Jason Aldean accepts the ACM Dick Clark Artist of the Decade Award onstage during the 54th Academy Of Country Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 07, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Country music’s biggest stars are performing from HOME on a new special called “ACM presents Our Country.” This will be a two hour special airing Sunday April 5th on CBS from 8-10pm. Top artists will perform and share their favorite ACM memories via video chat. There will also be acoustic performances from the stars’ houses. This is obviously because of the coronavirus and I don’t think anything like this has been done in place of an awards show, but it should be very cool to watch!

Country singers to perform from home for ACM special

The Academy of Country Music had to postpone their upcoming awards show because of the spreading coronavirus, but CBS will air a new television special featuring country stars performing from their homes. The academy announced Thursday that in place of their postponed awards show on April 5, "ACM Presents: Our Country" will feature conversations and at-home acoustic performances from country artists.

Grey’s anatomy and other medical TV dramas are donating supplies to actual emergency services like hospitals and fire departments amid the virus outbreak. Grey’s anatomy is donating a ton of medical gowns that they don’t need as much as the real doctors. Station 19 has donated some of their masks to the City of Ontario Fire Dept in CA and another LA firehouse. The shows The resident and The Good Doctor have both donated masks, gloves, gowns and other materials.

TV Medical Dramas Donate Their Medical Supplies to Hospitals in Need During Coronavirus Pandemic

TV medical dramas like Fox's "The Resident" and ABC's "Grey's Anatomy," "The Good Doctor" and "Station 19" are donating the medical supplies they use for their respective productions to hospitals and fire stations in need during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.


Zac Brown has had to lay off 90% of his crew. He left an emotional message to fans about the severe cuts. He can’t tour because of the virus which is why he can’t have them on anymore. He’s had to postpone 40 tour dates

Tearful Zac Brown says he had to lay off 'about 90 percent' of touring crew amid coronavirus outbreak

Zac Brown has shared a passionate message with his fans. The country singer posted a video on Instagram on Wednesday announcing that he has had to lay off most of his touring crew due to the relentless spread of the coronavirus limiting his ability to tour. "It was a hard day today.


Speaking of rescheduled dates, the Brooks and Dunn show at Xfinity has been rescheduled. Instead of June 27th, the show will now take place on September 24th!

Brooks & Dunn Reveal Rescheduled Dates on "Reboot 2020 Tour"

Brooks & Dunn revealed the rescheduled dates for their Reboot 2020 Tour, which will resume in August. Originally scheduled dates in May and June were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The duo's first nationwide tour in 10 years will now kick off in Cincinnati on Aug. 28. Tickets purchas


Hallmark is doing its part to help viewers pass the time with a special Christmas movie marathon weekend. It starts Friday at 12 p.m. ET/PT, Hallmark will air 27 original holiday films and end Sunday at 6 p.m. ET/PT

Hallmark Channel Decides We Need A Little Christmas, Sets Movie Marathon Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Feeling as if you need a little Christmas during this trying time? Hallmark Channel is coming to the rescue with We Need A Little Christmas, a special marathon featuring Countdown To Christmas movies beginning Friday, March 20 through Sunday, March 22.

Evangeline Lilly doesn’t seem to be following the social distancing that the rest of her peers and honestly, the country is. It all started when the Ant-Man and Lost star said she dropped her kids off at a gymnastics gym this week, writing, “Just dropped my kids off at gymnastics camp. They all washed their hands before going in. They are playing and laughing. #businessasusual.”She then added that she’s currently living with her father who has stage four cancer.“I am also immune compromised at the moment,” she added. “I have two young kids. Some people value their lives over freedom, some people value freedom over their lives. We all make our choices.”

Evangeline Lilly refuses to self-quarantine over coronavirus; fans call stance 'dangerous'

It's "business as usual" for Evangeline Lilly. Despite the global coronavirus pandemic, the "Lost" and "Ant-Man and the Wasp" star said she's continuing her normal routine instead of self-quarantining to limit the spread of COVID-19. "Just dropped my kids off at gymnastics camp," Lilly, 40, wrote on Instagram Monday.