A Showtime scheduling shake-up has pushed back two premieres as well as The Affair‘s series finale.
The Affair was previously set to wrap its five-season saga on Sunday, Oct. 27, with back-to-back episodes. Instead, it will now air a single episode on that night and then again on Sunday, Nov. 3 aka its series finale.
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Also on the move: Back to Life, a BBC-produced comedy starring co-creator Daisy Haggard (Episodes‘ sad Myra), has been pushed back a month and will now premiere with back-to-back half-hour episodes on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 10/9c (following Shameless‘ Season 10 opener).
Lastly, Jim Carrey’s Kidding, which was originally scheduled to launch Season 2 on Sunday, Nov. 3, now won’t return until Sunday, Feb. 9, in the year 2020, where it will be paired with Homeland‘s delayed eighth and final season.