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What’s More Summer Than A Road Trip?

June 29th, 2016 by Hulu Editors


The recipe for a perfect road trip: 3 to 4 best friends + 1 full tank of gas + an entire playlist of perfectly curated tunes. Add to that a destination that includes an outdoor screening of your favorite movie and/or TV show in a thoughtfully chosen setting and you’ve got a pretty awesome summer on your hands.

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They’re Real & They’re Spectacular: Seinfeld Super Fans & the Summer of George

July 25th, 2016 by Raef Harrison

It’s a mini-documentary about nothing and the super fans who love it more than anything.

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Hulu Summer Road Trip: Celebrating the Summer of George

July 25th, 2016 by Raef Harrison

TV fandom comes in many forms. It can range from naming your pets after your favorite characters to permanently tattooing said characters onto your body. Find that happy middle ground by coming to our outdoor Seinfeld screening, paired with themed games, food, and swag.

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3 Main Reasons You Should Be Watching ‘We Bare Bears’

July 24th, 2016 by Raef Harrison

For anyone who steadfastly refutes the notion that being an adult means giving up on everything you loved as a kid, ‘We Bare Bears’ is probably your jam. Read the rest of this entry »

5 Uplifting “Fear the Walking Dead” Storylines We’d Like to See

July 23rd, 2016 by Liz Brown

Zombies are great. Don’t get us wrong. We love the undead little suckers. But let’s face it. The real world is a little depressing right now, and we usually like to tune in to TV to escape. That’s why we’re proposing something a little bit different for our favorite post-apocalyptic drama “Fear the Walking Dead”: lighten up a little.

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South Park at Comic Con: The Best Celebrity Takedowns

July 22nd, 2016 by Jordan Plaut

It’s been 20 years since Matt Stone and Trey Parker first brought their quirky paper cutouts to life. In that time, as South Park has evolved, the show has taken progressively larger bites out of the worlds of pop culture and celebrity – to glorious effect.

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