Hulu Developing Half-Hour Dramedy ‘Out There’ From Sharon Horgan, Kate Folk, Jason Winer & 20th Television, Based On New Yorker Story

Hulu Developing Half-Hour Dramedy ‘Out There’ From Sharon Horgan, Kate Folk, Jason Winer & 20th Television, Based On New Yorker Story
Exclusive: Hulu is developing a half-hour dramedy in the world of technology and dating, based on a New Yorker short story from Kate Folk. The author is writing the series with Catastrophe co-creator Sharon Horgan with Modern Family’s Jason Winer exec producing.

The streamer has put Out There into development from 20th Television, where Winer has a deal, in association with Merman and Small Dog Picture Company.

It tells the story of Meg, a lonely and single woman in San Francisco, who thinks she’s found the rarest of unicorns in Roger, a disarmingly handsome, attentive and empathetic man. But she’ll soon discover he’s a blot – a fake man programmed to steal her identity, ruin her reputation and destroy her life.

The half-hour series is set in a world where technology has been weaponized to exploit our deepest fears and desires. It explores intimacy, modern dating and
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