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Hulu This Week: 177 New Titles

Hulu this week plans to add 177 new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service. The new titles will include Waiting For Guffman, Christopher Guest’s satirical tour de force about community theater; Downhill Racer, the 1969 drama starring Robert Redford as a brilliant but selfish skier; and three classic Jerry Lewis

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Hulu In July 2020: 211 New Titles!

Hulu next month (July 2020) plans to add 211 new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service, including two originals. The new titles will include Palm Springs (pictured above), a Hulu original romantic comedy film starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti as wedding guests who get trapped in a time loop;

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HBO Max: Why You Can’t Watch It On Hulu Or YouTube TV

Q. I have HBO through Hulu on my Roku and I am supposed to get HBO Max, too. But I can’t seem to find the extra programming that everyone is talking about on HBO Max like Friends. What am I missing here? — Christi, Taos, New Mexico.  Christi, welcome to the confusing world of HBO

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Hulu This Week: 71 New Titles

Hulu this week (May 31-June 6) plans to add 71 new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service, including an original documentary and a critically-acclaimed movie. The new titles will include We Are Freestyle Love Supreme, a Hulu original documentary about a hip-hop improvisational group founded by Hamilton star and producer

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Hulu to Drop 34 Titles In June 2020

Hulu says it will drop 34 titles next month from its subscription Video on Demand service, including some classic films. The good news is that the streamer will add 122 titles next month as well. But the departures will include some classic movies such as GoodFellas, Martin Scorsese’s crime drama starring Ray Liotta, Robert DeNiro

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Hulu In June 2020: Oh, The Horror!

Hulu next month (June 2020) plans to add 122 new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service, including five originals. The new titles will include Shirley, which stars Elisabeth Moss as real-life horror writer Shirley Jackson whose tempestuous marriage is further enflamed when she and her husband ( Michael Stuhlbarg) encounter

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Hulu: Why You Can’t Get the $4.99 Showtime Deal

Q. I read your article about getting Showtime for $4.99 at Hulu. I tried it and it wouldn’t work. How come? I thought you said they had that deal! — Renee, Waco, Texas.  Renee, trust me, Hulu is offering Showtime for $4.99 a month. But there are two possibilities why you couldn’t get it. 1.

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Comcast to Hold 8th Annual ‘Watchathon’

Comcast next week will offer its annual ‘Watchathon,’ which allows video and Internet-only subscribers to watch On Demand programming from more than 70 channels regardless of whether they subscribe to them. The cable operator, which has held the ‘Watchathon’ event for eight years, says the participating channels will include Acorn TV, A&E, AFRO, Aspire TV,

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Hulu Offers Showtime For $4.99

Hulu is now offering the Showtime premium channel for $4.99 a month for three months. That would be a $18 savings over the three months. (Showtime normally costs $10.99 a month.) Showtime is the home of such original series as Billions (pictured above; season five debuted last night), Shameless, The Affair and Homeland as well

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Hulu Suffering More Technical Snafus

Hulu this morning is experiencing widespread technical difficulties, including login problems and error codes when subscribers try to watch shows. The issues is affecting  both its live service and the subscription Video on Demand offering, according to customer posts at social media sites. Downdetector.com, which tracks online outages, says roughly 3,000 people are now online

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Hulu This Week: 42 New Titles

Hulu this week (April 26-May 2) plans to add 42 new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service, including several classic films. The new titles will include The Graduate, the coming-of-age comedy starring Dustin Hoffman, Katherine Ross and Ann Bancroft; GoodFellas (pictured above), the Martin Scorsese-directed crime drama starring Ray Liotta,

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