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How to watch Maggie online right now — Hulu release date and time

Rebecca Rittenhouse as Maggie, looks to the right of the frame, with an almost loving tone to her eyes, in Maggie
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Dating is tough, but when you watch Maggie online today, you'll see it can be even tougher. That's because this Hulu series is all about how being a psychic can complicate things. And, yes, we're talking about a real psychic. Not some boardwalk quack with a Ouija board.

Maggie release date and time

Maggie premiered today (Wednesday, July 6) at 12 a.m. ET on Hulu (opens in new tab). Hulu will release all 13 episodes together in one batch.

Maggie (Rebecca Rittenhouse), as you'll see in the below trailer, isn't having a whole lot of luck with her love life. But that changes a bit when she takes the right guy's fortune. Or at least Ben (David Del Rio) seems like the Mr. Right in the visions she had of his future. 

But soon thereafter Maggie finds out that Ben isn't ready for her yet. He's already in a relationship, one that seems doomed because of what she's seen. Will Maggie use her advanced intelligence responsibly?

Of the folks in her life, Maggie will be aided by her own psychic, but her parents Maria (Kerri Kenney) and Jack (Chris Elliott) will also illustrate how hard it can be to raise someone who's a step ahead of you.

Here's what you need to know about watching Maggie online:

How to watch Maggie online in the U.S.

You can watch Maggie on Hulu (opens in new tab) starting at 12 a.m. ET on Wednesday, July 6.

The first season's entire run of 13 episodes will appear at the same time on the service.

Hulu is only available in the U.S..

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Can you watch Maggie online in Canada, the UK and Australia?

Maggie should arrive internationally, on the Disney Plus' Star channel (opens in new tab) (where much of the Hulu lineup appears abroad). We just don't know when it's coming, as no release date has been announced.

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Maggie trailer

The trailer for Maggie gives us the general stakes. Our titular protagonist is a psychic who gives a lot (possibly too many) details when offering love life advice. And then she sees herself in the fortunes she takes of a customer, and she's his husband. Unfortunately, this guy isn't single. 

Maggie cast

Rebecca Rittenhouse leads the cast of Maggie as its titular psychic, and her most famous co-stars (Kerri Kenney and Chris Elliott) play her parents, Maria and Jack. David Del Rio co-stars as Ben, her love interest.

  • Rebecca Rittenhouse as Maggie
  • David Del Rio as Ben
  • Nichole Sakura as Louise
  • Leonardo Nam as Dave
  • Angelique Cabral as Amy
  • Ray Ford as Angel
  • Chloe Bridges as Jessie
  • Kerri Kenney as Maria
  • Chris Elliott as Jack

Maggie reviews

So far, a critical consensus has yet to form around Maggie, which has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 71% (opens in new tab) with only 7 reviews.

Angie Han at The Hollywood Reporter (opens in new tab) calls it "a pleasant weekend fling," while Daniel D'Addario at Variety (opens in new tab) argues that the series has "painfully hacky material."

Henry T. Casey
Henry T. Casey

Henry is a senior editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past seven years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.