Hulu has been a true savior for cord cutters. While other services have gone more in the direction of original content, Hulu’s continued its strategy of maintaining partnerships with traditional networks to get streaming rights after initial broadcasts.
Notably NBC, ABC and Fox all have stakes in the service, so these traditional players often make it easy for you to stream their shows right after they air, which hasn’t been the case across the industry.
On top of everything, Hulu has created some truly great original shows that easily compete with what the network backers are putting on cord-based television. If you want a ton of shows to wade through and choose from, Hulu is the service for you.
For the weekend of Nov. 4, Streamline is recommending “The Good Place” in the top spot. This show keeps getting more and more praise from critics, but viewership remains steady, but fairly mediocre. Check it out! “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” joins the list. It’s been on the air for quite some time now, but remains a critical favorite with a small, but passionate fanbase. The show is traditionally particularly good at holiday episodes, so this is a great time to give it a chance. Also particularly noteworthy this week is “Difficult People,” which got write-ups this week for all its jokes about actor Kevin Spacey through its three seasons. This week multiple people accused Spacey of sexual harassment, including underage men. The show seemed to hint that such a thing would happen and his relationships with underage men was an open secret.
Note: This list only includes shows that debuted their most recent episode less than a year ago. Much like the main list, it prioritizes newness.
Season 2 Finale: TBD
Season 1 Finale: Nov. 1, 2016
Season 6 Finale: Nov. 14, 2017
Season 9 Finale: TBD
Season 3 Finale: Sept. 26
Season 1 Finale: June 14, 2017
Season 1 Finale: TBD
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