“Saturday Night Live” became the latest casualty of the coronavirus and its highly contagious omicron variant this weekend, following the Radio City Rockettes and several Broadway shows in scaling back or shutting down completely in New York City, While the last new “SNL” episode of 2021 wasn’t completely canceled, it had no audience or live musical guest and most of the cast was sent home. The show featured mostly pre-recorded segments as well as video shorts from past Christmas episodes.Tom Hanks (who joked he wasn’t going to fly across the country and not be on TV) and former “SNL” cast member Tina Fey – both of whom have hosted the show five times – joined scheduled host Paul Rudd to induct him into the “Five Timers Club.” ‘SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE’ ANNOUNCES NO LIVE AUDIENCE WITH ‘LIMITED CAST AND CREW’ DUE TO COVID OMICRON VARIANT Tina Fey and Tom Hanks are seen in New York City, Jan. 9, 2018 The actors joined guest host Paul Rudd for the scaled-down show on Saturday.  (Getty Images)Rudd admitted he was “disappointed” to not be performing live sketches in front of an audience. Charli XCX, left, and Paul Rudd stand with cast member Ego Nwodim during promos for

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