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  1. 'The Mindy Project' Writers on Hulu's Split Season, Longer Episodes and Casting Freedom

    11:34 am 6/11/2015

    The upcoming 26-episode season will be split into two chapters. Read more

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  2. Michelle Monaghan to Star in Jason Katims' Hulu Drama 'The Way'

    9:00 am 6/9/2015

    Mike Cahill will direct the pilot of the series created by Jessica Goldberg.Read more

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  3. 'Mr. Bean' Animated Series Heading to Hulu in U.S.

    4:00 am 6/8/2015

    The Rowan Atkinson character is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.Read more

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  4. Hulu CEO Leaves Door Open for '19 Kids and Counting' Episodes to Return

    5:23 pm 5/28/2015

    Mike Hopkins says the episodes of the TLC reality show have been removed "for the time being."Read more

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  5. New TV, Movies on Hulu in June: 'Seinfeld,' 'The Bridge,' 'Lars and the Real Girl'

    2:31 pm 5/28/2015

    The streaming service will also start rolling out the latest seasons of 'So You Think You Can Dance,' 'The Fosters,' 'Beauty and the Beast' and 'Melissa & Joey,' which launches its fourth and final season at the beginning of the month.Read more

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  6. '19 Kids and Counting' Yanked From Hulu Amid Josh Duggar Scandal

    9:59 am 5/28/2015

    The show is still available for digital download on iTunes and Amazon.Read more

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  7. 'Deadbeat' Renewed for Third Season at Hulu

    9:48 am 5/26/2015

    The Lionsgate Television comedy will be back for another round of 13 episodes.Read more

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  8. Hulu's '11/22/63' Adds 'Grey's Anatomy' Alum T.R. Knight

    10:00 am 5/18/2015

    Becoming the latest addition to the miniseries' all-star cast.Read more

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  9. It's Official: 'Mindy Project' Moves to Hulu — With Supersized Season 4 Order

    9:00 am 5/15/2015

    The former Fox comedy will return in the fall with a 26-episode order.Read more

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  10. AT&T to Offer Hulu to Subscribers

    11:17 am 5/13/2015

    AT&T customers will still need to subscribe to Hulu's $7.99 a month subscription to watch the full catalog of streaming TV shows through AT&T websites and apps. Read more

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