Seth Rogen

Hulu's 'Future Man' is a sometimes predictable but enjoyable trip back to the future

Hulu's 'Future Man' is a sometimes predictable but enjoyable trip back to the future

"Future Man," which begins streaming Tuesday on Hulu, is a dark and sunny time travel comedy that, like a goofball "Stranger Things," wears its influences on its sleeve, around its neck and on the top of its head.

Created by Howard Overman (whose straight genre credits include "Misfits" and "Atlantis") with Ariel Shaffir and Kyle Hunter – who co-wrote the impertinent Pixar parody "Sausage Party" with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, who produce and direct here – it is, as those names might suggest, profane, obscene, sanguinary, silly and suspenseful by turns. And sometimes all at once.

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