The current epidemic of coronavirus has caused various havoc in the world of entertainment, being affected more recent, Disney and Netflixcompanies that have had to cancel the filming of several projects.
After the president, Donald Trump declare a state of emergency throughout the united States, Netflix and Disney issued press releases which confirmed that postponed the filming of many of their productions.
Both Disney as Netflix have followed the example of strings such as ABC canceled the recordings of Greys Anatomy, among other tv stations that took similar decisions in response to the threat of the coronavirus.
Disney stopped the filming of their live action
In its press release, The Walt Disney Studios confirmed that it would cancel until further notice, the shooting of her films live action, scheduled to be completed in 2020.
The movies that Disney postponed include: “The little Mermaid”, “Peter Pan and Wendy”, “The Legend of the Ten Rings”, “My Poor little Angel”, “Shrunk”, “Nightmare Alley”, “Shang-Chi” and “The Last Duel”.
Netflix cancelled their recordings
Netflix joined the actions to prevent the spread of the dreaded coronavirus -classified as a pandemic by the international agencies – to cancel the recordings of several of their series.
Netflix postponed the recordings of series and other projects such as: “Stranger Things,” “Grace and Frankie”, “The Prom” Ryan Murphy and “Sex Life”.
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Besides Disney and Netflix, other tv networks canceled their recordings as was the case of “Riverdale”, “Greys Anatomy”, “The Ninja Warriors” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”, that will be recorded without a live audience.