The 2021 Critics Choice Awards have been delayed due to the coronavirus epidemic.
The ceremony was scheduled for January 10, 2021, but has now moved to March 7, 2021, it was revealed on Thursday.
The event, which pays tribute to film and television work, will still take place at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, with live audiences with host Ty Diggs. Now more than ever, people are considering film and television as a means of comfort and a way to connect, said Joey Berlin, CEO of the Critics’ Choice Association.
The Critics Choice Award has become the newest thing to be affected by the coronavirus pandemic also known as COVID-19. Seeing the world crisis due to coronavirus the award function has been postponed.
Hollywood’s biggest night will now be April 25, 2021, due to fatal illness.
In a statement given by the media, Joey Berlin, CEO of the Critics’ Choice Association, revealed that movies and television series are becoming a source of “comfort” and “education” for those within their homes. Emergency shutdown.
Ty Diggs will host the show for the third year in a row and will take place at the Hangar Barker in Santa Monica. Launched in 1995, the Critics’ Choice Awards are known for top film and television honors.
The climax of the Oscar Awards season, which traditionally begins before summer and falls later. The 74th Tony Awards, initially held on June 7, were postponed to an unspecified date. While the Television Academy said on Monday it plans to hold the 20 Primetime Emmy Awards on September 20 (although “the format and production are being discussed”), the Creative Arts Emmys will take place around September.