Fall TV Preview 2017: Marvel Antiheroes, Serial Killers and 'Stranger Things'

From 'The Punisher' to the return of 'Curb,' mutant superheroes to a brand new 'Star Trek' series – here's what you'll be watching this season

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'Future Man' (Nov. 14)
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'Future Man' (Nov. 14)

They brought the seemingly unadaptable comic book Preacher to TV – with its warped vision more or less intact – now co-producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg hope to do for gamers what they did for conflicted, super-powered men of the cloth. The Hunger Games' Josh Hutcherson stars as a janitor named Josh Futturman, who spends his evenings racking up high scores and RPG prestige online. Then some mysterious time-traveling folks recruit him to take on a race of aliens who plan to invade our planet – quicker than you can say The Last Starfighter, our young man finds himself the only thing standing between our species and permanent cosmic slave-colony employment (or extinction). Given the premise, we assume there will be thrills, spills and chills. Given that Rogen and Goldberg are helming this, we also assume there will be dick jokes. DF

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