‘Saturday Night Live’ suspends production amid coronavirus concerns

Saturday Night Live will postpone its return to the airwaves due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus, NBC has confirmed to Mashable. 

The show was scheduled to return March 28 with host John Krasinksi and musical guest Dua Lipa. Krasinski was originally intended to host the show while promoting A Quiet Place Part II, but the Paramount film’s release has also been delayed because of COVID-19.

A Quiet Place Part II is one of many films pushed back because of coronavirus, and SNL is among many productions to halt in order to keep its cast and crew safe and socially distant at this time. Other shows that tape in front of a studio audience — late-night shows in particular — have either dispensed with the audience portion or taken temporary hiatus.

h/t Variety

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