I Know This Much Is True Update

Sky has switched the limited HBO series I Know This Much is True from SoHo2 to SoHo and delayed its premiere until next month.

The Mark Ruffalo drama about identical twins was to have launched on April 29.

But last week HBO shifted its US debut to May 10, in the slot reserved for the Nicole Kidman drama The Undoing (which is now due in September/October because of COVID-19 issues). Reported Variety:

This is the latest television scheduling shift in recent weeks as networks and streaming services grapple with the fallout from the pandemic. In addition to The Undoing FX’s fourth season of Fargo and Genius: Aretha at Nat Geo have also been pushed back. HBO confirmed within the last week that two of its critically-acclaimed returning series — Barry and Succession — have suspended production as a precautionary measure. (Read Variety’s list of all the shows and films delayed due to the outbreak here.)

Sky’s response has been to swap IKTMIT from SoHo2 to SoHo, so it can screen 8.30 Mondays from May 11.

Replacing it on SoHo2 will be re-runs of Howards End (8.30 Wednesdays), The Hunting (6.30 Fridays) and Chimerica (7.30 Sundays).

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