Hulu Subscribers Are Giving Their New Miniseries ‘Shogun’ A 10/10: ‘Go Watch!!’

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Hulu has once again struck gold with its latest miniseries, Shogun. Shogun is a historical drama set in 1600 Japan, and it’s already captivating audiences with its gripping storyline.

Created by Rachel Kondo and Justin Marks, the show follows the journey of English captain John Blackthorne, played by Cosmo Jarvis, who finds himself embroiled in the intricate political landscape of feudal Japan after being captured by Japanese forces. Find what fans are saying below.

Fans praise Shogun on Hulu

With only three episodes released so far, Shogun has already garnered a devoted fanbase, with viewers eagerly taking to social media to express their enthusiasm—and to compare it to Game of Thrones. One X user exclaimed, "This TV show is nuts, only 3 episodes out but I can't get enough. Y'all said we'll never get a greater series than GoT until you watch SHOGUN, I give it a 10/10 so far."

Another fan posted, "Shogun is my new favorite show on Television and streaming. Like go and watch it right freaking now! Stop reading this tweet and go and watch SHOGUN on Hulu or FX. This ain’t sponsored BS, this is me actively claiming it’s the best show on television right now!"

Many viewers have been won over by the show's compelling storyline and high production values. "I was very skeptical in the beginning but when I saw the trailer I was almost sold. Now after episode 3 I already love it. Go and watch #Shogun. Definitely worth it!" shared another X user.

At its core, Shogun is a political thriller, which is one of the main reasons it's drawn comparisons to the cultural phenomenon of Game of Thrones. With its epic scope, thrilling plot twists, and intricate political maneuverings, the series promises to keep viewers on the edge of their seats until the very end.

All in all, Hulu has once again proven its ability to deliver top-notch original content that resonates with audiences. As viewers eagerly await the release of the remaining episodes, one thing is clear: Shogun is a must-watch for anyone craving a gripping, immersive television experience.

Let's just hope in doesn't get cancelled like these shows.

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