Netflix Bumps Felicity Huffman Movie "Otherhood" Amid College Admission Scandal

April 10, 2019

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Felicity Huffman may be going to prison--while her latest movie was just sent to purgatory. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix has bumped Otherhood from its April schedule amid the actress' ongoing college admissions scandal. The movie co-stars Huffman, Angela Bassett and Patricia Arquette as three mothers who relocate to New York to be closer to their adult children. Otherhood was supposed to debut April 26 on the streaming platform; a new release date has yet to be announced. Meanwhile, Ava DuVernay's Netflix limited series When They See Us--which focuses on the infamous Central Park Five case and features Huffman in a supporting role as prosecutor Linda Fairstein--remains scheduled for a May 31 premiere.