Hulu Streaming Guide: Best Movies and TV Shows on Now

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Hulu brings laughs in November, starting with its own new series about the awkwardness of modern dating, The Bisexual, and reaching back to the classic cringe humor of Married With Children. The movie list includes classic comedies The Big Lebowski and Ocean's 11 (2011), and 2010's Kick-Ass. On the serious side are fraught romance stories, from 2011's version of Jane Eyre, to modern Chilean tale Gloria.

Here's a preview of what's coming next month on Hulu.

TV Shows

Six, Season 2 (Nov. 1)

Credit: Leo Williams/History ChannelCredit: Leo Williams/History ChannelThe soldiers of Seal Team Six spent the first season trying to rescue their commander in this fictional History Channel series. Now, they are out for payback, and have encountered a new master villain.

Married With Children, Seasons 1-11 (Nov. 9)

Lowbrow and raunchy, this '80s and '90s family sitcom helped establish the edgy style of a startup TV network called Fox. The show was a key to building the multichannel empire and, for better or worse, today's era of rude TV.

The Bisexual, Season 1 Premiere (Nov. 16)

Hulu takes on modern dating and identity with this comedy about a gay American woman who moves to London and begins awkwardly exploring other options.

Baskets, Season 3 (Nov. 23)

Comedian Louie Anderson won an Emmy for playing the mother (yes, mother) of downtrodden rodeo clown Chip Baskets (Zach Galifianakis) in this dark, dry satire about broken dreams.


28 Days Later, 2002 (Nov. 1)

Zombies that run: That was a stroke of genius by writer Alex Garland and director Danny Boyle in this British postapocalyptic horror adventure.

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, 1994 (Nov. 1)

Designers Lizzy Gardiner and Tim Chappel earned their Oscar for the otherworldly costumes in this Australian drag-show road trip. While male actors have long cross-dressed for laughs, Hugo Weaving,Guy Pearce and Terence Stamp play their transvestite and transgender roles as nuanced, fully developed characters.

The Big Lebowski, 1998 (Nov. 1)

Credit: Merrick MortonCredit: Merrick MortonJeff Bridges introduced the enduring middle-age slacker icon known as Jeff "The Dude" Lebowski in this Coen Brothers farce. Confused for a millionaire also named Lebowski, The Dude and his hapless bowling buddies get pulled into hilarious misadventures.

Gloria, 2014 (Nov. 1)

It's hard being single — especially for a woman of a certain age. But newly back on the market, Gloria is as determined as ever to live, and to look for love, in this sweet, sassy Chilean comedy.

Jane Eyre, 2011 (Nov. 1)

Charlotte Brontë's novel has all the requisite elements of 19th-century British melodrama: a poor girl, neglected and rejected, wins the love of a handsome, wealthy, but very temperamental man. And then, everything really goes to hell. This rendition stars Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender.

Lord of War, 2005 (Nov. 1)

Ukrainian-American Yuri Orlov was one of the greatest — or rather, most atrocious — arms dealers in history, funneling armaments from the collapsed Soviet Union to every scene of global slaughter. Nicolas Cage portrays the real-life villain.

Ocean's Eleven, 2001 (Nov. 1)

As in the 1960 original, this film brings together a gaggle of leading men for a comic caper to rob Las Vegas casinos.George Clooney, Matt Damon, Brad Pitt and other familiar names take starring roles.

Kick-Ass, 2010 (Nov. 3)

Zeros become rather violent heros in this dark comedy about regular schlubs who don crazy costumes to fight crime in New York City.

Under the Tree, 2018 (Nov. 8)

A silly spat between suburban families turns very dark and disturbing in this Icelandic film.

Big Hero 6, 2014 (Nov. 10)

Credit: DisneyCredit: DisneyA bunch of nerdy kids and an inflatable robot have to save a San Francisco analogue from a dangerous plot in this animated Disney comedy.

Best of Enemies, 2015 (Nov. 28)

No-compromise ideological divides, on-air shouting matches and vilification of adversaries: the sorry state of American political "dialogue" began 50 years ago. This series revisits the televised debates between conservative and liberal leading lights: William F. Buckley Jr. and Gore Vidal, respectively.

What Else to Stream

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