Netflix has delayed a movie starring Felicity Huffman in the wake of her announcement that she will plead guilty in the college admissions bribery scandal.
Otherhood, a Mandalay Pictures comedy starring Huffman, Angela Bassett and Patricia Arquette as three mothers and long-time who travel to New York to visit their adult sons, had been scheduled to debut on April 26.
The Hollywood Reporter notes it has since been rescheduled to August 2.
Another project featuring Huffman, however, will remain in place. Drama series When They See Us, about the infamous Central Park Five case remains scheduled for May 31st. Huffman has a supporting role as prosecutor Linda Fairstein.