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Comedy, Romantic drama
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Maggie, an American romantic comedy created for the streaming app Hulu by Justin Adler and Maggie Mull, aired for the first time July 6, 2022. Adler overall created the comedy series, whilst Mull was the writer on the project. This series was originally supposed to just be a short film. Though Mull was hired to turn it into a series. The first season of Maggie consists of 13 episodes.

The series follows a woman Maggie who is in her 30’s and also a psychic. For the most part, Maggie does not date and has completely sworn it off. Maggie swears off dating due to the fact that she can see everyone around her’s future and doesn’t really see the point, as most relationships end up bad. She ends up seeing into her own future when out for a night at a party. She meets a random stranger and instantly has a vision of their future.

This series challenges you to ask yourself if you think you could fall in love if you thought you already know the outcome. Maggie is a relatable show that depicts many different things that happen in the real world. And things that people struggle with in their day-to-day dating life. Maggie serves to show viewers that even though she’s a psychic, she doesn’t have as good of a hold on life and love as she thinks she does.

Though Maggie has only been out for a couple of weeks, it has gained some mixed reviews. Some viewers absolutely love the characters, plot, and overall performance. Though, other critics have used the words “completely outdated”. Critics think it is a good try, but for the current generation, it’s not up to speed. As of right now, there is not a second season in the works. It is unknown if their will be.

  • Season One

    “Things Begin Where They End”

    As a psychic Maggie sees the future of others, but this time she sees something that changes her life.

    “A New Friendship Awaits You”

    Maggie struggles with a client.

    “You Are a Master of Your Own Emotions”

    Maggie goes on a double date with Louise, Daniel, and John.

    “A Dinner Guest Will Surprise You”

    Maggie prepares for her date, though when she gets a bad vision, she backs out.

    “You Are a Skilled Mentor by Nature”

    When a teen starts getting visions, Maggie decides to mentor them.

    “I See a Baby in Your Future”

    Dave and Amy get fixated on one of Maggies visions.

    “You Will Have a Night to Remember”

    Maggie has a horrible night with Dave and her parents.

    “Your Past Will Inform Your Present”

    Maggie and Louise help chaperone prom.

    “You Will Help Someone Take a Chance”

    Maggie struggles at her job with stepping out of her comfort zone.

    “A Mysterious Invitation Awaits You”

    Maggie gets invited to a fancy gathering.

    “You Will Experience a Loss”

    Maggie gets excited about a bachelorette party.

    “The Fortune You Seek is in Another Cookie”

    Maggie lost her visions and doesn’t know why.

    “Things End Where They Begin”

    Maggie accepts losing her visions.

Critical response

Rotten Tomatoes reported a 90% approval rating with an average rating of 6.9/10, based on 20 critic reviews. Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 72 out of 100 based on 6 critics.


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Rachel Blanchard as Susannah Fisher

Christopher Briney as Conrad Fisher

Gavin Casalegno as Jeremiah Fisher

Sean Kaufman as Steven Conklin

Alfredo Narciso as Cleveland Castillo

Minnie Mills as Shayla

Colin Ferguson as John Conklin

Tom Everett Scott as Adam Fisher


David Iacono as Cam

Summer Madison as Nicole

Rain Spencer as Taylor

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