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Hulu Adds 41 New Titles Today

Hulu today is adding 41 movies and new TV shows to its streaming lineup.

The new Hulu lineup features Black Hawk Down, the 2001 drama based on the real-life military battle in Mogadishu; Girl Interrupted; the coming-of-age 1999 drama that propelled Angelina Jolie to stardom; There Will Be Blood; the PT Anderson-helmed drama starring Daniel Day Lewis as a ruthless oil prospector; and Escape From Alcatraz, another real-life drama starring Clint Eastwood.

Hulu, and other streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon, traditionally bolster their streaming offerings on the first day of each month when consumers are more likely to make decisions about subscriptions.

Below is the complete list of new titles for Hulu today. Click here to see a complete list of new additions for Hulu in February.

Titles that will be added to Hulu today are:

The Only Way is Essex: Complete Season 17
Addicted to Love (1997)
The American President (1995)
Black Hawk Down (2001)
Care Bears Movie (1985)

Amazon: Sony 55-inch 4K TV: $798.

Chocolat
(2000)
City of Angels (1998)
Dead Heat (2002)
Drop Zone (1994)
Dying Laughing (2016)

Escape from Alcatraz
(1979)
Failure to Launch (2006)
The Firm (1993)
Forces of Nature (1999)
Forget Paris (1995)

The Fountain
(2006)
Frankie & Johnny (1991)
From Dusk till Dawn (1996)


Girl, Interrupted
(1999)

Hoosiers
(1986)

How to Eat Fried Worms
(2006)
Hubble (2010)
I Went Down (1998)
Judgement Day (1999)
Kiss the Bride (2004)

Amazon: HDTV Indoor Antenna w/50 mile range: $29.

The Machinist
(2004)
Olympic Pride, American Prejudice (2016)
Payback (1999)
Pretty in Pink (1986)
Rent (2005)

Revolutionary Road
(2008)
Rob Roy (1995)
The Running Man (1987)


Sabrina
(1954)

Sabrina (1995)

Shakespeare in Love
(1998)
Soapdish (1991)
There will be Blood (2007)
The Station Agent (2003)

Amazon: Roku 32-inch Smart TV: $167.

Untamed Heart (1993)
Wild Bill (1995)

— Phillip Swann

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