Y: The Last Man Series Officially Revealed For FX On Hulu, Could Debut In 2021

After what seems like ages, the long-gestating live-action TV adaptation of Y: The Last Man has finally been officially unveiled, and it will come to FX on Hulu. Here is the show’s official logo:

The announcement came from Disney at its recent Investor Day 2020 presentation. While no premiere date has been set in stone yet, ComicBook.com reports that it could release sometime in 2021. Disney has yet to confirm this potential release window, however.

Production for the series had only recently resumed in October, having had to cease temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, some recasting for the lead role of Yorick Brown had to be done, as original lead Barry Keoghan was replaced by Ben Schnetzer.

Joining Schnetzer will be the likes of Diane Lane, Lashana Lynch, Main Irelend, Imogen Poots, Amber Tamblyn and Juliana Canfield in Y: The Last Man. Eliza Clark will serve as the series’ showrunner and executive producer. Melina Matsoukas (InsecureQueen & Slim) will direct the series pilot.