Josh, Tiger and Wolf head to the future to fix more of their messes in season two of Future Man
If you loved the breakneck ride of a debut season that was filled to the brim with time travel paradoxes, ’80s movie riffs and, er, semen jokes, then just you wait for season two of Future Man.
Before the show returns this month, executive producer and co-creator Kyle Hunter promises (or should that be warns?) Red Alert that they spent their hiatus figuring out how to top the wildness of season one – and the result is an even crazier second year. “Hulu lets us do whatever we want, and doesn’t give us notes,” he says with blissful sincerity. “When you don’t have that, you can literally do anything. That kind of freedom creates weird shows.”
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