Ron Swanson takes on a very dark role in the new FX on Hulu series.
FX's latest series, Devs, which will premiere exclusively on Hulu on March 5, looks like a real winner. Written and directed by Alex Garland (Ex Machina, Annihilation), the series looks to be a continuation of the filmmaker's hot sci-fi streak. Late last year, Garland said in an interview that frustration with film studios led to his medium move. He also wanted to tell a story in eight hours. (Devs will run for 8 episodes and likely only be one season.) Garland said the concept of determinism inspired much of the story.
Aside from all that, however, we don't know too much about the series. The basic premise: a computer engineer who investigates the disappearance (some say death?) of her boyfriend (some say husband) at the strange tech company in which she works. These series are best entered blind, anyway, so don't let the ambiguity scare you off.
As you watch, though, you may recognize a few faces in the cast, including a very evil Nick Offerman. So, before you start scratching your head even more (the series will be plenty complicated), here's where you might have seen these actors before.
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