Hulu this week plans to add 28 new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service, including a much-anticipated original show.

The new titles will include the complete series premiere of Catch-22 (pictured above), a Hulu original comedy based on the Joseph Heller satirical novel about the inexplicably complicated life of U.S, Air Force pilots in World War II. George Clooney will star (and executive produce) along with Hugh Laurie (House) and Kyle Chandler (Friday Night Lights).

Click Amazon: See Today’s 1-Day-Only Deals!, which tracks critical reviews, currently gives the show a score of 100 out of a possible 100 with nine critics surveyed saying they liked it.

“The writers streamline Heller’s writing into an explosive, small screen, force which is as much horror as satire and heartbreak,” writes Dominic Patten of Deadline Hollywood.

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

Monday, May 13
Angels of Death: Complete Season 1 (Funimation)

Tuesday, May 14
The Bachelorette: Season 15 Premiere (ABC)
The Romantics (2010)

Wednesday, May 15
Big Bad BBQ Brawl: Complete Season 2 (Cooking Channel)
Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction: Complete Season 4 (Food Network)
Burgers, Brews & ‘Que: Complete Seasons 1-3 (Food Network)
Cash Cab: Complete Season 13 (Discovery Channel)
Counting On: Complete Seasons 2-3 (TLC)

Diesel Brothers: Complete Seasons 3-4 (Discovery Channel)
Eat, Sleep, BBQ: Complete Season 1 (Food Network)
Four Weddings: Complete Seasons 7-8 (TLC)
I Found the Gown: Complete Seasons 2-3 (TLC)
La Promesa: Complete Season 1 (Caracol)

Love It or List It: Complete Season 12 (HGTV)
The Little Couple: Complete Seasons 11-12 (TLC)
A Breath Away (2019)
Astral (2018)
Beautiful Girls (1996)

Egg (2019)
Getting Grace (2018)
Iris (2001)
Little Voice (1998)

Thursday, May 16
MasterChef Celebrity Family Showdown: Special Part 1 (FOX)
Knocked Up (2007)

Friday, May 17
Catch-22: Complete Series Premiere (Hulu Original)
Punisher: War Zone (2008)
The Punisher (2004)

Saturday, May 18
Thanks for Sharing (2013)

— Phillip Swann