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about 11.22.63 by Stephen King

Based on the novel '11.22.63' by Stephen King, a James Franco series on Hulu is about going back in time to 1960 to prevent the assassination of President Kennedy by a man who is instructed to do this because of another man's failure at this and with warnings about what happens when you go back and change the past and how it can change the future.

If you are interested in the trailer of this very interesting show just go HERE.

TRAILER OF STEPHEN KING about this feature series.


It is excellent entertainment. You know, I like nearly every Stephen King novel, made for TV movie and block buster movie.

Another one I really like is the 7 seasons series of 'The Dead Zone' with Anthony Michael Hall as Johnny Smith, the main character, a man who wakes up from a 6 year coma to find his fiance married to the town sheriff and has his child who doesn't know his father. Hall wakes up with a part of his brain, the dead zone, working overtime when he is able to see things by touch and lets him vividly see things from the past or the future, which leads him on a path to try to prevent the end of the world at the hands of a power craved politician who was once a door to door bible salesman. The story is ever changing and one of the best I have seen, but some people think the original novel or the original movie with Christopher Walken was better. I challenge this by saying I preferred the series with Anthony Michael Hall myself.

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MegL wrote on March 23, 2016, 3:59 AM

I like the Stephen King novels I have read, though that is not many. The trailer has an interesting couple of captions - would you risk the lives of a billion people to save one man? That's a very interesting question.
"The Dead Zone" sounds like the kind of series I would watch too.

lookatdesktop wrote on March 23, 2016, 3:46 PM

Just one look and you'll be hooked.