Hulu’s most popular original series to date. Produced by Lionsgate and multple emmy-award-winner Troy Miller, creator of Flight of the Concords. Guest starring Jason Biggs, Danny Devito, Samantha Bee, Tyler Labine, Cat Deeley, Brandon Jackson, Lucy Devito, Fred Armesan, James Franco, Zach Levi, Joe Pantolino, Lynn Cohen, among others.
‘Deadbeat’ Season 3: Four Reasons This Comedy Slays
Rejoice, fans of comedies about slackers who see spirits: “Deadbeat” season 3 arrives to haunt Hulu today.
The streaming service’s original series features Tyler Labine as Kevin “Pac” Pacalioglu, a stoner who can see ghosts. (That season 3 is debuting on 4/20 is not a coincidence.) As with all Hulu Originals, you must subscribe to the service in order to see all the full episodes.
Deadbeat Season 3: Tyler Labine on Being Buried Alive, Adding Kal Penn to the Mix, and More
Hulu’s freewheeling comedy Deadbeat, about Kevin Pacalioglu (Tyler Labine), a medium with sleuthing—and pot smoking—skills returns for Season 3, appropriately on April 20. This “reset” season, according to Labine, sounds like the wildest one yet, especially with the addition of Kal Penn as Pac’s new second-in-command, Clyde.
‘Deadbeat’ Is Back, And It’s More Refined And Absurd Than Ever
Your favorite stoner comedy about a slacker, freelance medium is finally back. Today marks the premiere of Deadbeat Season Three. So how is the newest installment of Hulu’s oddest and least family friendly comedy? If you’re already a fan of the show, then clear out some room to binge in your streaming schedule. Season Three is a sharper and even more absurd than its first two seasons.