Broadway’s Network, the National Theatre production starring Bryan Cranston in a critically acclaimed performance, has extended its limited engagement through Sunday, April 28, 2019. The Ivo van Hove-directed play was initially set through March 17.

Network opened Dec. 6 to strong reviews, particularly for Cranston, who plays the mad as hell newsman Howard Beale in this adaptation of the 1976 Sidney Lumet-Paddy Chayefsky film.

In addition to Cranston, Network stars Tony Goldwyn and Tatiana Maslany, and features scenic and lighting design by van Hove’s longtime collaborator Jan Versweyveld.