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Get inside someone else's head
When a grieving therapist throws away the handbook and starts telling his clients what he really thinks, chaos ensues…but is it a bad thing? Find out in this new show from the creators of Ted Lasso on Apple TV+!
In a world where everyone has a superpower, Jen stands out…because she has no special skills to speak of. Follow her journey as she spirals trying to figure out what it is she’s meant to do on Hulu.
Balance all the love in the air with the intense new season of YOU. If past seasons are any indication, this thriller starring Penn Badgely is quite the ride!
Documentaries that don’t shy away from the truth
Stolen Youth: Inside the Cult at Sarah Lawrence
He lived in his daughter’s dorm room and started a cult—it sounds almost too unbelievable to be true. This new documentary from Hulu dives deep into the story of how one man took advantage of vulnerable college students.
Zora Neale Hurston: Claiming Space
The now-celebrated author of Their Eyes Were Watching God was buried in an unmarked grave, unrecognized for her talent while she lived. This new documentary on PBS gives credit to this extraordinary writer and examines her life.
Pamela, a love story
You might think you know her from Baywatch or the recent Pam & Tommy, but Pamela Anderson is more than her reputation. Watch her tell her own story in this documentary on Netflix!
All That Breathes
This stunning new documentary on HBO Max is about two brothers who are committed to saving sick and injured black kites, a staple in the skies of New Delhi, India.
Shows with big family feels
That '90s Show
Revisit the Foremans’ basement in the new spin-off series of That 70s Show on Netflix! Eric and Donna’s daughter Leia goes to spend time with her grandparents for a summer full of laughter, hijinks, and nostalgia (for viewers!).
A Million Little Things
They’ve been there for each through thick and thin, and now your favorite friend-group-turned-family is back on Hulu with another season. Read Nanette L.’s recommendation and get caught up on past seasons!
The fabulous foursome living it up in the heart of New York are back for another season! Read Destiny M.’s recommendation for the first season on Amazon Prime if you need some convincing…then join in on the fun!
Not Dead Yet
Struggling writer Nell tries to restart her writing career in this comedy on Hulu…with some very surprising results! Gina Rodriquez, from Jane the Virgin, is perfect in this role!
Love is in the air…and onscreen!
Your Place or Mine
If the only thing your movie night is missing is the perfect romantic comedy, look no further than Netflix’s latest. Featuring Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher, it promises to be a sweet love story with heavy doses of iconic city imagery from NYC and LA.
You know the story: boy meets girl, girl loves boy, boy proposes…and then they meet the parents! You People promises a funny new spin on the classic plotline.
Planet Sex with Cara Delevigne
If you’re still feeling the rosy glow of Valentine’s Day, check out this reality show on Hulu, where Cara dives deep into her own understanding of her sexuality and explores others’ through interviews and experiences.
Somebody I Used to Know
If a wistful, yearning romantic comedy written by a real-life couple sounds like just the ticket, this new movie on Amazon Prime delivers! Alison Brie stars as a reality TV producer who returns to her hometown and reconnects with her former love.