Hulu's Future Man — Trailer

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added: Thu, Oct 5th '17

"Hunger Games" star Josh Hutcherson is the key to saving the future in the debut trailer for "Future Man," Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's new time-traveling comedy series for Hulu.

In what could be described as "The Last Starfighter" meets "Back to the Future" meets "The Terminator," the half-hour comedy series is created by "Sausage Party" writers Kyle Hunter and Ariel Shaffir, executive produced by Rogen and Goldberg, and stars Hutcherson as a twenty-something janitor and videogamer who, after completing all the missions in a post-apocalyptic sci-fi video game, discovers the game is actually a recruitment tool for the resistance.

Eliza Coupe (TV's Happy Endings) and Derek Wilson (AMC's Preacher) co-star as two resistance fighters from a post-apocalyptic future who travel through time to recruit Hutcherson's character for a mission to stop a scientist from inventing a cure for herpes, which apparently "leads to the annihilation of the entire human race."

The cast also includes Keith David, Cedric Sanders, Haley Joel Osment, and Ed Begley Jr. as Hutcherson's father while the late, Glenne Headly, who sadly died this past June, plays Hutcherson's mother.

"Future Man" will run for 13 episodes and will premiere on Tuesday, November 14 exclusively on Hulu.

synopsis:
From Executive Producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, Future Man follows a janitor by day/world-ranked gamer by night who travels through time to prevent the extinction of humanity after mysterious visitors from the future proclaim him the key to defeating the imminent super-race invasion. Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games, The Kids Are Alright) stars as Josh Futterman, an uninspired and dejected gamer who quickly becomes earth's unlikely hero.

 

starring   Josh Hutcherson, Eliza Coupe, Derek Wilson, Keith David, Cedric Sanders, Haley Joel Osment, Ed Begley Jr., Glenne Headly

release date   November 14, 2017 (on Hulu)

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