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Netflix & Hulu to Debut 14 New Titles This Week

Netflix and Hulu will add 14 new titles to their streaming lineups this week including three original programs.

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The new title additions will include season three of Hulu’s Difficult People (pictured above), which stars Billy Eichner and Julie Krausner as two comedians who hate everything but each other. (Well, most of the time. )

Netflix this week will premiere season three of Home: Adventures of Tip and Ohh, a an original children’s show based on the animated movie about a young woman who befriends a quirky visitor from outer space.

Netflix will also debut season one of its original comedy, Atypical, which stars Kier Gilchrist as an autistic 18-year-old.

Note: Amazon Prime, the second leading streaming service, is not scheduled to add new titles this week.

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Here is the complete list of new TV shows and movies coming this week to Netflix and Hulu:


Sunday, August 6

Mosquito (2017)

Monday, August 7

You’re the Worst: Complete Season 3 (FX)

Tuesday, August 8

Difficult People: Season 3 Premiere (Hulu Original)
Earth Live!: Special (National Geographic)

Wednesday, August 9

Tall Men (2016)

Friday, August 11

We Bare Bears: Complete season two, (Cartoon Network)

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Netflix This Week:

Tuesday, August 8

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, season seven, episodes 1-13

Wednesday, August 9

Black Site Delta (2017)

Thursday, August 10

Diary of an Exorcist – Zero (2016)

Friday, August 11

Atypical, season one

Home: Adventures With Tip & Oh (season three)

Naked (2017)

White Gold (2017)

True and the Rainbow Kingdom (season one)

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— Phillip Swann

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