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Review: Hulu's 'Castle Rock' takes a deep and satisfying dive into Stephen King territory

"Castle Rock," which began streaming Wednesday on Hulu, takes its name and setting from the fictional Maine hamlet that has provided a backdrop to a variety of novels, novellas and short stories by Stephen King, America's Master of Horror.

King is a producer of the show, along with J.J. Abrams, America's Master of Sci-Fi Franchises, and it is very much his milieu, but it is the work of Sam Shaw (creator of

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