The Best Shows On Hulu Right Now, Ranked

Published on 14 Aug 1919
movie news The Best Shows On Hulu Right Now, Ranked

Last Updated: August 13th

As many different services vie for your attention, Hulu has really upped the ante in terms of its streaming catalog. While Netflix may have the upper-hand when it comes to original series, Hulu still boasts an impressive lineup of TV shows that you can’t find anywhere else, including some of their more recent in-house productions. So here are the 30 best shows on Hulu right now, ranked.

Related: The Best Romantic Comedies On Hulu Right Now

FX

1. Fargo

3 seasons, 30 episodes | IMDb: 9/10

The announcement that the relatively unknown producer Noah Hawley would be turning the classic film Fargo into an anthology series, it was met with a hehy dose of skepticism. However, by the end of the first episode, fans were hooked. Instead of a rote retelling of the classic crime tale, viewers were treated to a top-notch cast, shocking violence, incredible character names, and stunning visuals. While honoring the legacy of the original film in the details, Fargo managed to become a unique and essential addition to the current television landscape.

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2. Atlanta

2 seasons, 21 episodes | IMDb: 8.6/10

It’s not enough to praise Atlanta for being the most inventive show on TV - though plenty of critics have. To understand the genius of Donald Glover’s sometimes-comedy series, you simply have to watch it. The show follows Glover’s Earn, a young black man living in the titular city who’s down on his luck. He’s basically homeless when we meet him in the first episode, selling credit cards, making no money and trying to manage the rap career of his cousin, Paper Boi Brian Tyree Henry. Over the course of the first and second season, Earn wrestles with issues of race, classism, and his own sense of self-worth. It’s a show that will probably feel familiar to some and strangely alien to others, but it should be required viewing for everyone.

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3. Parks and Recreation

7 seasons, 123 episodes | IMDb: 8.6/10

There simply isn’t a better show to binge watch when you need a pick me up than Parks and Recreation. Hilarious, smart, and relentlessly sunny, Parks and Recreation is a balm to weary viewers. Amy Poehler’s Leslie Knope has joined the ranks of television icons, but the supporting cast is no less wonderful. If you’re looking for a show about good people trying to do good things while making good jokes, Parks and Recreation will be your new favorite show. While the first season feels a bit too much like a riff on The Office, it finds its feet in season two and never lets up. While so much of today’s comedy is mired in cynicism, Parks and Recreation will make you want to do better. It also gets better with each rewatch, so pour yourself some Snake Juice and enjoy.

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4. 30 Rock

7 seasons, 138 episodes | IMDb: 8.2/10

Few shows have as many jokes per minute as 30 Rock. The brainchild of Tina Fey, 30 Rock shows the daily madness of an SNL-like variety show, which Fey’s Liz Lemon at the helm. As she tries sometimes failing to wrangle her writers and her actors Tracy Morgan and Jane Krakowski, Lemon also attempts the ever elusive dream of “having it all.” Her quest will feel very, very familiar to viewers, particularly women, as they try and balance, work, life, love, and even a small bit of success. With Alec Baldwin turning in his best performance to date come at me, Glengarry Glen Ross fans as Jack Donaghy, Lemon’s boss, mentor, and eventual friend, 30 Rock has the perfect blend of weirdness, sharp writing, and genuine laughs that will make it a favorite for years to come.

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5. The Handmaid’s Tale

3 seasons, 34 episodes | IMDb: 8.5/10

Although Margaret Atwood’s novel was published back in 1985, the series premiere in 2017 still felt relevant as hell and earned it a spot among our best TV shows of 2017 list. America as we know it is no more, taken over by a Christian fundamentalist organization and newly christened Gilead. However, things are not as idyllic as the name would suggest, as women are no longer allowed to have jobs, rights, hold property, or have any sort of agency. Instead they are either handmaids, a select few still-fertile women who are essentially used as broodmares for powerful men, and Marthas, who work in the rich households. Elisabeth Moss turns in a strong performance as Ofglen, the titular handmaid who is trying to survive and escape to her fugitive family, but Alexis Bledel steals the show in a devastating supporting turn. The Handmaid’s Tale grabs viewers by the face and demands that they keep watching from the get-go, but prepare to get a little angry as the series progresses.

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6. Seinfeld

9 seasons, 171 episodes | IMDb: 8.9/10

For a show about nothing, Seinfeld has left a cultural imprint that few shows can boast of achieving. Back before shows about neurotic people were the latest trend, Jerry Seinfeld blended his own neuroses with his stand up act, creating a New York landscape that many could relate to. With stories based on the minutiae of relationships and every day living, Seinfeld embedded itself in the cultural zeitgeist like few shows have done. Even if you’ve never seen an episode, you still know about the Soup Nazi and Newman. Plus, Veep fans will enjoy seeing a pre-presidential Julia Louis-Dreyfus as the hilariously frazzled Elaine Benes. If you’ve been meaning to watch the show that has made people laugh for decades, Hulu has you covered.

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7. Buffy the Vampire Slayer

7 seasons, 144 episodes | IMDb: 8.2/10

Joss Whedon has gone on to giant blockbusters since his days on The WB, but Buffy the Vampire Slayer will forever be his magnum opus. Buffy offered the perfect blend of horror, comedy, and feels, with episodes and characters that have stuck with viewers for years. Sarah Michelle Gellar’s titular slayer perfectly balanced the ordinary pains of growing up against the extraordinary and supernatural circumstances that come with living on a Hellmouth. The clothing and catchphrases might be deeply rooted in the 󈨞s, but the themes are timeless. Even if you don’t know your standard demon curse from an ancient rune, Buffy is essential. It’ll rip your heart out, but you’ll like it anyway.

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8. Community

6 seasons, 110 episodes | IMDb: 8.5/10

Has there ever been a sitcom as downright clever as Community? Aside from the gas leak year, Community was quicker than nearly every other comedy out there, with jokes flying fast but also taking seasons to reach a punchline. After getting caught with a phony degree, former lawyer Jeff Winger Joel McHale heads to Greendale Community College to get a legitimate degree. There he gets into increasingly hilarious hijinks with his Spanish study group. Between paintball wars, zombie outbreaks, and the increasingly ridiculous presence of Senor Chang Ken Jeong, Community is never, ever boring. Quit living in the darkest timeline and get to watching.

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Published on 16 Aug 1919
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Kiran Sonia Sawar Pure, Brexit: The Uncivil War, Elizabeth Berrington In Bruges, Naked Ella Smith Ray & Liz, Kill Your Friends, Viola Prettejohn Counterpart, The Witcher Anna Devlin All The Money in the World, Hanna are set as series regulars and Martyn Ford The Intergalactic Adventures of Max Cloud, The Marine: Close Quarters will recur in The Nevers’ HBO’s straight-to-series drama from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator and The Avengers writer/director Joss Whedon.

Co-written by Whedon and Buffy alums Jane Espenson and Doug Petrie and directed by Whedon, The Nevers is an epic science fiction drama about a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities, relentless enemies, and a mission that might change the world.

The six actors join lead Laura Donnelly along with previously cast Olivia Williams, James Norton, Tom Riley, Ann Skelly, Ben Chaplin, Pip Torrens, Zackary Momoh, Amy Manson, Nick Frost, Rochelle Neil, Eleanor Tomlinson and Denis O'Hare.

Sawar will play Harriet Kaur. A young Scottish Sikh, Harriet lives with the Orphans, but is accepted by both her family and her betrothed. Optimistic without being naive, Harriet is determined to live her life as she planned, despite its increasing weirdness.

Berrington is Lucy Best. Dirt poor, adaptive, streetwise. There's nothing delicate about Lucy, though she's given up thieving to live with the Orphans. Her quick-wit and high spirits mask the pain of a tragic past.

Smith will portray Desirée Blodgett. A whore, and an increasingly popular one: her power makes men tell her everything on their minds, and they come away relieved in more than one sense. Unfortunately, what she's heard may get her killed, even though she honestly doesn't listen to most of it. She's devoted to her six year old son, who, bless him, never speaks.

Prettejohn will play Myrtle Haplisch. A middle-class girl rescued from a family who cannot understand her – literally, as she can no longer speak English, or anything resembling speech. She’s thrilled to be living at the orphanage, where she’s everyone’s favorite weird little mascot.

Devlin is Primrose Chattoway. All 16-year-old Primrose wants is to be a proper, ordinary girl, and not take up too much space. Which, at ten feet tall, is hard. Most everything is either dreamy, unfair, or too embarrassing to live through.

Ford will play Nicolas Perbal, aka Odium – The quintessential henchman. He looks as unpleasant as he smells – a side-effect if his rather surprising “turn“. Will do any kind of work for anybody's money.

Whedon, who serves as showrunner and also directs, executive produces with Espenson, Petrie and Bernie Caulfield.

Sawar and Berrington are repped by United Agents. Smith is represented by Wishlab and Gersh in the U.S. and Independent Talent Group in the UK. Prettejohn is repped by Waring and McKenna. Devlin is repped by Olivia Bell. Ford is repped by The BWH Agency in the UK.

Source: deadline.com

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Published on 01 Aug 1919
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CBS has found its new head of casting.

ABC's Claudia Lyon has replaced the embattled Peter Golden and has been appointed exec vp talent and casting for the broadcast network.

Lyon fills the void created by Golden's May resignation. Golden stepped down from his longtime position after his name surfaced in connection with two controversies surrounding culture at CBS.

Golden was mentioned in a November New York Times exposé about former CBS CEO Les Moonves, in which thte casting exec was told to make an offer to actress Bobbie Phillips after she claimed Moonves had sexually assaulted her. In April, former CBS diversity and inclusion exec Whitney Davis wrote in an essay that Golden "doesn't find minority performers to be as talented as white actors. Golden claimed he didn't know the intent behind Moonves' request at the time and called Davis' claims "categorically untrue."

In her new role, Lyon will oversee all talent and casting operations for CBS' primetime and daytime programming, limited series, ernative programs and specials. The news was announced Wednesday by CBS Entertainment president Kelly Kahl and senior exec vp Thom Sherman.

“Claudia's tremendous experience, impressive insight and obvious passion for the casting process made us stand up and take notice during this search process,“ said Kahl. “She's highly respected across the industry, and we're excited to have her join the CBS team.“ Added Sherman, “Claudia has an extraordinary creative perspective and a keen eye for identifying talent, as shown by her impressive résumé. We can't wait for her to get started.“

Lyon comes to CBS from ABC, where she was vp talent and casting &mdash a role she held since 2006. During her run with Disney, she oversaw casting for all ABC Studios and ABC Signature pilots and primetime series including Grey's Anatomy, How to Get Away With Murder, Black-ish, Grown-ish, and Criminal Minds. Before that, she oversaw casting of ABC's Ugly Betty and Modern Family while also spearheading ABC's global and digital initiatives unit, ABC Discovers. Before joining Disney, Lyon was vp casting and talent at the former WB Network, where she oversaw casting of hits including Dawson's Creek, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Felicity, Gilmore Girls, Smallville, Supernatural and One Tree Hill.

As for ABC, casting head Ayo Davis was promoted to exec vp in June and added oversight of forthcoming streaming service Disney+ to her purview.

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Source: Hollywood Reporter

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Published on 31 Jul 1919
movie news The Best Shows On Hulu Right Now, Ranked

Last Updated: July 30th

As many different services vie for your attention, Hulu has really upped the ante in terms of its streaming catalog. While Netflix may have the upper-hand when it comes to original series, Hulu still boasts an impressive lineup of TV shows that you can’t find anywhere else, including some of their more recent in-house productions. So here are the 30 best shows on Hulu right now, ranked.

Related: The Best Comedies On Hulu Right Now

FX

1. Fargo

3 seasons, 30 episodes | IMDb: 9/10

The announcement that the relatively unknown producer Noah Hawley would be turning the classic film Fargo into an anthology series, it was met with a hehy dose of skepticism. However, by the end of the first episode, fans were hooked. Instead of a rote retelling of the classic crime tale, viewers were treated to a top-notch cast, shocking violence, incredible character names, and stunning visuals. While honoring the legacy of the original film in the details, Fargo managed to become a unique and essential addition to the current television landscape.

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2. Atlanta

2 seasons, 21 episodes | IMDb: 8.6/10

It’s not enough to praise Atlanta for being the most inventive show on TV - though plenty of critics have. To understand the genius of Donald Glover’s sometimes-comedy series, you simply have to watch it. The show follows Glover’s Earn, a young black man living in the titular city who’s down on his luck. He’s basically homeless when we meet him in the first episode, selling credit cards, making no money and trying to manage the rap career of his cousin, Paper Boi Brian Tyree Henry. Over the course of the first and second season, Earn wrestles with issues of race, classism, and his own sense of self-worth. It’s a show that will probably feel familiar to some and strangely alien to others, but it should be required viewing for everyone.

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3. Parks and Recreation

7 seasons, 123 episodes | IMDb: 8.6/10

There simply isn’t a better show to binge watch when you need a pick me up than Parks and Recreation. Hilarious, smart, and relentlessly sunny, Parks and Recreation is a balm to weary viewers. Amy Poehler’s Leslie Knope has joined the ranks of television icons, but the supporting cast is no less wonderful. If you’re looking for a show about good people trying to do good things while making good jokes, Parks and Recreation will be your new favorite show. While the first season feels a bit too much like a riff on The Office, it finds its feet in season two and never lets up. While so much of today’s comedy is mired in cynicism, Parks and Recreation will make you want to do better. It also gets better with each rewatch, so pour yourself some Snake Juice and enjoy.

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4. 30 Rock

7 seasons, 138 episodes | IMDb: 8.2/10

Few shows have as many jokes per minute as 30 Rock. The brainchild of Tina Fey, 30 Rock shows the daily madness of an SNL-like variety show, which Fey’s Liz Lemon at the helm. As she tries sometimes failing to wrangle her writers and her actors Tracy Morgan and Jane Krakowski, Lemon also attempts the ever elusive dream of “having it all.” Her quest will feel very, very familiar to viewers, particularly women, as they try and balance, work, life, love, and even a small bit of success. With Alec Baldwin turning in his best performance to date come at me, Glengarry Glen Ross fans as Jack Donaghy, Lemon’s boss, mentor, and eventual friend, 30 Rock has the perfect blend of weirdness, sharp writing, and genuine laughs that will make it a favorite for years to come.

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5. The Handmaid’s Tale

3 seasons, 34 episodes | IMDb: 8.5/10

Although Margaret Atwood’s novel was published back in 1985, the series premiere in 2017 still felt relevant as hell and earned it a spot among our best TV shows of 2017 list. America as we know it is no more, taken over by a Christian fundamentalist organization and newly christened Gilead. However, things are not as idyllic as the name would suggest, as women are no longer allowed to have jobs, rights, hold property, or have any sort of agency. Instead they are either handmaids, a select few still-fertile women who are essentially used as broodmares for powerful men, and Marthas, who work in the rich households. Elisabeth Moss turns in a strong performance as Ofglen, the titular handmaid who is trying to survive and escape to her fugitive family, but Alexis Bledel steals the show in a devastating supporting turn. The Handmaid’s Tale grabs viewers by the face and demands that they keep watching from the get-go, but prepare to get a little angry as the series progresses.

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6. Seinfeld

9 seasons, 171 episodes | IMDb: 8.9/10

For a show about nothing, Seinfeld has left a cultural imprint that few shows can boast of achieving. Back before shows about neurotic people were the latest trend, Jerry Seinfeld blended his own neuroses with his stand up act, creating a New York landscape that many could relate to. With stories based on the minutiae of relationships and every day living, Seinfeld embedded itself in the cultural zeitgeist like few shows have done. Even if you’ve never seen an episode, you still know about the Soup Nazi and Newman. Plus, Veep fans will enjoy seeing a pre-presidential Julia Louis-Dreyfus as the hilariously frazzled Elaine Benes. If you’ve been meaning to watch the show that has made people laugh for decades, Hulu has you covered.

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7. Buffy the Vampire Slayer

7 seasons, 144 episodes | IMDb: 8.2/10

Joss Whedon has gone on to giant blockbusters since his days on The WB, but Buffy the Vampire Slayer will forever be his magnum opus. Buffy offered the perfect blend of horror, comedy, and feels, with episodes and characters that have stuck with viewers for years. Sarah Michelle Gellar’s titular slayer perfectly balanced the ordinary pains of growing up against the extraordinary and supernatural circumstances that come with living on a Hellmouth. The clothing and catchphrases might be deeply rooted in the 󈨞s, but the themes are timeless. Even if you don’t know your standard demon curse from an ancient rune, Buffy is essential. It’ll rip your heart out, but you’ll like it anyway.

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8. Community

6 seasons, 110 episodes | IMDb: 8.5/10

Has there ever been a sitcom as downright clever as Community? Aside from the gas leak year, Community was quicker than nearly every other comedy out there, with jokes flying fast but also taking seasons to reach a punchline. After getting caught with a phony degree, former lawyer Jeff Winger Joel McHale heads to Greendale Community College to get a legitimate degree. There he gets into increasingly hilarious hijinks with his Spanish study group. Between paintball wars, zombie outbreaks, and the increasingly ridiculous presence of Senor Chang Ken Jeong, Community is never, ever boring. Quit living in the darkest timeline and get to watching.

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Published on 31 Jul 1919
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Joss Whedon’s newest series has its cast. On Tuesday, HBO announced the ensemble for the upcoming “The Nevers”, a sci-fi Victorian-era drama that sees a group of women dealing with some inexplicable abilities.

Among the new additions to the cast is Olivia Williams, who’ll be reuniting with Whedon after previously appearing in his most recent network series “Dollhouse”. Williams recently concluded her work on the canceled-too-early Starz espionage drama “Counterpart”, which featured her as a series regular. In “The Nevers” she’ll play Lavinia Bidlow, the proprietor of an orphanage where those with special powers &mdash known as the “Touched” &mdash gather.

James Norton also joins the cast as the operator behind a club and blackmailing ring who looks into various incidents related to the Touched. Norton will soon appear in another imminent period piece, Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of “Little Women”. Laura Donnelly was previously announced as the lead of the series, the volatile hero Amalia True.

Among the rest of the cast playing characters in Lavinia and Amalia’s respective orbits is: Tom Riley, Ann Skelly, Ben Chaplin, Pip Torrens, Zackary Momoh, and Amy Manson. Together, they help make up a group of detectives, doctors, and criminals who help build out the greater world of this Victorian neighborhood, where lines are often drawn between who is and isn’t an acceptable member of society.

It appears that Nick Frost will play one of the more ethically ambiguous characters of the series. As “The Beggar King,” he’ll be a criminal boss looking to help the efforts of Amalia and the Touched, if the price is right.

Alongside Rochelle Neil and Eleanor Tomlinson, “The Nevers” will also feature Denis O’Hare as a talented &ndash  but most likely sadistic &ndash  surgeon.

“The Nevers” is the first time that Whedon will serve as a showrunner on a series since the initial five seasons of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Longtime collaborators Jane Espenson and Doug Petrie will also serve as writers on the show. All three will join Bernie Caulfield as the series’ executive producers.

Source: Indiewire

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Published on 31 Jul 1919
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HBO is rounding out cast for The Nevers, its straight-to-series drama from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator and The Avengers writer/director Joss Whedon. Joining lead Laura Donnelly are Olivia Williams Miss Austen Regrets, James Norton Grantchester, Tom Riley Dark Heart, Ann Skelly Death and Nightingales, Ben Chaplin The Children Act, Pip Torrens The Crown, Zackary Momoh Seven Seconds, Amy Manson Torchwood, Nick Frost Fighting With My Family, Rochelle Neil Death in Paradise, Eleanor Tomlinson Poldark and Denis O’Hare This Is Us.

Co-written by Whedon and Buffy alums Jane Espenson and Doug Petrie and directed by Whedon, The Nevers is an epic science fiction drama about a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities, relentless enemies, and a mission that might change the world.

Williams will play Lavinia Bidlow. A wehy spinster and champion of the “Touched”, Lavinia funds the Orphanage where Amalia and many of the Touched live through her vast family fortune. She is stern and old-fashioned, but as strong-willed and clever as anyone she confronts.

Norton is Hugo Swan, a pansexual posh boy whose charm has about five years left on its lease. He runs a secret club and a side trade in blackmail. He's devoted to fulfilling everyone's worst impression of him – and fascinated by the Touched.

Riley portrays Augustus “Augie” Bidlow, a sweet, disarming nerd and Lavinia's younger brother. A keen ornithologist, Augie is happy to let his older sister take the reins of the family fortune. He finds the Touched unnerving, but is drawn to them by his increasing infatuation with Miss Adair, and by the schemes of his nefarious best friend, Hugo.

Skelly is Penance Adair, Amalia's Donnelly dearest friend, and one of the first women to join her cause. A devout &ndash yet heretically progressive &ndash Irish girl, Penance has genius for invention. She is delighted by her power, and her default is love and acceptance. But she's firm in her moral sense, and will be guided by what's right over what's expedient every time.

Chaplin portrays Detective Frank Mundi. Big, gruff, and deeply moral, Detective Mundi trusts no one, least of all himself: his reputation for sudden violence and excessive drink is not unwarranted. Frank finds himself caught between the powerful, who ignore the the laws of the land, and newly empowered, who ignore the laws of physics.

Torrens is Lord Massen – Staunch, unflappable and merciless in his defense of the British Empire, this former General, now Peer, may be the only man who sees clearly what havoc these few strange people can wreak upon the established order. Which he will protect, one way or another.

Momoh plays Doctor Horatio Cousens. One of the few successful West Indian physicians in London. Married with a young son, Horatio's fortunes took a dark turn when he met Amalia and discovered his own ability. Now he works with her, and with the Beggar King, those who don't care who is or isn't “different.“

Manson is Maladie. Committed by her husband and genuinely unstable, she's been warped by a power she can't understand, and tortured by doctors intent on finding its source. She now lives underground, runs a gang and is on an infamous murder spree. She affects a theatrical parody of a bedlam waif, but mad as she is, she's a woman with a purpose.

Frost will play Declan Orrun, aka The Beggar King. Charismatic and brutal, Declan runs – or has a piece of – most of the low-level criminal activity in the city. He's perfectly happy to help Amalia and her cause – and equally happy to sell them out. He backs winners, and the Touched are long odds.

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Neil is Annie Carbey, aka Bonfire, Annie is a career criminal who landed the ability to control fire and is happy to hire it out. Came up rough, stayed that way, but she's neither impulsive nor cruel – just looking out for herself. No matter who she works with or for, Annie trusts only Annie, and the fire.

Tomlinson plays Mary Brighton. Gentle but surprisingly resilient, Mary pursued her dream of singing on stage. A disappointing career and a broken engagement haven't diminished her spirit. She's going to be great. She's going to be very surprised how.

O'Hare portrays Dr. Edmund Hague. A gifted American surgeon, he uses his skills in the coldest, most brutal way possible. But it's all in the name of progress!

Whedon, who serves as showrunner and also directs, executive produces with Espenson, Petrie and Bernie Caulfield.

Williams’ TV credits include title roles in Miss Austen Regrets and Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures, as well Dollhouse, Manhattan, The Halcyon and Counterpart among others. An accomplished stage actress, Williams’ theatre work includes Tartuffe, Mosquitoes, Love's Labours Lost, Waste, Happy Now? and Richard III at the National. On film, she has been seen in films including The Ghost Writer and An Education.

Norton will next be seen in Sony’s Greta Gerwig-helmed film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic Little Women and in Agnieszka Holland's politically charged film Mr. Jones, as well as Amanda Coe’s six-part drama for BBC One, The Trial of Christine Keeler. He was most recently seen reprising his role of Sidney Chambers in his fourth and final season of Grantchester.

Riley stars in ITV’s mini-series Dark Heart, based off Adam Creed's Wagstaff novel, which just finished its second season. His previous credits include Amazon limited series The Collection, ITV’s Monroe, limited series Ill Behavior and as Leonardo Da Vinci in Starz’s Da Vinci’s Demons. Recent film credits include Extinction for Netflix and Ghost Light.

Skelley’s recent television work includes playing the female lead, Beth Winters, opposite Jamie Dornan and Matthew Rhys in BBC2’s Death and Nightingales, and she recently wrapped filming on a new feature film, Rosie Plays Julie.

Chaplin’s most recent credits include Ian McEwan’s The Children Act, David Yates’ The Legend of Tarzan and Oliver Stone’s Snowden. Chaplin can soon be seen in the television miniseries Press on PBS, and the feature film Roads opposite Dunkirk's Fionn Whitehead.

Torrens was recently seen as Tommy Lascelles in The Crown. His other TV credits include Preacher, Patrick Melrose, Poldark, Death and Nightingales, Versailles, War and Peace and Grantchester. Film credits include Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Darkest Hour and The Danish Girl, among others.

Momoh can next be seen in The Shining sequel Doctor Sleep, as well as in the Cynthia Erivo-led Harriet Tubman biopic Harriet, starring in the role of Harriet's husband, both slated for a November release. Additional credits for Momoh include his role as Seth Butler in the critically acclaimed Netflix series, Seven Seconds, along with Sky's Camping, and BBC's Doctors.

Manson’s screen credits include roles in Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood, a recurring role in the BBC's Being Human and as Medea in the BBC’s Atlantis and Queen Merida inABC’s Once Upon a Time. Her film work includes Estranged and Edie.

Frost most recently starred alongside Dwayne Johnson, Lena Headey and Vince Vaughn in Fighting With My Family, and in Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans. In 2017, Frost founded production company Stolen Picture with Simon Pegg. His TV credits include Into the Badlands and Sky Atlantic series Sick Note.

Neil’s TV credits include British series Death in Paradise and Law and Order: UK, as well as a recurring role in Showtime’s Episodes. She can be seen in the lead female role in the second season of Hulu/Sky Atlantic drama series Das Boot and in Terminator: Dark Fate.

Tomlinson can be seen as Demelza in BBC One’s BAFTA-winning drama Poldark. She was most recently seen in Colette, alongside Kiera Knightley and Dominic West. She previously starred in BBC One’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Ordeal by Innocence. Next up, she will play the leading role in BBC One's The War of the Worlds, opposite Rafe Spall.

O'Hare, Emmy-nominated for a guest-starring role on This Is Us, most recently was seen in a key role alongside Meryl Streep in Season 2 of HBO's critically acclaimed series, Big Little Lies, as well as opposite Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling in Amazon's comedy Late Night. He will soon be seen starring in The Parting Glass, a film he penned that is based on his Irish family.

Williams is represented by ICM and ITG in the UK. Norton is represented by WME and The Artists Partnership in the UK. Riley is represented by ICM, Principal Entertainment and Conway Van Gelder Grant in London. Skelly is represented by Conway van Gelder Grant in the UK and The Lisa Richards in Ireland. Chaplin is represented by UTA, Principal Entertainment and Independent Talent Group in the UK. Torrens is represented by Independent Talent. Momoh is represented by United Talent Agency and Identity Agency Group in the UK, as well as Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren & Richman. Manson is represented by Coronel Group and Independent Talent Group. Frost is represented by UTA, Think Tank Management, Troika in the UK. Neil is represented by IAG. Tomlinson is represented by Gersh, Conway van Gelder Grant in the UK, and Omni Artists. O'Hare is represented by Innovative Artists.

Source: deadline.com

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