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Hulu Adding 23 New Titles This Week

Hulu this week plans to add 23 new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service, including a new episode of a Hulu original.

The new titles will include episode six of The Act, Hulu’s original drama starring Patricia Arquette and Joey King as a mother/daughter whose relationship is way too close for comfort. Based on a real-life situation, the initial episodes have generated widespread critical acclaim with some critics calling for Emmys for both Arquette and King for their fragile, nuanced performances.

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Also notable this week: The series premiere of Bless This Mess, a new ABC sitcom starring Lake Bell and Dax Shepard as a young couple in New York who decide to shuck it all and move to Nebraska.

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

Sunday, April 14
Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine

Monday, April 15
90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?, Season 3
Ayesha’s Home Kitchen, Seasons 1-2
Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics, Seasons 11-13
Dr. Pimple Popper, Season 1
Enchanted April

Fixer Upper, Season 5
How the Earth Works, Season 1
Master of Disguise
Obsession: Dark Desires, Season 2
Pamela Smart: An American Murder Mystery, Season 1

The Last Alaskans, Seasons 2-3
Treehouse Masters, Seasons 8-10
Unearthed, Seasons 2-3
We Are Columbine
What on Earth, Seasons 2&3
Yukon Men, Season 6

Wednesday, April 17
The Act, episode six (Hulu original)
Bless This Mess, Series premiere on ABC

Thursday, April 18
I Am The Night, Season 1
The Quake

Friday, April 19
Ramy, Season 1

— Phillip Swann

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