Hulu has renewed both shows for second seasons, TV Guide has learned. The new seasons will consist of 13 episodes each, which matches Future Man's first season but marks an expansion from Runways' 10-episode inaugural run.
Future Man stars Josh Hutcherson as a janitor who receives a visit from commandos from the future who inform him that he's the key to saving their civilization from annihilation. Season 1 featured nods to numberous time-travel tropes, most notably going back in time to change one's future, as seen in films like Back to the Future and The Terminator. Seth Rogen and Jonah Goldberg serve as executive producers on the comedy series.
Meanwhile, Marvel's Runways centers on a group of former childhood friends who unite to take down their corrupt parents after realizing that they participate in ritual sacrifices. The teens will also face the added complication of their newly-discovered powers which they'll need to use in order to stop the evil adults. The series stars Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Annie Wersching, James Marsters and Julian McMahon.
Both shows are currently available to stream on Hulu.