"Future Man" is an American comedy streaming television series directed by Nisha Ganatra, Howard Overman, Kyle Hunter and Ariel Shaffir.
The starring cast includes Josh Hutcherson, Eliza Coupe, Derek Wilson, Glenne Headly, Haley Joel Osment, Ed Begley Jr., Seth Rogen, Sara Amini, Robert Craighead, Jade Catta-Preta and others.

Here are "Future Man" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Future Man TV series?

Hulu on Friday, March 27, 2020 released the trailer for "Future Man" you can watch here:
Future Man Season 3 - Trailer (Official) • A Hulu Original.

Plot summary

What is Future Man TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Future Man" TV series plot summary.

A janitor, Josh Futturman (Josh Hutcherson), successfully completes his favorite video game (that was considered unbeatable), Biotic Wars, when suddenly the game's two main characters, Tiger (Eliza Coupe) and Wolf (Derek Wilson), appear and recruit Josh to save the world from the real Biotic Wars. Josh and his companions travel through time to change the future.


Who plays who in the Future Man TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Future Man" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Josh Hutcherson  as Josh Futturman
Eliza Coupe  as Tiger
Derek Wilson  as Wolf
Glenne Headly  as Diane Futturman
Haley Joel Osment  as Dr. Stu Camillo
Ed Begley Jr.  as Gabe Futturman
Seth Rogen  as Susan
Sara Amini  as Thimble
Robert Craighead  as Detective Vincent Skarsgaard
Jade Catta-Preta  as Level
Shaun J. Brown  as Hatchet
Timothy Hornor  as Lathe
Rati Gupta  as Rake
Alyvia Alyn Lind  as Lugnut
Katherine LaNasa  as Athena
Artemis Pebdani  as Dr. Mina Ahmadi
Keith David  as Dr. Elias Kronish
Britt Lower  as Jeri Elizabeth Lang
Ricky Mabe  as Pump
Jason Scott Jenkins  as Carl
Kevin Caliber  as Blaze
Laurent Pitre  as Big Time
Paul Scheer  as Paul
Tim Johnson Jr.  as Jimmy McGurgan
Nicolas Grimes  as The Killing Machine
Kimberly Hebert Gregory  as Mathers
Nick Wyman  as Abraham Lincoln
Cedric Sanders  as Young Kronish
Taylor Autumn Bertman  as Young Tiger
Awkwafina  as Woman at Video Game Store
Hillary Anne Matthews  as Shiva
Massimo Diem  as Buddy Holly
Kash Abdulmalik  as Ladder
Patrick Cox  as Wrench
Lehi Makisi Falepapalangi  as Chisel Pitboss
Josh Cruddas  as Vincent Van Gogh
Holly Deveaux  as Marilyn Monroe
Christopher Tramantana  as Jesus
Fajer Al-Kaisi  as Bin Laden
Pierre-Michel Le Breton  as Francois
Diona Reasonover  as Estelle Kronish
Emmanuel Charest  as Jacques
Keedar Whittle  as Leslie
Timothy Simons  as Xenu
Patrick Carlyle  as Young Skarsgaard
Carla Gallo  as Dingo
Troy Brenna  as Apollo
Kannan Menon  as Gandhi
Greg Bryan  as Richards
Matt Medrano  as Pena
James Austin Johnson  as Young Gabe
Arun Varma  as Future Cop
David Theune  as Binx
Sophia Abiera  as Sowing Kid Singer
Jaime Moyer  as Clamp Barrowmaker
Carlisle J. Williams  as Martin Luther King Jr.
Alexis Lynne Baumert  as Sowing Kid Singer
Rahm Braslaw  as Sowing Kid Singer
Lili Brennan  as Sowing Kid Singer
Reece Cody  as Sowing Kid Singer
Chloe Ernsberger  as Sowing Kid Singer
Sydney Mae Estrella  as Sowing Kid Singer
Holger Moncada Jr.  as Miguel Santiago
Charlie Evans  as Sowing Kid Singer
Evan Kishiyama  as Sowing Kid Singer
Evelynn Ly  as Sowing Kid Singer
April Marshall-Miller  as Sowing Kid Singer
Kaliayh Rhambo  as Sowing Kid Singer
Rowan Smyth  as Sowing Kid Singer
Maximus Verso  as Sowing Kid Singer
Wyatt Walter  as Sowing Kid Singer
Jayden Zenaye  as Sowing Kid Singer
Heléne Yorke  as Randall
McKenna Cameron  as Stanley
Gwen Hollander  as Diane
Teneisha Collins  as Kenneth
Johnny Cortes  as Juan Pablo
Melissa Toussaint  as Electron
Paul Zinno  as James Dean
Kerri Kenney  as Forceps
Kristen Schaal  as Screw
Kurtwood Smith  as Vise
Megan Hayes  as SIGORN-E
David Koechner  as Barry Futturman
Charlie McDermott  as Barry Futturman
Parker Young  as Chase
Emily Alyn Lind  as Teenage Ty-Anne
Dave Silva  as Taco Vendor
Ahmad Dugas  as Club Bouncer
Will Forte  as CASSIN-E
Michelle Thrush  as Medicine Woman
Ron Funches  as Ray
Carolyn Hennesy  as Wanda
Martin Starr  as Lyle Karofsky
Cloie Wyatt Taylor  as Young Marigold
Londale Theus Jr.  as Tyler
Andrew Friedman  as Jefferson Breakfast
Aris Mendoza  as Police Officer
Matthew Gagnon  as Tech
Heather White  as Acona
Ronnie Clark  as Rick
Jon Daly  as Owl
Kathryn Taylor Smith  as Melinda
Kiana Jun Bartholomew  as 6-Year-Old Ty-Anne
Lilan Bowden  as Fox
Wayne Charles Baker  as Chief Kenthe
Robert Catrini  as Police Lieutenant
Diego Delpiano  as Young Wolf
Meghan Falcone  as Duvay
Emily Goss  as Vanessa
Corey Hart  as Corey Hart
J.T. Jackson  as Julius
Jeremy Lawson  as Rob
Pamela Shaddock  as Marigold
Jen Zaborowski  as Cindy
David Francis  as Old Man
Eddie Driscoll  as P.I.
Bill Kottkamp  as Head Caterer
Brian Oerly  as Lead Biker
Nikhil Pai  as Kotler
Stu 'Large' Riley  as Jimmy
Steve Terada  as Greg
Dennis Mencia  as Test Subject
Christian J. Simon  as Lil Jimmy McGurgan
Laurent Gagnon  as Fyodor Pavlov
Brandon Stinson  as 4-Year-Old Josh
Jamal Duff  as Burly Security Guard
Bárbara Garófalo  as Caterer #1
Alice Lo  as Kyung Lee
Mary Manofsky  as Grandma
Tim Mikulecky  as Lance
Dan Sachoff  as Reporter
Isla Farris  as Bean Kid
Krista Kalmus  as Relaxed Test Subject
Chala Hunter  as Amelia Earhart
Vieslav Krystyan  as Vladimir Ovechkin
Susan Berger  as Line Person
Elijah Isaiah Cook  as Lamar
Emily Hinkler  as Dr. Benson
Jordan L. Jones  as Ticket Taker
Kolten Kirschke  as Bully
Carly Shukiar  as Amber
Johnny Smith  as Budtender
Joshua Armando Ticas  as T-Bone
Staci Lynn Fletcher  as Rivet
Libby Matthews  as Networking
Christian Prentice  as Uniformed Dandy
Farelle Walker  as Customer
Nobuya Shimamoto  as Samurai
Sterling Alexander  as Frat Brother #1
Keith Blaney  as Lyft Driver
Beth Crosby  as Angry Driver
Amber Higgins  as Female Volleyball Player
Dennis Keiffer  as Lead Biker
Michele Panu  as Tiffany
Shakira Ja'nai Paye  as Female Customer
Randall Taylor  as Bus Passenger
Jeremy Fitzgerald  as Scary Figure #1
Serena Laney  as Cavewoman
Scott Dion Brown  as Bloodies Time Constable
Chris Mark  as Bruce Lee
Corey Dorris  as Frat Brother #2
Constance Ejuma  as Professor Apongyo
Hana Hayes  as Debbie
Drew James  as Young Gabe
Ginette Rhodes  as Maureen Skarsgaard
Sean Curley  as PA
Braulio Elicer  as Ritchie Valens
Dorien Davies  as Other Diner 1
Ian Gary  as Head Lab Tech
Rebecca King  as Sheryl
Joshua Walker  as Frat Brother #3
Mia Lynn Bangunan  as Little Girl
Raven Bowens  as Jennifer
James Frey  as Security Guard
Michelle Jubilee Gonzalez  as Eagle
Murphy Martin  as Other Diner 2
Megan Suri  as Daughter
Terral Altom  as Jesus
Marcy Goldman  as Funnel
Patricia Vecchio  as Shears Hairslicer
Ami Bejko  as Anne Frank
Ross Crain  as Officer Michaels
Max Lawrence  as Other Diner 3
Kyler Martin  as Little Boy
Joe Sachem  as Lockjaw Smasher
Anthony Hill  as Malcolm
Kavi Ladnier  as Mom
Francisco J. Rodriguez  as Kidnapped Husband
Katierose Donohue  as Kidnapped Wife
Caitlin Gallogly  as Mother with Baby
Minerva García  as Esmeralda
Joanna DeLane  as Maria Santiago
Jefferson Cox  as Dad
Laura Baranik  as Dasha Ovechkin
Lorna Kidjo  as Bride
Anne-Lise Nadeau  as Victorian Time Constable
Alexander Peganov  as Army officer
Jean-Pierre Picardy  as Victorian Time Constable
Jonathan Vanderzon  as Victorian Time Constable
Celeste Cook  as Protester
Felix Jerry Droz  as The Diner
Lia Hampton  as Diner Patron
Anthony Molinari  as Biker
Aleh Neliubin  as Diner Patron
Tess Porter  as Diner Hippie


What are Future Man filming details?

"Future Man" series are produced by Sony Pictures Television, Point Grey Pictures, Matt Tolmach Productions and Turkeyfoot Productions.

The average duration of each episode is 27 - 35 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Future Man TV series?

"Future Man" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 91/100.

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