The six-episode series will now debut May 10. It was originally set to begin airing on April 27. The show moves into the date previously reserved for the limited series “The Undoing” starring Nicole Kidman. HBO announced last week that show would be moved to the fall due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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.
“I Know This Much Is True” is based on the Wally Lamb book of the same name. Ruffalo stars as identical twin brothers Dominick and Thomas Birdsey in a family saga that follows their parallel lives.
Along with Ruffalo, the cast also includes Melissa Leo, Rosie O’Donnell, Archie Panjabi, Imogen Poots, John Procaccino, Rob Huebel, Philip Ettinger, Aisling Franciosi, Michael Greyeyes, Guillermo Diaz, Marcello Fonte, Bruce Greenwood, Brian Goodman, Juliette Lewis, and Kathryn Hahn.
The limited series is executive produced by Derek Cianfrance, Ruffalo, Gregg Fienberg, Lynette Howell Taylor, Ben Browning, Glen Basner, Anya Epstein and Lamb. Jamie Patricof co-executive produces.