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Collections are Here

June 24th, 2008 by Rebecca Harper Editor

We’re always looking for new ways to share video here at Hulu, and our Collections are a great way to catch up on the shows and movies everyone’s talking about. Each collection is a group of clips that share the same theme, all together on a single page so it’s easy for you to browse and share your favorites.

We’re compiled over 60 collections so far, but we know that’s only scratching the surface. One of our newest collections is Famous Firsts. It features complete pilot episodes of some of our all-time favorite shows, from Arrested Development and The A-Team to It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.


You can also check out Entertainment Weekly’s New Classics (Vol. 1 and Vol. 2), taken from the magazine’s list of “the next generation of masterpieces.” With House, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart on the list, we’d have to agree. Take a look and see who made it as No. 1.

We’ll continue to create more collections, but visit anytime to catch up on the latest musical SNL Digital Shorts, get a quick dose of Leno headlines, and check out Conan’s fan favorites. Or maybe you’re craving nothing but chicken? We’ve got it covered!

Of course, there’s also my personal favorite, the best of Jonah Hill on SNL, and a tribute to the late comedy great, George Carlin, including his monologue from the first episode of Saturday Night Live.

Arigato and Mazel Tov, (Matt),
Hulu Collections Guy

Last comment: Jul 10th 2008 4 Comments
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  • Karen Walker says:

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  • Scott says:

    I’m enjoying the site. I like the nice clean layout and although there isn’t a ton of content I think that just about everything here is quality stuff. Really excited about where all this might lead and letting my friends know about it.

  • Asa says:

    hey, I wasn’t sure where to leave this suggestion but you should really get the 90’s MTV cartoon entitled Clone High up on this site. That show was hilarious and even funnier now. They used to have it on stage6.com but they got shut down.