HBO postpones Night of Too Many Stars

The live, all-star benefit NIGHT OF TOO MANY STARS: AMERICA UNITES FOR AUTISM PROGRAMS planned for April has been postponed.

HBO just made the announcement, taking precautions as New York City and the rest of America and the world try to keep the coronavirus (COVID-19) from becoming even more of a global pandemic.
The Emmy-nominated event, hosted by Jon Stewart and presented by HBO in partnership with NEXT for AUTISM, had been scheduled for April 18 at the Hulu Theater in Madison Square Garden in New York City. The lineup already had confirmed participation from Jack Black, Larry David, Zach Galifianakis, Kodi Lee, John Oliver, Rob Riggle, Phoebe Robinson, Amy Schumer, Sarah Silverman, and The Roots.

The event, executive produced by Robert Smigel, Michelle Smigel, Jon Stewart, Chris McShane, and John Irwin for Irwin Entertainment, will be rescheduled.

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