HBO has released the first trailer for a limited adaptation of the novel “I Know This Much Is True” by the novel by Wally Lamb, Derek Cianfrance. The show stars Mark Ruffalo as twin brothers, one of whom has mental illness in two roles.
It was a minute after his 2016 movie, The Light Between Oceans, which was just kind of dumped among studios and not reflecting on the quality of the film (it’s beautiful but not as good as Blue Valentine or The Place Beyond the Pines). Although there is a lot of TVs to make requests in our day, I will shoot This Much Is True, not only due to Cianfrance and Ruffalo, but because it seems to have a genuinely intriguing story that should be explored in the course of six episodes.
The new TV drama series will be published in April 2020. When the show is to release its first episode, however, it is a relief that I at least receive official confirmations that this Much Is True Season 1 will come to an end in April 2020 after a series of unfortunate events which saw the production of the show shut down several times. The runtime of the episode is 60 minutes and will be transmitted by HBO.
Mark Ruffalo, the famous actor, is the leading role of twin brothers. Other cast members include Melissa Leo as Ma, Rosie O’Donnell as Lisa Sheffer, Archie Panjabi as Dr. Patel, Imogen Poots, Joy Hanks, Dessa Constantine as Kathryn Hahn, Nedra Frank Juliette Lewis, Constantine Dessa Aisling Franciosi, Vincenzo Tempesta as Simone Coppo and Haas as Haas, and Domenico Tempesta as Marcello Fonte.
The official synopsis of the show:
I Know This Much Is True, which was a six-part limited drama series debuting April with Mark Ruffalo and who is also the executive producer. Identical twin brothers Dominik, and Thomas Birdsey, who follows their parallel lives in a family saga The series shows Dominick and Thomas at various stages of their lives, starting with the middle-aged brothers Dominick’s flashbacks to their young adulthood.