Fall is here, and Hulu is delivering plenty of reasons for TV and movie lovers to stay warm and cozy inside through November. The streaming site has an impressive list of new offerings this month, from compelling original series to critically acclaimed movies. Here are some of the highlights, as well as a full list of what’s new this month.
The impending arrival of the holiday season offers a lot of opportunities for binge-watching popular series and catching a wide variety of films. Hulu is delivering ample amounts of content on both fronts.
On the television side, Hulu will debut the second installment of its frightening Into the Dark anthology series, as well as all 11 seasons of raunchy comedy Married With Children. Among the movies coming to Hulu in November is the heartwarming drama Wonder, the first three installments of the modern Ocean’s Eleven franchise, and a long list of James Bond films for fans of the iconic secret agent.
Read below for our top picks, or scroll to the bottom for the full list.
A co-production with celebrated horror producer Jason Blum’s studio, Into the Dark is an anthology series delivering one feature-length, stand-alone episode each month. Each of the 12 episodes are inspired by a holiday, and November’s Flesh & Blood follows an agoraphobic teenager who — in the lead-up to Thanksgiving — begins to suspect her father had a role in her mother’s murder.
This series that ran from 1987 to 1997 on FOX remains the longest-running live-action sitcom to air on the network. It chronicled the ridiculous, raunchy, and irreverent trials and tribulations of former high-school football quarterback and current shoe salesman Al Bundy, his family, and the colorful cast of characters that populate their lives. The series turned stars Ed O’Neill, Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate, and David Faustino into stars and ushered in the dominance of FOX programming, with jokes that often pushed the boundaries of prime-time standards.
This 2017 drama is based on the best-selling novel of the same name, and follows a young boy with a medical condition that has affected his facial appearance as he struggles to find his place in a small, private school after years of home-schooling. The film stars Jacob Tremblay (Room) as August “Auggie” Pullman, who leads an impressive ensemble that also includes Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, Mandy Patinkin, and Daveed Diggs.
November will also be your last chance to watch a variety of movies before they leave Hulu. Be sure to catch films like American Psycho, Escape From New York, and The Terminator before they disappear.
Below is the full list of everything new coming to the streamer in the month of November, and everything going away.