Unfortunately, Coronavirus has caused many shows and movies to delay filming. And although it’s necessary to maintain social distancing during these times, it’s sad to know our favorite shows and movies won’t be premiering when she planned for them. These are all the shows and movies that are currently delayed due to Coronavirus:

A Quiet Place Part 2:

The sequel to the fan favorite movie A Quiet Place was supposed to premiere in theaters in April but has since been pushed back to a later, unknown date.

The Little Mermaid

Disney announced they are going to delay filming of the live-action reboot of the classic movie The Little Mermaid, featuring Halle Bailey as the lead.


Another Disney live-action reboot with a delayed premiere date. Mulan was supposed to hit the theaters in March but has been pushed back to late July.

Grey’s Anatomy

I didn’t look like anything could halt filming of this show, but Coronavirus somehow managed to. The 17th season of the iconic show has unfortunately been pushed back.


Following the news that someone on the cast of Riverdale tested positive for Covid, all filming of the show came to a sudden stop.

The Bachelorette

Not sure how we’re going to get through the next few months without the drama of The Bachelorette, but Chris Harrison announced production of the 16th season was going to be postponed.

The Great British Bakeoff

This one hurt. The 11th season of the iconic baking show was supposed to premiere in August, but with halted filming, producers are hoping to still have it out in late summer or early fall.

Saturday Night Live

Like most late night television shows, SNL has halted production. The show was originally supposed to return on March 28th, but it was announced the following 3 episodes would also be delayed.

Friends Reunion Special

When news broke that the famous Friends group was coming back for a reunion, no one could contain their excitement. Unfortunately, the reunion special was supposed to be filmed in March but has now been delayed to at least May.