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Hulu orders Dopesick from Danny Strong and Warren Littlefield

Hulu has decided to order Dopesick, which has been created by Danny Strong and Warren Littlefield. The series is based on the book with the same name from Beth Macy.

Dopesick will consist of eight episodes in total. Michael Keaton (The Company) will portray the lead character and will also serve as executive producer. The project has been created by Danny Strong (Empire) and Warren Littlefield (The Handmaid's Tale), and it is based on the book with the same name from Beth Macy. Barry Levinson (Killing Fields) will direct the series.

Dopesick is described as an emotional and closer look at the epicentre of America's struggles against opioid addiction. Keaton will portray an old-school doctor, Samuel Finnix. He runs his own practice with a lot of love and compassion, but ends up entangled in the deadly secret of Big Pharma. The series is expected to release in late 2021.

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