Hulu uncovered the impending delivery dates for its fall plan including the arrival of most loved firsts The Great and Animaniacs, just as green bean series Dopesick, from Empire’s Danny Strong.
First up is the eight-scene restricted series Dopesick—in light of Beth Macy’s smash hit book—which gives watchers a yearning, frightening, and convincing investigate the focal point of America’s battle with narcotic habit. It stars Michael Keaton, Ray McKinnon, Rosario Dawson, and Peter Sarsgaard, among others. It debuts on Oct. 13.
Season 2 of the period dramedy The Great will be delivered on Nov. 19. with Gillian Anderson joining the cast as Catherine’s (Elle Fanning) mother, Joana. Furthermore, Hulu is prodding a turbulent season as Catherine at long last takes the Russian seat for her own — yet in the event that she thought overthrow ing her better half was troublesome, it’s nothing contrasted with the real factors of “freeing” a country that would not like to be.
Other delivery dates incorporate bunches of foodie content. Dough punchers Dozen (debuting Oct. 7) follows 13 novice dough punchers as they fight against prepared experts for the pined for best position, facilitated by Tamera Mowry-Housley.
The Next Thing You Eat is a six-scene docuseries that investigates the eventual fate of food from gourmet specialist David Chang and Academy Award-winning narrative movie producer Morgan Neville debuting Oct. 21.
What’s more, Padma Lakshi has Taste the Nation: Holiday Edition debuting on Nov. 4, about her excursion traversing the U.S. featuring the exceptional practices of various worker societies as a component of this four-section uncommon.