Hulu’s Alien TV Show Rumoured To Have Connections To Both Past And Future Movies

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It’s being rumoured that the upcoming Alien TV show which is coming to Hulu will be connected to both the past and future movies. This rumour comes to us from We Got This Covered’s sources.

It was revealed at the Disney Investor’s Day presentation that Noah Hawley would be making a new Alien TV show for Hulu. It was also revealed that this would be the first Alien property to be set on Earth, which is very exciting.

It was also revealed that Ridley Scott would be serving as an executive producer on the show, which is really good news. I like the idea of Hawley taking over the brunt of control from Scott, yet still keeping the iconic director in the loop.

Hulu’s Alien TV show will link to both the past and future movies

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Ellen Ripley Alien Sigourney Weaver

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Here’s what We Got This Covered had to say about Hulu’s Alien TV show being linked to both the past and future movies:

Of course, Scott is now set to team with Legion and Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley for an Alien show in development at Hulu, and we’ve heard from our sources – the same ones who first told us a new Exorcist movie is in the works long before it was announced – that the series will connect to both past and future films. Meaning it’ll contain references and connections to events we’ve already seen, while also tying in with any movies still to come in the franchise.

What do you make of this rumour? Are you looking forward to seeing the Alien TV show on Hulu? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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