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Hulu shares trailer for The First, a drama about the first manned mission to Mars

By Shawn Knight
Jul 26, 2018
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  1. Hulu has published a debut trailer for its upcoming original drama about the first manned mission to Mars.

    The First, from House of Cards creator Beau Willimon, stars Sean Penn as astronaut Tom Hagerty and Natascha McElhone, who plays Laz Ingram. The series will focus not only on the astronauts, but also their families and loved ones, as well as the ground crew back on Earth.

    Willimon last year said it’s a story about the human spirit, about our indomitable need to reach for unknown horizons, about people working toward the greatest pioneering achievement in human history and about the cost of that vision – the danger and sacrifice – emotional, psychological and physical – required to achieve it. “How ordinary, imperfect people band together and overcome a myriad of obstacles to grasp the extraordinary,” he added.

    The First is set to debut on September 14. It’s unclear if episodes will be released in a weekly fashion or all at once a la Netflix although if I had to guess, it’d be the former. Either way, it looks to be one of the more interesting originals from Hulu and one that I can’t wait to check out.

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  2. ShagnWagn

    ShagnWagn TS Guru Posts: 662   +489

    Hulu is a terrible streaming platform. Their video is washed out, and they only support 2-channel audio... forcing you to watch ads even when you choose a no-ad channel. really?? Unfortunately I guess I won't be watching this one. good luck anyway.
     
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  3. mbrowne5061

    mbrowne5061 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,161   +628

    Maybe they'll release a Blu-ray? Or will up their platform's game when it comes to streaming their own content - I'm not paying for a service where I have to watch ads. If I wanted that, I would watch cable.
     

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