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Charlie Jade now on Hulu

Good news for folks living in the US who have heard us talk about Charlie Jade over the years, but never got a chance to see the entire series because it was pulled from the Scifi/Syfy schedule after just a few episodes.

Charlie Jade is now available on Hulu!

Show synopsis on Hulu:

Charlie Jade is a character-oriented, live-action, sci-fi television series. The series is created by Robert Wertheimer (Gemini winning series producer of Due South And Robocop: the Series) and Christopher Roland, produced by Fred Fuchs (The Godfather III, Bram Stokers Dracula, The Rainmaker, Virgin Suicides) and written by best-selling novelist Robert J Sawyer (winner of the 1995 Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of Americas Nebula Award for Best Novel).

From the comments, it looks like it’s been available for about 2-3 weeks or so, and as usual, streaming visitors from outside the US are blocked.

There is a Charlie Jade DVD set available at Amazon UK, scouted out and approved by Kevin Bachelder of Tuning Into Scifi Television (also a co-host here for Charlie Jade Verse).

Check out the show, come back here and check out Robert Wertheimer’s creator commentaries and particularly Richard’s episode synopses, and enjoy once more a little scifi noir that was underappreciated in it’s time.

shout out for Kevin for finding out about the show being on Hulu while he was attending Dragon*Con!

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3 Responses to “Charlie Jade now on Hulu”

  1. Ryan says:

    I just wanted to let everyone know that Charlie Jade is also now available for streaming on Netflix.

  2. Stephen says:

    It’s on NetFlix now!

  3. Denise says:

    Thank you so much for this site. I had been trying to see this show since I watched the first two episodes then Syfy hid it away. I finally watched it through this past week on Hulu (though I will probably watch it again on netflix) and was so happy when I found this site and the breakdown of what a second season would have been.

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