Stream All 3 Seasons of Deadbeat On Hulu

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Season 3 of Deadbeat Now Streaming On Hulu

Streat Deadbeat on Hulu Deadbeat is now available to stream on Hulu.

Need something to stream on Netflix, Amazon or Hulu? ReaLifeSTL has a new suggestion for you each Friday. This week, we suggest you check out the comedy Deadbeat on Hulu if you haven’t already.

The third season of Deadbeat debuted on Hulu a couple weeks ago. 4/20 to be exact and yes, that is a marijuana reference. All of the episodes, from Season 1, Episode 1 to Season 3, Episode 13 are currently available for your enjoyment via Hulu Plus.

Tyler Labine plays Kevin Pacalioglu, a freelance “medium.” “Mediumship” is the practice of serving as the middle point of communication between a ghost and a living human. Pacalioglu’s job is to act as that medium and help a different ghost in each episode solve their issues so that they can move on. Brandon T. Jackson co-stars as Rufus “Roofie” Jones, Kevin’s friend and drug dealer.

Labine is a Canadian actor and comedian. He’s been various short-lived series such as Invasion, Reaper and Breaker High. Jackson is probably best known for playing Grover Underwood in the Percy Jackson films.

Kal Penn also joins the cast for season three.

Deadbeat, a Hulu Original, originally premiered on April 9, 2014. The show has been widely praised. Labine’s character was called a “large, sloppy version of Haley Joel Osment’s character in The Sixth Sense” by Heather Newman in Forbes. Episodes of the show are under thirty minutes long, perfect for binge-watching.

Check out the original 1980’s horror trailer for season 1 of Deadbeat below.

Deadbeat 1980s horror trailer


And for those of you who have been watching the show faithfully, here’s the season 3 trailer.

Deadbeat season 3 trailer


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