Mark Ruffalo's I Know This Much is True was one of the shows we thought wouldn't be affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
HBO has decided to push back the release of the series from Monday, April 27 to Sunday, May 10.
As reported by , this is due to the network postponing the Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant drama The Undoing from that same Sunday in May to the winter over concerns about the virus.
I Know This Much is True will follow twin brothers, both played by Ruffalo, over multiple decades of their lives. It will look at how their personal dramas affect themselves, each other and their families in ways both good and bad.
With The Place Beyond the Pines' Derek Cianfrance behind the camera, this new drama looks like it will be very pretty and very intense.
I Know This Much is True will now debut on HBO on Sunday, May 10.
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