By Sahil Patel
If you want to watch every episode of Hulu’s new original comedy series, “The Wrong Mans,” today, you will need a Hulu Plus subscription. Hulu has made all six episodes of the half-hour comedy, which follows two white collar workers who are dragged into a world of international crime, available on its paid service.
If you want to watch “The Wrong Mans,” but don’t want to pay Hulu, you can still do so via Hulu’s free platform. The site has made the first two episodes of the show available today, with the remaining four set to roll out on Mondays over the next four weeks. (This is where I should note that many of you technically don’t have to pay for Hulu Plus if you want to binge on “The Wrong Mans” — Hulu does offer a week-long free trial after all.)
As part of a promotional deal with Sony and its PlayStation consoles, the first episode of “The Wrong Mans” will be available for free to both PS3 and PS4 users until November 26.
The show marks Hulu’s second joint production with BBC Worldwide Americas. Starring James Corden and Mathew Baynton as the two white collar guys in way over their heads, “The Wrong Mans” is written by Corden and producer/director Jim Field Smith. Mark Freeland is the executive producer for the series.
The show originally aired in the UK on BBC Two in September.