Inspired by stellastar42’s “Junji Ito Collection” articles, I want to introduce people to three enjoyable anime series that tackle the “super hero/powers” genre, each with their own unique takes and well worth watching if you’re new to watching anime and looking for a good place to start. I also wanted to drop a few…
The first three episodes of the live action series Runaways have premiered on Hulu. After seeing all three, I’m still wondering if Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona’s comic book series works on TV. Evidence suggests it doesn’t.
On May 6, Hulu will release the documentary Batman & Bill, about about how Bill Finger, perhaps the man most responsible for the Batman mythos, was never credited until very recently and why.
Deadline is reporting that the streaming site Hulu has ordered Runaways from Marvel Studios, to be executive produced by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage.
Just a little FYI.
I’m always bouncing around for new things to watch and read. This means that I occasionally head over to Hulu to see what’s new. Well, from now until August 1st there are 16 BBC shows you can stream for free*.
Regardless of which end of whatever pond you’re on, region blocked content is annoying. Whether you’re an ex-pat looking to watch reruns of The Wonder Years, or you’re hankering for a dose of Dr. Who, here’s the best (and easiest) way to get that content.
I’m a little surprised to see that io9 has not posted a review of Hulu’s original show Deadbeat, about a medium, Pac (Tyler Labine — LOVE HIM), who has one friend (his drug dealer, Roofie, played by Brandon T. Jackson), no job, no money, and no life. To get by, Pac solves mysterious hauntings by talking with the dead…
It had passed my notice until just now, but thanks to the handiness of a Hulu queue, I just learned that Stargate: Atlantis, Stargate: Universe and the original, Stargate: SG-1 are back streaming on Hulu. It appears all of the episodes are available with HuluPlus (paid), while there are only a few of each streaming…
If you've been watching Haven on a 30-day delay, you may be interested to know that they've unlocked the rest of the season for free streaming on Hulu. (It could be by mistake because they're still locked on SyFy) I just marathoned 10-13 (5-13 are available) and now I'm off to read @Ghost in the Machine's recaps.
The last weekend of September 2014 was also the last weekend a broadcast network aired Saturday morning cartoons. Is this the end of an animated era, or is it a sign of a long trend coming across multiple genres of children's entertainment? Children's programming used to be a highly lucrative television market, but…
Saturday morning American broadcast TV was once animation's home field. Filling a cereal bowl with artificially colored sugar pebbles and staring at the tube was every kid's weekend plan. Not any more: For the first time in 50-plus years, you won't find a block of animation on broadcast this morning. It's the end of…
There is a new series on Hulu called Deadbeat. It looks like your typical ghost whisperer knockoff, but starring Tyler Labine (Tucker and Dale vs Evil, Sons of Tuscon, Reaper! ) I love that guy, and will watch pretty much anything he's in.
It's been a long time coming, but Hulu Plus (paid Hulu) recently added the second part of the Doctor Who reboot, Series 7. Now they're up to 105 episodes, through "Name of the Doctor". I know what I'll be watching for the next couple of days.
Undoubtedly most Hulu users have seen at least one comment complaining about a show's license, if not several. Brace yourself for another round because starting January 6th, everything ABC and ABC Family went on an eight-day delay for free streams.
Ok, this kind of pisses me off more than it should. Maybe because I'm not even that big a fan of Defiance but know it is set in the former St. Louis, or because you can see that freaken arch in both of the images.
In addition to QI coming back to the telly today I have discovered that QI is on Hulu. I don't particularly like Hulu, but it's nice to see that there are legal options for Americans to watch the show. Huzzah!
Nathan Fillion was on One Life to Live in the mid-90s. The show is returning with new episodes on Hulu today, so it makes sense for him to have a few seconds of their recap, plus the still.