Josh Schwartz

Executive producer of 'Looking for Alaska'

Executive producer of 'Looking for Alaska'

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The new Hulu series ‘ Looking for Alaska ’ follows the coming of age of Miles, a morose teenager who convinces his parents to send him to Culver Creek, a boarding school that looks a…

Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage on their Hulu series ‘Looking for Alaska’

The new Hulu series ‘ Looking for Alaska ’ follows the coming of age of Miles, a morose teenager who convinces his parents to send him to Culver Creek, a boarding school that looks a…

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