Hulu Streaming Guide: Best Movies and TV Shows On Now

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Several new shows, including two from Hulu, debut this month — spanning genres like animation, comedy, dark comedy, drama and "reality." Along with the expected fare of '80s and '90s film classics, Hulu's movie offerings feature a fresh selection of Korean crime and adventure flicks.

TV Shows

National Treasure (March 1)

Credit: HuluCredit: HuluEchoing real-life scandals, this fictional British miniseries features a famous older comedian who suddenly faces a litany of rape charges from years past.

Making History, Series Premiere (March 6)

Credit: FoxCredit: FoxIn Fox's new comedy, a nerd with a ridiculously low-tech time machine becomes something of a stud when he travels to the past, but he messes up history in the process.

Uncensored with Michael Ware: Season 1 (March 8)

Credit: National GeographicCredit: National GeographicNational Geographic follows bare-knuckle journalist Michael Ware, famous for his work in Iraq, on new investigations around the world.

Kicking & Screaming, Series Premiere (March 10)

Credit: FoxCredit: FoxThe teams in this new Fox reality show are odd-couple pairings of one person who has advanced survival skills (think Marines) and one who is a wilderness noob.

Fargo, Season 2 (March 17)

Credit: FXCredit: FXThe second season of FX's dark anthology goes back to 1979 and a young couple trying to hide its hit-and-run killing of a major crime family heir.

Shots Fired, Series Premiere (March 23)

Credit: FoxCredit: FoxIn another example of fiction tracking the news, this 10-part Fox drama follows the aftermath of a racially charged shooting in a small, fictional town in North Carolina.

Archer, Season 7 (March 28)

Credit: FXCredit: FXFX's wildly inappropriate animated spy parody has worked hard to stay fresh over the years, this season turning the characters into bumbling Hollywood private detectives.

Harlots, Season 1 (March 29)

Credit: HuluCredit: HuluHulu's Anglo-American production tells the story of late 18th century London prostitutes, based loosely on writings about the city's Georgian-era red light district.


A Simple Plan (March 1)

Credit: Paramount PicturesCredit: Paramount PicturesThe late Bill Paxton stars in this Fargo-esque tale of three friends who come across millions of dollars in stolen cash and watch their scheme for holding onto it fall apart.

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (March 1)

Credit: 1994 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.Credit: 1994 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.Macho actors Terence Stamp, Hugo Weaving and Guy Pearce play against type as a transsexual woman and transvestites on a road trip to play a show in a remote Australian town.

Clueless (March 1)

Credit: ParamountCredit: ParamountJane Austen's 1815 rom-com novel "Emma" gets an extreme makeover in the story of a Beverly Hills high schooler who fancies herself a great matchmaker.

The Karate Kid (March 1)

Credit: ColumbiaCredit: ColumbiaYoung Ralph Macchio plays a New Jersey teenager newly arrived at a California high school, where he's bullied by karate-trained classmates. Japanese janitor Miyagi (Pat Morita) teaches him how to use martial arts for good.

The Man from Nowhere (March 1)

Credit: Well Go EntertainmentCredit: Well Go EntertainmentResembling Clint Eastwood's Gran Torino, this 2010 Korean film is the story of a retired special ops officer forced to revive his skills when his neighbor's daughter is kidnapped.

Mystery Road (March 1)

Credit: Bunya ProductionsCredit: Bunya ProductionsA young detective in the Australian outback quickly finds himself way over his head when investigating the brutal murder of a teenage girl.

New World (March 1)

Credit: New Line CinemaCredit: New Line CinemaIn this Korean crime flick, a cop develops conflicted loyalties after working undercover for eight years in a major crime syndicate.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day (March 1)

Credit: TriStar PicturesCredit: TriStar PicturesArnold's back, this time as a new model tasked with protecting Sarah and John Connor from a new, shape-shifting robo-assassin from the future.

Top Gun (March 1)

Credit: Paramount PicturesCredit: Paramount PicturesIn this deliciously cheesy Cold War flick, Tom Cruise plays a hotshot Navy pilot with far more skill than sense; he learns through both loss and love to become a better man.

Up in the Air (March 1)

Credit: DreamworksCredit: DreamworksGeorge Clooney plays a constantly traveling executive who revels in his attachment-free life, until he unexpectedly starts developing attachments.

War of the Arrows (March 1)

Credit: Lotte EntertainmentCredit: Lotte EntertainmentWhen Chinese invaders destroy his Korean village, archer extraordinaire Nam-Yi sets out to rescue his captured sister from slavery.

What's Eating Gilbert Grape? (March 1)

Credit: Paramount PicturesCredit: Paramount PicturesJohnny Depp plays a young man trapped in a dead-end Midwestern life, until an edgy young woman (Juliette Lewis) arrives and inspires him to re-examine his life.

What Else to Stream

The amount of good content online doesn't stop here. Check out our list of the best shows to binge watch to find some more gems you'll want to stream.

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  • CaedenV
    So I felt like I was missing out on cable and TV, so I picked up Hulu Plus for a few months to 'catch up' with mainstream shows... turns out that the shows are rubbish, and paying for the right to watch commercials is one of the dumbest 'features' ever to hit the internet. I thought that I would enjoy Hulu enough to get a real cable service... but it isn't even worth the $8/mo for Hulu... how on earth do people justify their cable bills?