January 13, 2021
Los Angeles (Reuters) – The Hollywood Screen Actors Guild Awards for film and television performances have been rescheduled on April 4, with organizers announcing a move to avoid competition with the Grammy Awards for music on Wednesday.
Last week, the Grammy Awards organizers announced that the January ceremony would be postponed until March 14 due to the coronavirus surge in Los Angeles.
The SAG-AFTRA union, which represents actors, journalists and performers, said at the time that the new date of the Grammy Awards was “extremely disappointing” inconsistent with the SAG Awards. The organizer chose March 14th for the SAG Awards last July.
The SAG Awards will air on April 4th on the TNT and TBS networks.
(Report by Lisa Richwine, edited by Jonathan Oatis)
The date of the Screen Actors Guild Awards has shifted to April after the Grammy Awards conflict.
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