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Freaks and Geeks fans, rejoice.
James Franco and Seth Rogen have teamed up for another show about teens in the past, but this one will be helmed by writer and iconic tweeter Kelly Oxford over at Hulu. The untitled project, which is still in the early stages of development, will take place in the ’90s.
5 of my favorite things: 90's, teens, Franco, Rogen and Hulu. https://t.co/ALuPQC0yFp— kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) March 23, 2017
While no casting information is available yet, the production team is stacked. According to Variety: “Franco and Rogen will serve as executive producers… along with Franco’s producing partner Vince Jolivette and Rogen’s longtime collaborator Evan Goldberg.”
Each episode will be an hour long. Beyond that, little else has been announced.
H/T A.V. Club
Christine Friar is a writer and editor in New York who focuses on streaming entertainment and internet culture. Her work has appeared in the Awl, the Fader, New York Magazine, Paper Magazine, Vogue, Elle, and more.