Watch the First Official Trailer For J.J. Abrams' Hulu Series "11.22.63"

“That was 1960. I need you to go back there and prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy.”

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There’s no doubt that J.J. Abrams is still riding on the wave of success brought about by Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but the filmmaker isn’t done captivating audiences just yet. The first trailer has surfaced of his latest project, which stars James Franco and is based on a novel by Stephen King, titled 11.22.63. The show’s premise is straight forward: Franco must travel back in time through a portal in a broom closet so he can prevent the assassination of president John F. Kennedy. Well, perhaps the plot isn’t so straight forward. The story is set to be told over eight episodes and will stream exclusively on Hulu from February 15.

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