For three years, UnREAL—the Lifetime drama that sought to illustrate how the Bachelor franchise sausage is made through a meta-fictitious reality TV show titled Everlasting—made television for those who seek to suspend reality without participating in the fantasy. The same could be said for the unsustainable fairytale…
UnReal, the underrated Lifetime drama that hyperbolizes life on set at Everlasting, a Bachelor-type dating show, has moved to Hulu for its last season. You can start binging...now, because producers just surprise dropped that shit like it’s a Beyoncé album.
The force of the stream is so powerful, it has washed UnREAL from the shore of network broadcasting and swept it onto the Hulu platform.
The remake machine continues to turn every at least somewhat beloved movie from the past 40 years into a TV series!
The first 15 minutes of The Handmaid’s Tale, Season 2—the first episode to deviate completely from Margaret Atwood’s 1985 dystopian novel—is equal parts gripping and stomach turning. How will anyone—handmaids and viewers alike—survive this?
Our dear friend, author and former Jezebel staffer Lindy West, is having her best-selling memoir, Shrill: Notes From a Loud Woman, adapted into a Hulu series with another woman we love, Aidy Bryant.
As the first anniversary of the Fyre Festival, the most spectacular scam in recent memory, approaches, here is a spot of really thrilling news: Hulu has just acquired a multi-part docuseries about this delicious disaster, set to air in 2019.
The teaser trailer for Season 2 of The Handmaid’s Tale is here and, shockingly, Drake is nowhere to be found in it.
Bradley Whitford is returning to prestige television, and I for one couldn’t be more pleased that I get to watch him act serially while simultaneously not having to watch The West Wing.
Ever since Stranger Things, which felt like watching a mash-up of Stand By Me meets Carrie, everyone’s been thirsty for more ’80s-era Stephen King nostalgia. And after 2017 gave us adaptations of It, Gerald’s Game, and The Dark Tower, the adaptations just kept coming. Now we’re getting a TV show that ties together…
Sarah Silverman opened her Hulu show I Love You, America this week with a statement about sexual assault, making specific reference to her friend Louis C.K.’s admission of sexual misconduct.
After The Mindy Project ends, Mindy Kaling will take her love of romcoms to another extreme by heading up a revival of the 1994 classic Four Weddings and a Funeral as a Hulu series.
Good news chart heads, stat freaks, and people who merely are curious how the popularity of some shows compare to others: The AP reports that the Nielsen company has announced a new service that will gather and report viewership data on streaming shows. Until now, this information has not been made public—we who pay…
The collaborations between comedians John Early and Kate Berlant are frequently bizarre.
Here is a trailer for the final season of The Mindy Project. I have watched it three times and I have one very important request: please bring back Chris Messina just briefly, for one to five seconds, so I can just see what he’s been up to.
On Thursday, Sarah Silverman made an appearance at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour to announce her new show on Hulu, I Love You, America. Don’t worry, she says it’ll be “aggressively dumb.”
Drake appearing on the second season of hit Hulu TV series The Handmaid’s Tale just went from an impossibility literally no one had considered to a hard maybe, thanks to a recent conversation between novelists Junot Díaz and Margaret Atwood, published in the Boston Review.
In its 10-episode first season, Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale expanded far beyond the bleak dystopia first laid bare in Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel of the same name. (This post includes Handmaid’s Tale spoilers for the book and television show.)
Only four episodes into a 10-episode series, Hulu has announced that its excellent series The Handmaid’s Tale will return for a second season. 2Handmaids 2Furious, here we come.
The Handmaid’s Tale is one of the finest dystopian novels ever written, and it is, inescapably and fundamentally, about women’s oppression under an ultra-conservative regime. The much-anticipated Hulu series based on the book doesn’t shy away from the original subject matter; it couldn’t, really, and remain the …