Earlier this week, Felicity Huffman and 13 Other rich parents announced that they pleaded guilty to the college's fraud scams (why do not we have a nickname for this thing?), Which became the good name of some of the wealthiest, legitimate families in the country – with Huffman Conspiracy counted to commit post fraud over a fake charitable donation that was in fact a payment to William Singer. After Huffman admits to being a bad person who believes she is better than others because she and her husband William H. Macy have money, Netflix secretly decided to pull off schedule for an upcoming Felicity Huffman film.
As reported by Variety the film – Otherhood – was due to be premiered on April 26th in the streaming service, but now all information about Netflix's press page and the Movie retrieved indefinitely. Netflix has confirmed this last bit, Otherhood does not yet have a new release date, but no further comments have been made. Of course, with Netflix already offloading so much new material, this movie could probably be released as planned and nobody would really notice. Hell, Avengers: Endgame comes out on April 26, definitely did not notice anyone. Variety says Otherhood is based on William Sutcliffe's novel Whatever makes you happy and is about three mothers (Huffman, Patricia Arquette and Angela Bassett) that appear unannounced in their sons' homes in New York City.