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Hulu Adding 26 New Titles This Week

The list includes a new episode of a Hulu original.

Hulu this week plans to add 26 new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service, including nine season premieres.

The new titles for the week will include the series premiere of ABC’s American Idol, the reboot of the one-time Fox hit which aired last night on the network; the series premiere of ABC’s Deception, which stars Jack Culmore-Scott as a Las Vegas magician who assists the FBI in solving crimes; and the season two premiere of Timeless (pictured above), the NBC drama which stars Abigail Spencer and Malcolm Bennett as scientists who travel back in time to try to stop an evil operative from changing the course of history.

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Also notable this week: Episode five of The Looming Tower, the Hulu original drama which chronicles the government in-fighting leading up to the tragic events of September 11, 2001.

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Here is the complete list of new titles coming this week to Hulu streaming:

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Monday, March 12
American Idol: Series Premiere (ABC)
American Ninja Warrior: Season 9 Premiere (NBC)
Deception: Series Premiere (ABC)
Timeless: Season 2 Premiere (NBC)
Force Majeure (2014)
Wolf Warrior 2 (2017)

Tuesday, March 13
Food Wars!: Complete Season 2 Dubs (Sentai Filmworks)
Bitter Harvest (2017)

Wednesday, March 14
The Looming Tower, episode four
For the People: Series Premiere (ABC)
Rise: Series Premiere (NBC)
Tommy’s Honour (2017)

Thursday, March 15
The Bridge: Complete Season 4 (ZDF Enterprises)
The Son: Complete Season 1 (AMC)
4 Lovers (2012)
Blade of the Immortal (2017)
Four Rooms (1995)

Hello I Must Be Going (2012)
LOL (2012)
October Country (2009)
River of Grass (1994)
The Englishman Who Went Up A Hill But Came Down AMountain (1995)

The Fog (2005)
The Forgotten (2004)
The Kill Team (2013)

Friday, March 16
John Q (2002)

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