CORONAVIRUS: Celeb Roundup

We already told you that Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson have tested positive for coronavirus, but they aren't the ones in Hollywood affected by the coronavirus.

Here are some other Coronavirus cancellations, postponements and news:

Production on Riverdale has been shut down after a team member came in contact with a person who tested positive for the coronavirus. (TMZ)

The March 22nd Kids Choice Awards has been postponed "in consideration of the safety and well-being of every person involved with the show."

HBO's live Night of Too Many Stars benefit show, set for April 18th in New York City, has been postponed for a future date.

More talk shows are ditching their live audiences over coronavirus fears. Joining the trend are the Today show,The Late Show,The Tonight Show, Late Night,The Daily Show, Last Week Tonight, Full Frontal and The Greg Gutfeld Show.(Deadline)

RuPaul's 2020 Drag Con, set for Los Angeles in May, has been canceled. (Hollywood Reporter)

An usher who worked part time at two Broadway shows -- Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and Six -- has tested positive for the coronavirus. Theater owners say both shows will go on. (The Wrap)

Auditions for the reboot of MTV's Making the Band have been nixed. (TMZ)

The National Association of Broadcasters has canceled its annual April conference in Las Vegas. (Variety)

PaleyFest L.A. 2020,which was scheduled from March 13th to 21st,has been postponed.

The GLAAD Media Awards, set for March 19th in New York, has been canceled.

CBS has delayed production on Season 41 of Survivor, which was supposed to begin later this month in Fiji.

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