Elevated is a show about the upsides and downsides of a flatiron tower.

It’s been on Netflix for a while now and its been picked up for the first time by Hulu.

The show focuses on the lives of three people living at the same high-rise apartment building in the Bronx.

They have a few problems with it though.

One of them is the elevator that connects to the roof.

That’s been one of the biggest challenges for the show, and the creators have said that the elevator is so sensitive that it will go up and down at a rate of up to one ton every hour.

The creators have also said that elevators don’t function as well in winter because they are so hard to operate.

This is what they have to say about the elevator.

“We don’t want to say that we can do things that we’ve never done before in terms of the way elevators operate, but the elevator system has been an absolute challenge and it has been challenging in some ways,” producer/creator Adam Schwartz said in an interview with Mashable.

“It’s really the most difficult part of the show.

We’ve done a lot of research on this elevator, which we feel like has never been done before.”

The other major issue is the lack of a lot going on inside the building.

“I think we’ve gotten a lot more into the character of what’s going on in this building, and I think we also’ve really gotten to know the residents of this building,” Schwartz said.

“There’s a lot to explore, a lot about this building.”

Here’s the trailer.

The episode will premiere on October 1st.