As Thanksgiving creeps ever closer, Hulu is making sure we don’t forget what’s coming up afterward. If anything, Hulu is making sure we’re all ready for Christmas.
While Thanksgiving can sometimes get the shaft, there really aren’t many Thanksgiving movies out there. Even so, Hulu is making sure we’re plenty entertained before the holiday gets here and these highlights are proof of that.
November has already been a huge month for movie fans with the release of films such as Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and Netflix’s Falling for Christmas. However, don’t leave Hulu out of the conversation as the streaming service added a plethora of new movies for us to enjoy.
If you’re looking for more bang for your buck, then these highlights are a good place to start.
These Hulu releases are from November 12th until November 18th.
As with every other highlight reel, I always start off with the Hulu original/originals. This week, there were two. First was Where is Private Dulaney? Which is a limited series that is an original in partnership with ABC News. If you’re looking to watch something lighter or have kiddos watching with you, Hulu added Dragons: The Nine Realm, Season 4. This is the complete season, too.
Unlike previous weeks, there was only one TV show added this week and it was FX’s Fleishman is in Trouble. It might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but if the trailer looked interesting to you, you can find it on Hulu if you missed watching it on FX.
Where Hulu really shines this week is with all the movies the platform added. Let’s start off with some non-Christmas offerings which include Catch the Fair One, The Dinner, and the Forgiven. I would also be remiss to not include Georgia Rule as I’m sure a lot of us are celebrating the return of Lindsay Lohan.
As for the Christmas movies being added, get ready because there’s a lot. I won’t list them all but these are some highlights: 12 Pups of Christmas, Christmas Crush, Mistletoe & Menorahs, Country Christmas Album, The Spruces and Pines, and Merry Kissmas. If you’re feeling holly or jolly, this week’s group of highlights has you covered.
What do you plan on streaming this weekend? Let us know in the comments.