Hulu’s horror anthology series ‘Monsterland’ recently shared its first look images with a tagline “There’s a thin line between monster and man.” These images feature Star Wars actor Kelly Marie Tran and Luke Cage actor Mike Colter and many others. the show looks like another promising terrifying and horror addition to Hulu’s selection of scary movies and television series.
Hulu’s upcoming anthology series Monsterland is based on short stories from Nathan Ballingrud’s collection of North American Lake Monsters. The series is produced by Annapurna and written, created, and executive-produced by Mary Laws. it is set to release in October 2020.
Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming series’ Monsterland’.
Monsterland Release Date: When will it release on Hulu?
The first season of Monsterland will consist of 8 episodes and is set to release on October 2, 2020. This contemporary anthology show was first announced in 2019 titled ‘The Untitled Mary Laws Project’. But later the year, it got retitled as Monsterland.
Monsterland Cast: Who are the cast members?
Kelly Marie Tran will star in an episode titled “Iron River, MI” as Lauren, who returns to her hometown to get married. Kaitlyn Dever will play the role of Toni in a separate episode, a struggling waitress and a young mother to a troubled girl. She meets a stranger, Alex- played by Jonathan Tucker, who inspires her to shake off the burdens of her life.
In another episode titled “Newark, New Jersey,” Mike Colter will play a grief-stricken husband who refuses to believe that his daughter is no more. Other cast members of Monsterland are Taylor Schilling, Adepero Oduye, Roberta Colindrez, Charlie Tahan, Nicole Beharie, Hamish Linklater, and Bill Camp.
Monsterland Expected Plotline: What Monsterland is all about?
We don’t have many details about the plot of the upcoming series. According to the given synopsis, series will feature fallen angels, mermaids, and other strange beasts. They drive broken people to desperate acts in an attempt to repair their lives and showcasing a thin line between man and monster.