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‘Reboot’ on Hulu Finale: When to Watch the Last Episode of the Comedy?

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You know this show will be great, with Steven Levitan signing up to run a new comedy series. The Hulu reboot debuted on Sept. 20, and at this point, some of you might be wondering when the final episode will release.

Reboot follows the dysfunctional cast of a fictional 2000s family sitcom, Step Right Up. When their show is brought back by a streaming service, the original returning cast members have to deal with unresolved issues from their past and learn to navigate modern production techniques in the industry.

When the sixth episode of the season premiered on Oct. 11 on Netflix, it revolved around Bree and Reed leaving their old game and turning to backstories for strangers, while Gordon enlisted the help of writers and brought Hannah together with her crush.

So when can we expect the final episode? We’ve got the answer for you below!

When is the last episode of Reboot on Hulu?

The Reboot received an eight-episode order for its first season. The sixth installment was released on Oct. 11, with the finale scheduled for 12 a.m. ET on Tuesday, Oct. 25.

The comedy stars Keegan-Michael Key as Reed Sterling, Johnny Knoxville as Clay Barber, Judy Greer as Bree Marie Jensen, Calum Worthy as Zack Jackson, Paul Reiser as Gordon Gelman, Rachel Bloom as Hannah Korman, and Krista Marie Yu as Elaine Kim.

Levitan created the show while also taking on producing and executive producing positions. Danielle Stokdyk and Jeff Morton produced it.

The finale episode of Reboot is set to be released Tuesday, Oct. 25, on Hulu.

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