Charlie Haverford is a scammer with a small chain of fortune-telling storefronts and contracts building tricks for a family that controls the business in the greater chunk of Los Angeles. A blow to the head from a client’s angry boyfriend intersects with a hypnosis session while auditioning a new “clairvoyant,” and suddenly, a man whose entire life has been based on fraud begins to see and feel some very real and fundamental truths.
Charlie and Linda continue to navigate their troubled marriage as Charlie steps into Paz's shoes at the retreat and Linda makes a series of devastating and unwelcome discoveries. Fonso puts a plan in motion to save his family, but things do not go as
Word is out that Hulu has cancelled Shut Eye after two seasons. Show star Jeffrey Donovan broke the news this afternoon with a post on his Twitter account, expressing gratitude to Hulu and Sony for being enjoyable to work for.
The drama premiered in 2016 and aired a total of 20 episodes. While critical and audience reception was mixed, it did find its share of fans. As is typical for streaming shows, viewership numbers are not made public, though audience interest would likely be a key factor into today's decision.
Shut Eye follows a former magician-turned-scam artist who oversees a chain of fortune-telling parlors for his domineering kingpin boss. When he suffers a blow to the head, his life is shaken up to the point where he questions everything he has ever believed. Now experiencing bizarre visions and losing track of time, he starts realizing there may be some truths beyond his fraudulent lifestyle.