Hulu Unveils First Look At James Franco & Aaron Paul In Spring Dramas

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Your New Year's resolutions are going out the window. Thanks to Hulu, it seems very unlikely that you'll be leaving the house or going anywhere without a decent Wi-Fi connection for the next few months.

Sorry, but sitting on the couch and basking in the warm glow of your laptop may prove too tempting now that Hulu has released the trailers for its two new dramas. Both are out soon. Both feature big stars. Both look certain to provide thrills and chills.

First up is 11.22.63, an eight-part "event series" fittingly premiering on Presidents' Day (February 15). J.J. Abrams' adaptation of Stephen King's novel stars James Franco as a high school teacher who travels back in time to thwart the assassination of President Kennedy. Yes, that's the late, great George O'Malley with him.
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Meanwhile, Jesse Pinkman of Breaking Bad is all grown up and contemplating a crisis of faith in The Path, premiering March 30. Aaron Paul and Michelle Monaghan play a couple struggling within their religious cult, overseen by a spellbinding Hugh Dancy. Crank up "Losing My Religion" and keep an eye out for Minka Kelly in this drama from the executive producer of Friday Night Lights and Parenthood.
Video: Courtesy Hulu.
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