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Hulu & Amazon Adding 21 Titles This Week

The new titles include an Amazon original.

Hulu and Amazon this week plan to add 21 new TV shows and movies to their subscription Video on Demand lineups, including an original documentary about race car driving from Amazon.

The new titles for the week will include the aforementioned Amazon original documentary, Grand Prix Driver, which will chronicle the inner workings of the formula race 1 team, McLaren. Michael Douglas will do the narration. (Note: Both Amazon and Hulu this week will add Danica, the 2017 documentary about race car driver, Danica Patrick.)

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Other notables: Hulu will debut the Showtime documentary, Weiner, which examines Anthony Weiner’s run for mayor of New York following his sex scandal (his first one, that is); and offer up season one of Brockmire, the very funny docu-comedy about sports announcers. Hank Azaria stars in the title role.

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Below is the complete list of new titles coming this week to Hulu and Amazon. (To see Netflix’s additions for this week, click here.)

Sunday, February 4

My Dead Boyfriend (2016)
Broad City: Complete Season 4 (Comedy Central)
My Dead Boyfriend (2016)

Monday, February 5
Archer: Dreamland: Complete Season 8 (FXX)
Beach Rats (2017)
The Challenge (2017)
Weiner (2016)

Tuesday, February 6
Danica (2017)
Crash  (2004)
Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story (2017)
Danica (2017)
The 60 Yard Line (2017)

Wednesday, February 7
The Expanse, season two
A Taxi Driver (2017)

Thursday, February 8
Mother’s Day (2016)
3:10 to Yuma (2007)
Gary Unmarried: Complete Seasons 1-2 (ABC)
Perception: Complete Seasons 1-3 (ABC)
The PJ’s: Complete Seasons 1-3 (ABC)

Friday, February 9

Grand Prix Driver, season one (Amazon original)
Brockmire, complete season one (IFC)

Saturday, February 10
Breathe (2017)
No Stone Unturned (2017)

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