(Pictured above: Josh Hutcherson in ‘Future Man.’)
Josh Hutcherson, known for his turn as Peeta Mellark in The Hunger Games movies, stars in a new, 13-episode comedic science fiction series debuting Tuesday, November 14, on Hulu.
In Future Man, Josh Hutcherson plays Josh Futturman, a janitor who spends his off hours in the world of an outer space action game. When he proves to be a star player, “mysterious visitors travel through time” to recruit him for a battle to save humanity.
The cast also includes Derek Wilson as Wolf, Robert Craighead as Detective Vincent Skarsgaard, and Jason Scott Jenkins as Carl.
Kyle Hunter and Sausage Party’s Ariel Shaffir created and executive produced the series for Point Grey Pictures, with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg directing and also executive producing.
All episodes will be available when the series premieres November 14.
Hulu has two subscription plans: $5.99 a month with commercials; $11.99 a month with no ads. Both offer the first month free.
For more, visit Hulu.
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