Air Date: November 14th, 2017
After winning a video game, a janitor is recruited by mysterious visitors to travel through time in order to prevent the extinction of humanity.
Genres: Science fiction, Comedy
Season 1 - Episode 13 : A Date With Destiny Nov 14, 2017
Out of time and options, the team members reconcile that their actions have made everything much worse; they plan a final mission to put an end to Dr. Kronish and the Cure forever.
Season 1 - Episode 12 : Prelude to an Apocalypse Nov 14, 2017
Josh discovers that his interference in the past has completely transformed his life -- for the better; Wolf and Tiger deal with the aftermath of their failed mission to the past.
Season 1 - Episode 11 : Beyond the TruffleDome Nov 14, 2017
Torn apart by internal divisions, the team is scattered throughout history; Tiger and Wolf reckon with the way the mission has changed them and the possibility that they may fail.
Season 1 - Episode 10 : Operation: Natal Attraction Nov 14, 2017
Still in the past, Josh desperately tries to change Dr. Kronish's future while not messing up his own; Tiger and Wolf confront each other over his wavering dedication to the cause.
Season 1 - Episode 9 : Operation: Fatal Attraction Nov 14, 2017
Convinced he knows how to stop Dr. Kronish for good, Josh commandeers the Time Travel Device and leads the team on a mission into the past, but they have to split up when Wolf goes missing -- leaving Josh to carry out his insane plan alone.
Despite the game energy of its cast, Future Man is mostly routine homage, with very little substance shoring up its derivative foundations. Show More
In Future Man, it bounces amusingly along for a while and suddenly becomes weirdly sci-fi serious. In the third episode, “A Riphole in Time,” there’s a plot twist that makes you wonder what you signed up for. Still, Future Man is intriguing enough to keep you going, but I wouldn’t call it one to binge. Show More
Future Man is proudly puerile and in the early episodes, the lack of necessary grounding elements often make the broad jokes play as grating. Hutcherson, once treated by Hollywood as a heartthrob during the Hunger Games franchise, isn't an instantly successful choice for an Everyman lead and the push to judge Josh as pathetic reads as disingenuous and unsympathetic. As episodes progress, Hutcherson gets more comfortable and the character's lack of direction is better spelled out and the show improves around him. Show More