Hulu highlights to watch for your September 30th weekend

Reasonable Doubt -- Angela Grovey and Emayatzy, shown. (Photo by: Ser Baffo/Hulu)
Reasonable Doubt -- Angela Grovey and Emayatzy, shown. (Photo by: Ser Baffo/Hulu) /

September has been a solid month for Hulu users. In particular, it’s been awesome if you’re a fan of Hulu originals.

Fall really seems like it’s going to be Hulu’s time to shine. In addition to the return of Fall TV, there is no shortage of shows or movies to watch on the platform. It feels like everywhere you turn, someone is talking about a Hulu original, and rightfully so.

While summer seemed like a bit of a lull, fall is proving to be much more exciting. Regardless of what you’re looking for, no doubt you’ll be able to find something to enjoy on Hulu. This is also a good way to know if you should invest in the streaming service, too.

Let’s break down Hulu’s latest releases in this week’s round of Hulu highlights.

These Hulu highlights are awesome for a fall weekend watch.

As with every set of highlights, we’re starting off with originals. As with last week, there are plenty to choose from. Released on the 26th, there was the two-episode premiere of Chefs vs Wild which is a reality show in which chefs have to cook in the wilderness. Another series premiere is actually an original called Reasonable Doubt which is a new drama series. Hulu also added two episodes to start off the premiere of Season 2 of The D’Amelio Show. You can also enjoy the entirety of Season 3 of Ramy.

Originals are once again, making up a majority of the releases for this week. However, if you want to get caught up on some of your favorite shows, then you’re in luck. A lot of shows returned this week and Hulu has new episodes of Family Guy, The Simpsons, The Great North, and Bob’s Burgers to enjoy.

If you’re not an animation fan, premiere episodes of Call Me Kat, The Rookie: Feds, and Celebrity Wheel of Fortune were all added. That’s just a small sampling but gives you an idea of what you can enjoy. Wrapping things up, there were only two movies added which were 2020’s Dinner in America and 2021’s A Chiara. Honestly, there’s a bit of everything this week when it comes to new releases on Hulu.

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What do you plan on streaming this weekend? Be sure to share your list in the comments.