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First Look: Aaron Paul, Michelle Monaghan and Hugh Dancy in Hulu’s ‘The Path’

Hulu has released the first photos of “The Path” as it hopes to gain more followers for its upcoming original series.

The Universal Television drama, which was previously titled “The Way”, stars Hugh Dancy as the charming, de facto head of a controversial movement called Meyerism. Aaron Paul and Michelle Monaghan also star as a married couple involved with the group (him by choice; her by birth) as the show explores issues of relationships and power. Sarah Jones, Rockmond Dunbar, Emma Greenwell, Kyle Allen and Amy Forsyth appear as well.

The Path” was created by “Parenthood” alum Jessica Goldberg. She exec produces along with “Parenthood” creator Jason Katims and Michelle Lee of True Jack Prods. It premieres March 30 on Hulu.

The new photos are shown below and include more detailed character descriptions. They are courtesy of Greg Lewis and Hulu.

hugh dancy cal roberts the path

Dancy stars in “The Path” as Cal Roberts, the charismatic, unofficial leader of the Meyerist Movement.

aaron paul eddie lane the path

“The Path” also stars Paul as Eddie Lane, a convert to Meyerism who is suffering a crisis of faith.

michelle-monaghan sarah lane the path

Monaghan plays Sarah Lane, who was born into a Meyerist family and now serves as an important figure in the movement.

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Paul and Monaghan as Eddie and Sarah Lane in Hulu’s “The Path.”

Rockmond Dunbar the path

Dunbar portrays Detective Abe Gaines.

sarah jones the path

Jones is Alison Kemp, a defector of Meyerism, in Hulu’s “The Path.”

emma greenwell the path

Greenwell as Mary Cox, an addict saved by Dancy’s Cal and other Meyerists.

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“The Path” cast includes Allen as Hawk Lane, Eddie and Sarah’s teenage son, and Forsyth as Ashley Fields, a popular classmate of Hawk’s who is not a member of Meyerism.

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