Starting today, Americans can stream the first three episodes of Hulu's new sci-fi anthology, Dimension 404. (An Australian broadcast has not yet been announced.) While the show wears its many influences rather prominently -- The Twilight Zone and Black Mirror are the most obvious -- it does so in an enjoyable way, with great casting that makes a huge difference.
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Video: Director Freddie Wong and showrunner Dez Dolly today shared the first peek at six-part sci-fi anthology series Dimension 404, which appropriately will begin airing on Hulu on April 4. It's a very short teaser, but you see Patton Oswalt freaking out in a theatre as part of an episode about a killer (literally) 3D movie.
Hulu's new six-part science-fiction anthology series will be titled Dimension 404 after the "404 Not Found" error code, familiar to anyone who has ever plunged down an internet rabbit hole. And the show, which just made some major casting announcements, sounds like it will be diving down some rabbit holes of its own.