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SR | '11.22.63: The Day In Question' Review

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Watching the closing minutes of Hulu’s eight-episode adaptation of Stephen King’s (mostly) ’60s-set time-travel story 11.22.63, it’s clear just how much the success of the miniseries hinged on the quality of its casting. While the series as a whole was filled with top-notch performances from the likes of Justified‘s Nick Searcy and an all-too-brief set of appearances from Cherry Jones as Lee Harvey Oswald’s doting mother, it boiled down to (as many shows often do) the chemistry of its two leads, James Franco and, especially with respect to the series’ parting shot, Sarah Gadon.

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