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'11.22.63' Teaser Takes James Franco Back In Time To Save John F. Kennedy

Hulu has released an intriguing teaser for its original series '11.22.63', starring James Franco.

Based on Stephen King's book, the eight-episode series, it will see Franco travel back in time to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

Franco plays Jake Epping, an English teacher living who discovers a door that transports him back to the past. He sets out to prevent the assassination of the President in the lengthy 800-plus page book.

The series is currently set to be debut on Presidents Day 2016.

November 20, 2015 |

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