The Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour is a
chance for networks to preview what they have in store for the coming
year, and this year, as we gear up for Little Donald’s inauguration, it
doubles as a preview of the kinds of questions that artists and creators
are bound to face in the coming months and years — questions about the
social relevance of their work in light of Trump’s election and incoming

Since November 9, it’s become very difficult to talk about — or even
look at — popular culture without refracting it through the prism of
politics. This is particularly, if coincidentally, true of the majority
of Hulu’s upcoming slate of original series, which includes an
adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel The Handmaid’s Tale; a drama centered on prostitutes in Georgian London called Harlots; the second season of The Path, about a hardline, cult-like movement that tears a family apart; the British series National Treasure,
about a beloved TV star who experiences a fall from grace when he’s
publicly accused of having raped a 15-year-old girl years ago; and a
drama based on Lawrence Wright’s investigative masterpiece The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11, which doesn’t yet have a premiere date.

(via The Infuriating Relevance of Hulu’s Winter Lineup – Flavorwire)

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