- Director: Nisha Ganatra; Seth Rogen; Evan Goldberg
- Writer: Kyle Hunter; Ariel Shaffir et al.
- Producer: Mychelle Deschamps; Cindy Kerber; Jason Saville et al.
It looks as if Future Man has committed suicide...all the delicious madness of Season 1 has gone.
The blame falls entirely upon the [limp and insular] shoulders of the writers...they may have had a great time writing it...they forgot one thing: The audience.
Seriously...there is not one funny line, no coherent story...and, Josh Hutcherson seems to be more of a supporting actor rather than the star! With 23 people credited in the production team...surely, one them ought to have thought [and vocalised]...this is absolute junk!
Seemingly...there is to be a third [and final] season...best out of 3?!? After this shambolic debacle, Future Man's future neither looks bright nor appetizing.
It's lewd, it's crude...and, absolutely hysterical!
Think: R-rated Back to the Future and you're halfway there!
Kudos to Josh Hutcherson...from Hunger Games hearthrob to geeky janitor is a bold step...and, a career move that will - no doubt - open many more doors. He does comedy well, very well.
Nothing is taboo...from messy masturbation to frolicking French farce to jaw-dropping prosthetic penises, Future Man is a mad, frenetic dash from start to finish...this is a high-voltage cyber-rollercoaster ride through decades...with a rather lovely gay love-story at its heart!
It's difficult to believe that this is television, it has all the production values of a Hollywood blockbuster...and, with each episode only lasting 30 minutes, this is the definitive binge-watch.
If it's unbridled fun that you're after, you couldn't do better than this!
Josh Futturman, a janitor by day and a gamer by night, is recruited by mysterious visitors to travel through time to prevent the extinction of humanity.