The best movies and TV shows to watch on Hulu this month

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Hulu's schedule this month is packed with new shows and movies. Here are the best of them, including the new season of sports/reality show Welcome to Wrexham , the Hulu original documentary The Contestants and the new season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians . Plus, you can watch all the Die Hard movies.

Welcome to Wrexham, Season 3

Welcome to Wrexham Season 3 was originally announced in April, but it's better late than never. The ragtag Welsh football team owned by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have been promoted to League Two, the fourth tier of English football, at the start of the new season. But the team's new location presented greater obstacles. Wrexham's season is currently underway in real life, so it remains to be seen whether the club will continue its Cinderella story or crash and burn in the face of higher-level competition.

Live broadcast starts on May 3


Back in the late 1990s, Japan pushed reality TV to its limits with Prize Life , in which unknown comedian Nasubi was imprisoned naked in an empty room and asked to remain Stay there until you win 1 million yen by mail. Order Contest. What Nasu doesn't know is that his almost crazy journey will be broadcast every week, and he has become the most famous person in Japan. The contestants tell the full story of this strange experiment through the lens of Prize Life and interviews with the director, producers, stars and others present.

Live broadcast starts on May 2

The Kardashians Season 5

The members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan continue to chronicle their glamorous, beige, lavish lives in Season 5 of Keeping Up With The Kardashians . The Kardashians will be "all in" for season five, Hulu reports, adding, "From the big screen to the baby's happiness, the family continues to exceed expectations in all their endeavors." There's not much, But one of the highlights of the season might be the story of Kourtney Kardashian-Barker's first child with Travis Barker. It's a reality show , so you don't know what's going to happen - maybe they'll all be abducted by aliens or something.

Live streaming will begin on May 23rd.

prom date

Julia Lester and Antonia Gentry play best friends Jesse and Hannah in this Hulu original coming-of-age comedy. They've always wanted to have the perfect prom night, but just the day before the big night, everything goes haywire and they break up with their date. With only 24 hours left until prom, Jesse and Hannah must get creative to make their perfect night come true. With its classic teen movie set-up and no-holds-barred depiction of adolescent awkwardness, "Prom Date" Worth watching for teenagers and anyone who has ever been a teenager.

Live broadcast starts on May 2

Black Twitter: A People’s History

Based on Jason Parham's Wired article, Black Twitter: A People's History is a three-part documentary series that details the people and models who made Black Twitter such an influential and powerful force. because. Through interviews with W. Kamau Bell, Kid Fury, Jemele Hill, Roxane Gay, Raquel Willis, and more , Black Twitter: A People 's History explores how blackness on social media shaped the election of Barack Obama our politics and culture. Pandemic, Black Lives Matter, and more.

Live streaming will begin on May 9th.

Shadle Lake

The story takes place in the 16th century, Shardlake is a moody suspense drama that begins with Oliver Cromwell assigning young lawyer Matthew Shadlec (played by Arthur Hughes) to investigate a murder that occurred at a monastery in the remote town of Skarnsea. Cromwell wanted the monastery closed, and the monks greeted Shadrach with suspicion and hostility. To make matters worse, Shadrake was unsure of his new assistant's loyalty. "Salek" is adapted from CJ Sansom's mystery novel and aims to present a historically accurate version of the Tudor world as the backdrop for the original Sherlock Holmes protagonist.

Live broadcast starts on May 1st

All Die Hard movies

In May, Hulu will drop all five "Die Hard" movies, from the 1988 original to 2013's "Die Hard: A Good Day to Die Hard," allowing action fans to follow NYPD Detective John John McClane's quarter-century of thrilling adventures. Don't act like you have better things to do than plan a marathon. That's exactly what Bruce Willis wanted.

Live broadcast starts on May 3

Type of killing

"The Killing Kind" started airing on Paramount+ and received a positive response from viewers, but the show was later pulled. Paramount's loss is Hulu's gain. The roller-coaster series follows defense attorney Ingrid Lewis (Emma Appleton) as she successfully defends John Webster (Colin Morgan) from stalking charges. When Webster appears in her life a year later, he is either trying to keep her safe or hide a deadly secret.

Live broadcast starts on May 14th

Ohio Royal Rules

Hulu's Freeform platform is home to the reality series, which chronicles the adventures of an African royal family in Ohio. Sisters Brenda, Thelma and Nana Agyekum are the daughters of royal descendants from two of Ghana's richest and most powerful kingdoms, so Columbus, Ohio Life takes some getting used to, especially if they want to stay true to their lives. Royal rules.

Live broadcast starts on May 15th

Last month's picks


Elisabeth Moss, star of "The Handmaid's Tale ," returns with a new series that explores the murky world of international espionage. Veil tells the story of a pair of secret agents caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse that takes them from Istanbul to Paris to London and everywhere in between. Thousands of lives hang in the balance when CIA and DGSE agents team up to learn a deadly secret from a common enemy. If you want a stylish, fast-paced, intelligent spy thriller, The Veil is the movie for you.

Live broadcast starts on April 30

Welcome to Wrexham , Season 3

The third season of Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney's sports reality show follows two American actors as they buy a shabby Welsh football team, Wrexham FC, who have been promoted to the coveted England side football League. But entering Major League Football means competition will be fiercer ; are Wrexham's players, managers and owners ready for the new challenge?

Live broadcast starts on April 19th

American Horror Story: Exquisite: Part 2

Ryan Murphy's long-running horror series returns, wrapping up its sophisticated storyline with four new episodes. "Delicate," starring Emma Roberts and Kim Kardashian, tells a horror story about pregnancy, much like "Rosemary's Baby," in which ambitious actress Anna Victoria (played by Roberts) leaves no stone unturned To pursue motherhood. With Kardashian playing her ruthless publicist Siobhan Corbyn, the show never misses an opportunity to connect Hollywood excesses with prenatal horror.

Live broadcast starts on April 3

Thank You and Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story

This four-part documentary series takes viewers deep into the world of New Jersey's favorite son, pop-metal rocker Bon Jovi. Through never-before-seen personal videos and photos, concert footage, and interviews with the band themselves, Thank U and Goodnight details the band's 40-year rock and/or rock career. If you love hearing old guys tell "we made it from rags to riches" stories and wistfully discuss their rock star lives of excess, then this is the series for you. Includes unreleased Bon Jovi demos and interviews with Bruce Springsteen, John Shanks, Obie O'Brien and more.

Live broadcast starts on April 26

Villa Vanderpump

Famed reality TV mogul Lisa Vanderpump has purchased a palatial villa in the French countryside, where her charismatic event coordinator, chef, bartender and waiter on the reality show The staff is tasked with arranging luxury Vanderpump-curated experiences for elite guests, while Lisa evaluates whether this is the right fit for Vanderpump's latest venture in finance. Vanderpump Villa promises staff and guests heartfelt and passionate moments, an insanely luxurious experience in an exotic French setting, and absolutely no guillotines. In the first season.

Under the bridge

Based on author Rebecca Godfrey's account of a real-life crime, "Under the Bridge" tells the story of 14-year-old Reena Vicker (Verika Gupta) who goes out with her friends one night in 1997 Play and never go home again. Lily Keough stars as Godfrey, whose research for the book takes her into the hidden, sinister world of British Columbia teenagers and finds her teaming up with a local police officer who is also investigating Vic's murder. .

Live broadcast starts on April 17th

greatest hits

The Greatest Hits is a different kind of time travel movie. It doesn't care about the paradoxes of time displacement or the science behind time machines. Instead, it's a style of magical realism that explores memory, grief, and redemption through time travel. Lucy Boynton plays Harriet, who is able to travel back in time when she hears music played while her boyfriend was alive, but she can only stay in the past for the length of the song. Romantic time travel movies are always amazing, and The Greatest Hits is a worthy addition to this tiny sub-genre.

Live broadcast starts on April 12th

Dinosaurs, Season 1

This British comedy/drama tells the story of Nina, an autistic woman who is very happy with her daily life. She lives with her beloved neurotic sister Evie and works her dream job as a paleontologist. But when Evie suddenly decides to get engaged, Nina is forced to come to terms with a dramatic change in the daily routine she relies on most. Nina is played by the show's co-creator Ashley Storey, who has autism and promises a non-cliche take on the show's themes.

Live broadcast starts on April 5th

interrogation tapes

Mainstream television is finally taking note of the popularity of interrogation videos on YouTube. The true-crime drama, from the producers of ABC's "20/20," is based on the verbal cat-and-mouse game that occurs after a suspect is read his Miranda rights. Examining notorious murder cases, The Interrogation Tapes explores heinous crimes and the tricks and techniques used by interrogators in their attempts to extract confessions from accused criminals.

Live broadcast starts on April 2

Dark Miracle , Season 1

When we talk about groundbreaking inventions and technological leaps, we tend to focus on the positive advancements brought about by things like the cotton gin or the space shuttle. Dark Miracles takes the left path, delving into the sinister engineering behind deadly weapons, sinister espionage tools, torture devices, and other nefarious human innovations. Dark Miracles hilariously attacks its subject through expert interviews, evocative entertainment, archival footage and state-of-the-art 3D graphics.

Miss America's Secret Season 1

The Miss America pageant is a deeply weird and creepy American institution that has long been a little too much to delve into its disturbing and sordid history and culture. From the makers of Playboy Secrets, this docuseries features interviews with former Miss Americas (and the Miss Americas you just missed) who reveal what the best woman in the country hides behind her huge hairdo and sparkling whites. Secrets in teeth.

Live broadcast starts on April 18th

Hip Hop and the White House

When President Obama strode into the White House Correspondents' Dinner in 2013 to DJ Khaled's "All I Do Is Win," it marked a seismic cultural shift in hip-hop and American politics. Narrated by Jeezy, this documentary series Beyond Obama's Power explores the history of hip-hop's relationship with the country's power structures, charting its rise from a disreputable music culture to one that was ridiculed by politicians for cheap political views. musical form, evolving into a cultural force that helped drive elections.

Live broadcast starts on April 22

The secret of the octopus

Whether it's a submarine or a sunken ocean liner, director James Cameron loves underwater junk. With help from National Geographic, Cameron adds octopuses to his list of soggy documentary subjects, exploring the unique lives and minds of these mysterious undersea aliens who can change color and squeeze into spaces the size of eyeballs , and may be smarter than we can comprehend.

Live broadcast starts on April 22

The New York Times presents: Broken Horse

If you think racehorses spend their downtime lounging on the grass, chewing their cud and preparing for the next big race, be prepared for a rude awakening. This New York Times documentary series delves into the dark side of horse racing, uncovering a shadowy underworld of sleazy trainers, corrupt veterinarians, rampant doping and other questionable practices.

Live broadcast starts on April 27