The J.J. Abrams (Cloverfield) produced miniseries 11-22-63 is slated to make its world premiere today on Hulu. The show, which is based on a Stephen King tome, finds a high school teacher traveling back in time in an attempt to stop the Kennedy assassination. The only problem is that he starts to like his life in the 1960s more than he likes his existence in the present day.
The limited series consists of eight episodes, all of which will be available on the streaming platform today. It stars James Franco (This is the End), Chris Cooper (The Bourne Identity), Sarah Gadon (Dracula Untold), Cherry Jones (The Village), and Lucy Fry (The Darkness). The early reviews have been favorable, so this one may be well worth checking out!