Lifetime's movie about the Amanda Knox trial will be updated after an Italian court overturned its guilty verdict on Monday.
The network plans to re-air the movie Tuesday night.
"Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy" starred Hayden Panettiere as Knox. It aired last February despite protests by the Knox family, who felt it could sway the court as they continued to fight for her release.
A spokesperson for Lifetime tells the Los Angeles Times that whenever the telepic is shown, it will also include several sentences updating the case, which will air before and after.
Lifetime will broadcast the movie again Tuesday night -- about 24 hours after the verdict was revealed, and as Knox remains a hot topic in the media.
Panettiere declined to comment on the Knox verdict via her manager.
Knox was arrested in 2009 along with a then-boyfriend for allegedly stabbing her roommate, Meredith Kercher, to death. Kercher's body was found in 2007. Knox was sentenced to 26 years in jail; of which she served four years.
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Know is en route back to the United States from Italy.
HBO recently re-edited telepic "Paradise Lost: Purgatory" after the West Memphis Three were released from prison in August.
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