'Maggie' on Hulu: Plot, cast, date and all the latest buzz about comedy series
Hulu subscribers are eagerly waiting for the release of the new comedy-drama ‘Maggie.’ Created by Justin Adler and Maggie Mull, the series will answer the question of how to find the one when we know that not every relationship lasts long.
This is the second time Adler and Mull are collaborating since they have already worked together on the CBS sitcom, ‘Life in Pieces.’ The idea for the series is derived from a short film, directed by Tim Curcio, where a psychic sees herself in a stranger’s reading.
When does 'Maggie' release and where can you watch it?
‘Maggie’ will premiere on July 6, 2022, on Hulu. It will consist of 13 episodes. You need an active Hulu subscription to watch the show, which comes at a price of $6.99 and $12.99 per month, and $69.99 per year.
What is the plot of 'Maggie'?
According to Hulu’s description, dating is hard and becomes harder when someone is psychic. Maggie’s gift lets her see the future of all the people she meets every day. However, when she catches a glimpse of her destiny after meeting a stranger, her romantic life gets complicated.
Speaking about the inspiration behind the series, Maggie Mull told Glamour Magazine that it was inspired by how Maggie’s psychic gift works as a metaphor for the uncertainties, hunches, and gut feelings experienced by everyone. She stated that we may not be psychic but we all have a glimpse of the future where things may or may not work out.
Who stars in 'Maggie'?
Rebecca Rittenhouse plays the lead role in ‘Maggie’ alongside Kerri Kenney, Chris Elliott, Nichole Sakura, Ray Ford, Angelique Cabral, Leonardo Nam, and Chloe Bridges.
The actress gained recognition for her appearance as Cody LeFever in the ABC soap opera, ‘Blood & Oil.’ She has also portrayed Dr Anna Ziev in the romantic comedy ‘The Mindy Project’ and Maggie in an episode of the horror anthology, ‘Into the Dark.’
Latest buzz about 'Maggie'
Most people are considering the trailer to be a grown-up version of a sitcom like ‘That’s So Raven.’ But this is a funny take on fate and discovering our true love, alongside the question of the purpose of love if we understand how things are played out.
‘Maggie’ is created by Justin Adler and Maggie Mull. Adler and Mull are also the executive producers along with Evan Hayes and Jeff Morton. The upcoming show is produced by 20th Television, a part of Disney Television Studios.
The makers released a trailer for ‘Maggie’ two weeks ago. In the trailer, Maggie appears in a vision of someone else’s life and the man’s name is Ben. While she is coming around to the idea of a potential future where she and Ben are married with a child, a present-day curveball appears.