Series info and plot
The 11.22.63 science fiction thriller drama television series based on Stephen King's book 11/22/63. The eight-episode series is produced by Bad Robot Productions and Warner Bros. Television, and executive produced by J.J. Abrams, Stephen King, Bridget Carpenter and Bryan Burk. The series premiere took place on February 15, 2016 on Hulu.
Jake Epping (James Franco) is a high school teacher who has an opportunity to travel back in time and prevent JFK's assassination. When he does arrive in the past, there are issues that begin interfering with his mission – romantic involvement, Lee Harvey Oswald, and other things in the past which might be better left unchanged. Daniel Webber, Sarah Gadon, Josh Duchamel and Cherry Jones are among the cast members.
It is difficult to predict a renewal, since the series was originally brought to Hulu as a limited event. The nature of the material also does not seem to warrant a continuation, as the book is a finished entity in and of itself. The series has a rarely seen high score of 9.4/10 on IMDb, although the reviews have been mixed, with some criticism of genre ambiguity. Is it a star-crossed love story or a fast-paced fantasy action film? Franco is excellent in the romantic storyline, but is he in the right spot in the action sequences? These are the questions that do not necessarily do justice to the ambitious series, as it truly is a milestone on Hulu's path to a brand new image concept.
Season 2 recap
The debut 8-part installment of the Hulu newest original drama web series 11.22.63 bowed out on April 4, 2016 and even viewers who have thoroughly enjoyed the new show are expressing their doubt that there should be a second chapter. To most, the eight-part series felt complete and they don’t want the pleasant aftertaste to be ruined by turning this masterpiece into your typical full blown TV show. On the other hand, it would be unfortunate to say good-bye to such a talented cast and crew, so maybe Hulu will take a different route and turn the show into an anthology series, like Fargo or American Horror Story. The series currently has an average score of 8.6 out of 10 on IMDb and glowing reviews continue to pour from viewers and critics alike, so it would be interesting to see what decision the online streaming company makes.
|1||The Rabbit Hole||Feb 15, 2016|
|2||The Kill Floor||Feb 22, 2016|
|3||Other Voices, Other Rooms||Feb 29, 2016|
|4||The Eyes of Texas||Mar 7, 2016|
|5||The Truth||Mar 14, 2016|
|6||Happy Birthday, Lee Harvey Oswald||Mar 21, 2016|
|7||Soldier Boy||Mar 28, 2016|
|8||The Day in Question||Apr 4, 2016|
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