LIST: The TV & Movies Delayed Or Canceled Due To Coronavirus

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold, Hollywood is being hit hard. Movies have started changing their release dates and production on fan-favorite TV shows has been delayed. Below are a list of movies that have been cancelled or delayed due to the virus outbreak.

Movies

“Fast and Furious 9” – Release date pushed back to April 2021.

“A Quiet Place Part II” – Release date delayed.

“No Time to Die” – Its global released date was pushed back from April 2020 to November 2020.

“Sonic The Hedgehog” – The Chinese premiere has been delayed.

“Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway” – Release date delayed.

“Mission: Impossible VII” – Production/shooting in Venice, Italy, has been halted.

“The Lovebirds” – Release date delayed.

“Mulan” – Release date delayed.

“New Mutants” – Release date delayed.

“Antlers” – Release date delayed.

“The Secret Garden” – Release date delayed.

Marvel’s “Shang-Chi” – Temporarily shut down production.

TV shows

“The Morning Show” – Production halted in Los Angeles for two weeks.

“The Amazing Race” – CBS suspended production of the globe-trotting reality competition series.

Riverdale (TV) – Production of Season 4 delayed

“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” – Production in Prague has been canceled.

“NCIS: Los Angeles” – Production has been halted.

“NCIS: New Orleans” – Production has been halted.

“New Amsterdam” – Production has been halted.

“Bull” – Production has been halted.

Netflix productions including Stranger Things, Lucifer, and Grace and Frankie (TV and Film)

“Chicago Fire” – Production has been halted.

“Chicago P.D” – Production has been halted.

“Chicago Med” – Production has been halted.

“Law and Order: SVU” – Production has been halted.

“Dynasty” – Production has been halted.

“FBI” – Production has been halted.

“Russian Doll” – Production has been delayed.

“Carnival Row” – Production has been halted.