Hulu has announced an origin point for its latest drama, “The Path,” set to debut March 30.
The series focuses on a single family caught in the sway of a controversial cult, which forces them to question all they believe about faith, family and fidelity.
This examination of the darker side of belief seems like a departure for executive producer Jason Katims, who built his brand on family-friendly fare like “Friday Night Lights” and “Parenthood.” “The Path” comes from Universal Television and Katims’ True Jack Productions. Also executive-producing the series are True Jack’s head of development, Michelle Lee, and “Parenthood” alum Jessica Goldberg, who created the series and will write the whole of the 10-episode series.
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