saga,” he wrote. “That’s why it’s especially tough to let you know that we have to move the release date of the film. It’s become clear that it won’t be possible for all of our fans around the world to see the film this May.”
  20. Little Fires Everywhere: Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon’s adaptation of Celeste Ng’s novels Little Fires Everywhere was delayed and did not a worldwide premiere from Hulu. 
  21. Kill Chain: The Cyber War on Elections: HBO’s documentary Kill Chain: The Cyber War on Elections was canceled due to unavoidable circumstances. 
  22. The Lovebirds: The comedy Drama movie starring Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani planned on premiering at SXSW was delayed and it will now Air on Netflix. 
  23. Quibi Launch Event: Quibi’s launch party, has also been canceled. 
  24. Peter Rabbit 2
  25. After Truth: Disinformation and the Cost of Fake News: The March 12 Hudson Yards Release of After Truth by Andrew Rossi has been postponed. The documentary will now be screened at IFC Center.
  26. No Time to Die
  27. Ozzy Osbourne: The Rock legend dropped his trip to SXSW, the documentary about his life and career, Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne.
  28. Disney+ European Press Launch
  29. Sonic The Hedgehog 
  30. Swipe Night
  31. Superman: Red Son New York Premiere: Superman: Red Son Animated film premiere has been shifted for a new Premiere date which will be disclosed soon. 
  32. Enter the Fat Dragon: The Chinese film will release online now rather than in theaters.
  33. Lost in Russia: The Chinese film will release online now rather than in theaters.

Film and TV Shoots that has been postponed due to COVID-19 Pandemic:

Here is the list of Film and TV Shoots that were postponed due to the COVID-19 Crisis. Some of them are rescheduling their release dates. Here is the list

  1. American Idol: The American Reality show has stopped filming and all the contestants have been sent home for safety purposes the shooting will start again soon once everything returns to normal. 
  2. Love Island UK: ITV postponed Love Island 2020, set to launch production in summer in Mallorca. 
  3. The Voice
  4. The Grand Tour: The Amazon Prime motoring show (hosted by the ex-Top Gear trio of Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond) affected twice due to COVID-19 Crisis the executive producer Andy Wilman who was affected by the deadly disease has recovered and he said the production has been halted but it will start soon as soon as everything comes back to normal. 
  5. The Good Fight: CBS All Access also delayed the production of Good Fight the remaining episodes will premiere from April 25th. 
  6. Supernatural: The 15th and final season of Supernatural were ended abruptly due to production abandonment.
  7. Sex Education: The Sex Education season 3 production was set to happen in May but it has been delayed due to the United Kingdom’s ongoing lockdown.
  8. Terrace House: The Tokyo-based reality TV show was also needed abruptly due to production shutdowns.
  9. The Real Housewives of Atlanta: The filming was ended before the lockdown but the season finale was filmed virtually. 
  10. Daytime TV
  11. General Hospital: ABC announced that the long-running soap opera General Hospital production has been postponed and the release date was moved to May 22nd. 
  12. The Bachelor Summer Games
  13. Late-Night TV
  14. Disney Live-Action Shows and Films: Disney has reportedly paused production on many live-action films and television shows, like The Little Mermaid, Shang-Chi, Home Alone, Last Duel, Nightmare Alley, Shrunk, and Peter Pan & Wendy due to COVID-19 Crisis. 
  15. My 600-lb Life: The TLC reality show production was also canceled due to COVID-19 Crisis. 
  16. The Great British Baking Show: The Great British Baking Show production has been delayed. 
  17. Barry: HBO has suspended preproduction for the forthcoming season of Barry due to ongoing COVID-19 Crisis. 
  18. Succession: HBO halted the production of Succession due to the ongoing COVID-19 Crisis. 
  19. Big Brother Canada
  20. Friends Reunion: HBO announced Friends Reunion earlier this year but it was delayed again due to lockdown. 
  21. Warner Bros. Films: Warner Bros. television shows, film shoots over the world have been Canceled due to COVID-19 Crisis. Fantastic Beasts 3 in London, King Richard, starring Will Smith, The Matrix 4, and Matt Reeves’s The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson, are among the list that is being delayed.
  22. EastEnders: The BBC has also suspended the production of the longest-running soap EastEnders. 
  23. Warner Bros. Studio Tour London — The Making of Harry Potter: The magical studio tour, located next to Warner Bros.’ Leavesden studios where all eight films of Harry Potter were created, was momentarily closed from March 17.
  24. Tokyo Vice: Michael Mann’s HBO Max series of Japan has also stopped its production. 
  25. Avatar: James Cameron’s Avatar sequel has postponed its shooting in New Zealand.
  26. The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful: CBS has postponed The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful due to the COVID-19 Crisis. 
  27. Around the World in 80 Days: Production in South Africa for Around the World in 80 Days has been suspended. 
  28. Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune: A week after choosing to proceed filming without live studio audiences, both game shows were also temporarily halted its production.
  29. Saturday Night Live: NBC announced they will postpone SNL production due to ongoing COVID-19 Crisis. 
  30. Cinderella: This live-action movie-musical starring Camila Cabello has been postponed by Sony. 
  31. Amazon’s Lord of the Rings Series: Amazon has stopped the production of its upcoming Lord of the Rings Series due to the ongoing Corona Crisis. 
  32. Netflix Shows: Netflix is suspended production on all scripted TV shows and films in the United States and Canada from March 15th. 
  33. The Handmaid’s Tale: The EMMY AWARD Winning Hulu Drama has been postponed due to COVID-19 Crisis. 
  34. Superstore: The popular NBC comedy shut down due to the global COVID-19 Crisis. 
  35. Fremantle TV Shows
  36. Marvel’s Disney+ Shows: Most of the Marvel shows for Disney+, which include The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and WandaVision, have suspended production.
  37. Vengeance
  38. Red Notice: The big-budget Netflix thriller, starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, and Ryan Reynolds has been postponed. 
  39. Universal Live-Action Movies: All of Universal Pictures’ live-action feature productions were stopped due to ongoing COVID-19 Crisis. 
  40. The Hallmark Channel: Hallmark Channel has suspended the production of every single Hallmark Original Movie. 
  41. Warner Bros. Shows: Warner Bros. has postponed shoots for over 70 series which includes The Flash, Lucifer, and The Bachelorette, and many other shows. 
  42. NBCUniversal Shows: Around 35 NBCUniversal shows have halted their production due to ongoing COVID-19 Crisis.
  43. CBS Shows: CBS has also postponed all the TV Shows and Pilots due to COVID-19 Pandemic. 
  44. Official Competition: Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas’s Spanish Drama has also been postponed. 
  45. The Prom: The coming Netflix musical Ryan Murphy’s The Prom, starring Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman, has also stopped the production. 
  46. The Morning Show: 
  47. Bros: The Billy Eichner-starring rom-com Drama has also stopped the production.
  48. Survivor: The 41st Installment of Survivor has been postponed and the shooting will start soon as soon as the COVID-19 Crisis ends.
  49. CNN’s Democratic Debate: CNN’s Democratic Debate has been moved from Phoenix, Arizona, to CNN’s studio in Washington, D.C as it will no longer feature live audiences due to safety purposes
  50. Riverdale
  51. Mission: Impossible 7: Paramount Pictures also Postponed the production of Mission: Impossible 7 it was being shot in Italy which is also among the third most affected country due to COVID-19 spread. The production and filming have been postponed. 
  52. Blossoms: Another Wong Kar Wai project, the Chinese-language film, and TV have also halted its production. 
  53. The Amazing Race: Season 33 of the reality-adventure show has stopped its shooting due to an ongoing crisis. 
  54. Tong Wars: Wong Kar Wai’s Tong Wars has also stopped its production due to COVID-19 Pandemic.
  55. Untitled Jia Zhangke film: 
  56. Fargo: The FX series Season 4 Production was also suspended due to Global Corona Crisis.