Coronavirus: 'Saturday Night Live' to Suspend Production Indefinitely

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The latest TV show to go to the hiatus is 'Saturday Night Live', all thanks to the Coronavirus. NBC confirmed on Monday the late-night show will suspend production indefinitely. Saturday Night Live was previously scheduled to return from hiatus on March 28th with host John Krasinski and musical guest Dua Lipa. The decision to shut down production comes after New York City mayor Bill de Blasio ordered all "nightclubs, movie theaters, small theater houses, and concert venues to close by March 17 at 9 a.m. Before SNL news broke, most of the late-night shows announced plans to continue their tapings without audiences. But, by the end of the weekend, all of them decided to entirely suspend production. As The Hollywood Reporter reports, 'SNL' is currently 16 episodes into their 21-episode season and their finale typically airs in May. Considering events scheduled for May have already been canceled, it remains unclear whether 'SNL' will return with new episodes this season. Continue Reading:

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