Hulu is one of the most popular and affordable American video-on-demand subscription services. It offers a huge library full of exciting TV shows and movies. It has also dipped its feet in co-producing and bringing some thrilling originals. Their services start at $5.99 a month, which is cheaper than a one-day meal. If you have a Hulu subscription and are overwhelmed by the options available on their platform, then the list of TV shows given below will help you find the perfect shows to binge-watch this weekend:
This Way Up
This Way Up is a comedy-drama written by Aisling Bea, and it features a story about moving on and forward in life. It shows the life long journey to find happiness. The show is mainly centered on Aine, who has a ‘teeny little nervous breakdown’ and shows her trial at pulling her life back on track. The show has the right amount of humor and darkness to it. You will meet Aine and Shona, two sisters, worrying about their life, relationship issues, etc. while figuring things out for themselves.
11.22.63 is an eight-part science-fiction drama TV series. It follows a regular high school teacher named Jake Epping, who gets to go on an unusual mission where he has to go back in time to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy that happened on November 22, 1963. Jake is transferred to the 20th century to solve the most enduring mystery, i.e., the reason behind John F. Kennedy’s death. As he tries to change the past, he realizes that history does not want to be changed. It is an interesting show to watch with your family.
If you are a fan of Stephen King, this psychological horror series should be on your list. The story is set in Castle Rock, Maine (a fictional location) omnipresent in all the renowned stories written by King. This show features the story at Castle Rock as it combines the mythological scale and intimate character storytelling. In the show, Henry Deaver gets an anonymous phone call that brings him to Castle Rock for helping a sinister.
The Act is a 2019 drama crime series that follows the life of Gypsy Blanchard (played by Joey King). Gypsy has a toxic relationship with her overprotective mother. The story is based on real events. Her mother abuses her by dumping her into the pit of illness and disabilities. Gypsy tries to escape her mother, but she unmasks some gruesome truths, which leads to murder. As the story proceeds, you will be shocked by each revelation.
Little Fires Everywhere
Little Fires Everywhere is based on Celeste Ng’s 2017 bestseller. It features the story of two women and their families. Due to the different socio-economic backgrounds, their lives are poles apart from each other. It stars Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, who has brilliantly portrayed the role of women juggling their work, teenage children, and some life problems. There are lots of interesting secrets hidden in their lives that burn down a house and teach that a person cannot run away from disasters, even if they follow all the rules.
The Great is a satirical comedy-drama featuring the rise of Catherine – The Great and her journey as the longest-reigning female ruler in Russia’s history. You will find an old-fashioned yet exciting story of a romantic young girl arriving in Russia for an arranged marriage to Emperor Peter. She expected to find true love; instead, she finds herself in the middle of a dangerous and backward world that she wants to change. Over her lifetime, she plays the role of a lover, ruler, teacher, fighter, and more to reach where she is by the end of the series.
These shows will keep you entertained for a reasonable amount of time. Each of these TV series features some brilliant actors, and the stories are refreshing.