In order to make room for its cache of new titles coming in August, streaming platform Hulu will be pulling several TV shows and movies from its library on Aug. 31.
Although August will see a record number of new titles being added, Hulu will also sadly be saying goodbye to several fan-favorite TV shows and movies, meaning that subscribers should get their last watches in before they are gone for good.
Among the unfortunate titles to get the ax next month are Oscar winners A Beautiful Mind, Brokeback Mountain, and Rain Man, while favorites like Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's Baby Mama and musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Keep scrolling to see everything leaving Hulu on Aug. 31.
1492: Conquest of Paradise
2 Days in the Valley
A Beautiful Mind
A Guy Thing
Across the Universe
Beer for my Horse
Blue Like Jazz
The Brothers Grimm
Dead Man Walking
Drive Me Crazy
East is East
End of Days
Escape from Alcatraz
The Frozen Ground
House of D
Into the West
Men with Brooms
My Left Foot
Over the Top
Remember the Goal
Revenge of the Pink Panther
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
You Don't Mess with the Zohan
What to Watch in August
Although Hulu is saying goodbye to more than 50 titles, the streaming platform still boasts a packed library with tons of fan-favorite titles and TV series and movies worth binge-watching.
Insecure Season 3
As one of the most binge-worthy and most anticipated series being added to Hulu in August, the third season of popular HBO series Insecure has a lot of hype to live up to.
The series, based on Issa Rae’s web series Awkward Black Girl, follows best friends Issa and Molly and their everyday experiences being modern 20-somethings black women venturing further into their careers and personal lives.
Insecure’s sophomore run ended in September with Issa and Lawrence dealing with the fallout of their breakup and Issa crashing on Daniel’s couch. It is likely that thos relationships will continue to be explored in season 3, which is set to premiere on August 12.prevnext
Hulu’s new original series Castle Rock takes audiences to Castle Rock, Maine, a fictional town that has served as the setting for several of Stephen King’s books.
The series, from producer J.J. Abrams and King, follows Henry Deaver as he returns to his hometown of Castle Rock after he receives a request to present a habeas corpus for a prisoner at Shawshank State Prison. Upon returning home after an 11 year absence, Deaver reconnects with old family friends, and neighbors, but his own secret is threatened to be revealed.
Castle Rock began streaming on July 25.prev