Future Man Season 3: Premiere Date, Cast, Trailer, Spoilers, News

Created by Howard Overman, Kyle Hunter, and Ariel Shaffir, ‘Future Man’ is a sci-fi web television series by Hulu that saw Season 1 premiere on November 14, 2017.

‘Future Man’ is well cast, and well executed. While it is full of action and violence, and replete with time-travelling sci-fi tropes, it also manages to be subtly comic at the same time, cracking several jokes that could go by unnoticed if the viewer isn’t paying attention. And despite having mainstream, cookie-cutter character archetypes, all of the actors give convincing performances that involve the viewers and make them want to go along for the ride. If you enjoy sci-fi/action movies from the ‘80s and the ‘90s, then it’s difficult to not love “Future Man’, as it is a series that both celebrates those films and pokes fun of them at the same time.

Future Man Cast: Who’s in it?

The cast of ‘Future Man’ is led by ‘The Hunger Games’ star Josh Hutcherson, who plays the role of a janitor and world-ranked gamer, Josh Futturman, who is tasked with preventing the extinction of humanity after mysterious visitors from the future proclaim him the key to defeating the imminent super-race invasion. Joining Future Man on his quest to save the world are Eliza Coupe and Derek Wilson, who portray time-travelers Tiger and Wolf, respectively. The three leads share a fun, chaotic chemistry as the R-rated sci-fi comedy series does a stellar job of combining all of its disparate elements into one cohesive, entertaining story.

Ed Begley Jr. and Glenne Headly play the roles of Gabe and Diane Futturman – Josh’s father and mother, respectively. Meanwhile, Robert Craighead plays the role of Detective Vincent Skarsgaard, Jason Scott Jenkins plays the role of Carl, and Keith David plays the role of Doctor Elias Kronish. Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Matt Tolmach, Ben Karlin, James Weaver, Kyle Hunter, and Ariel Shaffir serve as executive producers of the show.

Future Man Plot: What is it about?

In the show, Josh Futturman is a janitor who spends his days cleaning the floor of a research facility, Kronish Laboratories. He is also a gamer by night who, using an unusual strategy, goes on to complete a video game called Biotic Wars – a game that no one had been able to complete prior to him. Once Josh completes the game, his life changes, and two soldiers from the future, Tiger and Wolf, appear in the present and inform his about his gargantuan task of saving humanity from extinction. What follows is an action-packed, and often comic adventure that sees Josh travelling back and forth time as struggles to understand his past, the future, and his role as the savior of humanity.

The finale of Season 1 of ‘Future Man’ shows Josh relaxing in his prison cell, when blue bolts of lightning – like those that accompany people time traveling – start materializing. They grow louder and brighter and suddenly in a flash, the season ends. Who could it be? Why did they come back? Are they coming from the future or the past? This cliffhanger marks the completion of Season 1, and Season 2 picks up from there.

A significant chunk of Season 2 takes place in the future, in 2162. With a focus on this future timeline, Season 2 is also replete with some iconic dystopian sci-fi tropes, and even makes some social commentary on our current state of politics and issues plaguing the world. It is also worth mentioning that Season 2 grows out of the crudeness of Season 1, works on improving it, and what viewers get is a much more refined sci-fi comedy that’s a joy to watch. Further, Season 2 does a marvelous job at exploring the best parts of each major character.

The evolution of ‘Future Man’ from Season 1 to Season 2 is also reflected in the critical reception of the show. While Season 1 was in no way a bad season, it left more to be desired. Season 2 took this opportunity by the horns, and delivered a brilliant show to viewers. Understandably thus, Rotten Tomatoes has given Season 1 a score of 82%, while Season 2 enjoys a perfect score of 100%. Overall, the show enjoys an impressive Rotten Tomatoes score of 91%, and a rating of 7.9 on IMDb.

Future Man Season 3 Release Date: When will it premiere?

Within a couple of months of Season 1 premiering, Hulu, on January 8, 2018, announced that ‘Future Man’ had been renewed for a second Season. A bit more than a year of the announcement, ‘Future Man’ Season 2 made its way to viewers’ screens on January 11, 2019.

After Season 2 has made a big, big splash, it was always expected that Hulu will want to capitalize on the growing popularity of the sci-fi comedy, — especially considering ‘Future Man’ is one of the stronger shows on Hulu’s roster. So, they did exactly that. On April 9, 2019, Hulu officially confirmed that ‘Future Man’ has been renewed for another season. The finale of Season 2, which ended with the trio of protagonists finding themselves in yet another dystopian timeline, ‘Future Man’ has set itself up nicely for a third season. 

Unfortunately, we don’t know yet when the next season will premiere. Our best guess is that Season 3 might premiere somtime in January, 2020. We will update this section with news about Season 3, including its release date, as and when information about the same surfaces. 

Future Man Trailer:

While you wait for news about Season 3 of ‘Future Man’, you could check out the trailer of Season 2 to get a glimpse of the dystopian world in which Josh, Tiger, and Wolf find themselves in. We will update this section with the trailer of Season 2, once Hulu releases the same. Do check back for updates.

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