Follows an early 2000s family sitcom that Hulu has rebooted and their dysfunctional cast that must deal with their unresolved issues in today's fast-changing world.
Cast: Keegan-Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville, Rachel Bloom, Calum Worthy, Krista Marie Yu, Judy Greer, Paul Reiser, Ryan Dietz, Alyah Chanelle Scott, Fred Melamed, Lawrence Pressman, Rose Abdoo, George Wyner, Kimia Behpoornia, Korama Danquah, Dan Leahy, Eliza Coupe, Kerri Kenney
Reed entangles himself in Bree's personal life as she awakens to the modern world. Hannah realizes Gordon doesn't know she's a lesbian. Zack and Elaine have an awkward business breakfast that turns into a meet-cute.
Bree and Reed struggle to get through an intimate scene on camera. Hannah and Gordon each hire their own writers, causing paralysis in the writers room. Clay tries to end an awkward relationship at work before it blows up in his face.
Hannah and Gordon's relationship is tested when he brings in a new cast member without her knowledge, driving a wedge between Reed and Bree too. Clay gets sucked into a new relationship with someone close to Zack.
When a young writer sells the pitch for the reboot of an early 2000s sitcom, the show's actors must come back together and face their unresolved issues.