Future Man (2017–2020)
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Josh Futturman feels stuck in his dead-end job as a janitor so all does is play Biotic Wars, an unbeatable videogame. But when Josh beats the game, visitors from the future appear: the world is in danger, and only Josh can save it.


Howard Overman (created by), Kyle Hunter (created by) | 6 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Josh Hutcherson ... Josh Futturman
Eliza Coupe ... Tiger
Derek Wilson ... Wolf
Ed Begley Jr. ... Gabe Futturman
Keith David ... Dr. Elias Kronish
Glenne Headly ... Diane Futturman
Britt Lower ... Jeri Elizabeth Lang
Haley Joel Osment ... Dr. Stu Camillo
Ron Funches ... Ray
Paul Scheer ... Paul
Awkwafina ... Woman at Video Game Store
Patrick Carlyle ... Young Skarsgaard
Mary Manofsky ... Grandma
Emily Hinkler ... Dr. Benson
Dennis Keiffer Dennis Keiffer ... Lead Biker


When Josh Futturman beats Biotic Wars, an unbeatable video game, mysterious visitors from the future appear: the world is in danger, and Josh is the only one who can save it.

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Josh mentions Halo when explaining his gamer record. Keith David plays the voice of the Arbiter in the Halo series of games. See more »


About a third of the way in, the Dr. Elias Kronish character miss attributes a Narcotics Anonymous saying to Albert Einstein. Quote: "Well it's like Einstien said, 'Insanity is doing the same over and over expecting a different result'." The earliest known version of the saying was in the Basic Text of Narcotics Anonymous which was published in 1982. See more »


References Quantum Leap (1989) See more »


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If you like profanity & vulgar innuendo every other minute, then this is for you.
19 March 2020 | by woodspritegardensSee all my reviews

I forwarded through most of it, & won't be watching the rest of the episodes. The plot was interesting, but massively poorly executed, & the dialog was horrendous. I should have known it was made in the US, as they can't make any film, without, profanity, vulgar/potty "humor", or bodily functions, in them.

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