Carrie Brownstein TV series

Carrie Brownstein, of Portlandia and Sleater-Kinney fame, will adapt her memoir Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl into a half-hour comedy series for Hulu. Titled Search and Destroy, Brownstein will write and direct the series. This basically means we’re going to be blessed with a Sleater-Kinney TV series, and that’s pretty darn exciting. More info on the Carrie Brownstein TV series below.

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The Handmaid's Tale season 2 trailer

The Handmaid’s Tale continued its successful awards run at the Golden Globes last weekend, with the Hulu original series taking home trophies in two drama categories: Best Television Series, and Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series for star Elisabeth Moss. Today, the streaming service has unveiled our first look at The Handmaid’s Tale season 2 with a brand new trailer, and they also confirmed the release date for the new season.
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the handmaid's tale season 2 first look

The Handmaid’s Tale made a huge splash in its first season, racking up eight Emmys, two Golden Globe wins, and three Critics Choice awards. All eyes are on the harrowing Hulu series about a near-future dystopia where women have been stripped of all their rights. But the series has doubly daunting task for its second season. Not only will it have to maintain the momentum of its acclaimed first season, it will have to venture out beyond Margaret Atwood‘s masterful 1985 novel.

Showrunner Bruce Miller has near-complete creative freedom for The Handmaid’s Tale season 2, which just debuted its first look. The first images from season 2 hint at what will happen to Elisabeth Moss‘ June, and where her rebellious actions have left her fellow Handmaids.

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the looming tower trailer

Get ready for your next must-see series: Hulu just released a new trailer for their tense, star-studded new show The Looming Tower. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning non-fiction book by Lawrence Wright, the series deals with how the FBI and CIA dealt with (and in some cases, failed to deal with) the rising threat of Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda in the 1990s.

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Blumhouse logo

Currently, Shudder is probably the streaming service that’s best known for horror content, but now a competing streaming platform is looking to expand its footprint into that genre. Hulu has given the green light to a new original horror anthology series from Blumhouse Television, and in a first-of-its-kind deal, the new show will air one episode per month for a year. Read more about the Hulu horror series below.
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Lost on Hulu

If you were sad that Lost vanished from Netflix like the island itself in the season 4 episode “There’s No Place Like Home”, here’s some good news: the hit show has now resurfaced over on Hulu. So get ready to stream almost the entire jaw-dropping series again, and then skip the final episode. Keep reading for more about Lost streaming on Hulu.

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Animaniacs Reboot

The original Animaniacs had play or pay contracts, but Amblin Television and Warner Bros. Animation have just struck a new deal for the Warner brothers Yakko and Wakko and the Warner sister Dot to return on Hulu.

A press release has announced that the brand new version of Animaniacs has been give a straight-to-series order for two seasons, marking the first Hulu Original program being geared towards families. Read More »

Stephen King Castle Rock

Castle Rock, Hulu’s upcoming anthology series set in the multiverse of author Stephen King, has been shrouded in secrecy since it was announced. In fact, that shroud is so thick that even King himself has no clue what’s going on with the show. Read the latest Stephen King Castle Rock comments below, and learn everything we do know about the show thus far.
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2 Dope Queens HBO

We cover a lot of stuff here at /Film, but sometimes a trailer slips through the cracks. And that’s where a good old fashioned trailer round-up comes in handy! This is a very special trailer round-up because it’s devoted solely to TV trailers. We love you, TV! You don’t judge us like others do! Below, find trailers for Grace and Frankie2 Dope QueensCrashingThe PathLittle Women, Stargate: Origins and Riverdale.

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The Looming Tower first look

The events leading up to 9/11 will soon be dramatized in Hulu’s new miniseries The Looming Tower. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning non-fiction book by Lawrence Wright, the series will follow the rising threat of Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda in the 1990s, and how a rivalry between the FBI and CIA may have inadvertently contributed to a failure to prevent the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

A new The Looming Tower first look offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the show.

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