UK broadcaster SKY has postponed the launch of the second series of The Tunnel following the Belgian terror attacks, but only by one week.
The Tunnel: Sabotage, which depicts an attack on a British airliner which crashes into the English channel, was due to premiere on April 5.
A SKY spokesperson said: “In light of the tragic events in Brussels, SKY Atlantic has decided to postpone the launch of The Tunnel: Sabotage as a mark of respect.
“The drama, which contains fictitious scenes of terrorism, will now broadcast on 12th April at 9pm.”
The plot sees English policeman Karl Roebuck (Stephen Dillane) and French counterpart Elise Wasserman (Clemence Posey) investigate a complex terror network following an airline crash.
At least 34 people and around 250 were wounded following attacks on an airport and train station in Brussels overnight.
Source: Radio Times