When reuniting with loved ones for the holidays, it might be a good old movie night after the festivities. But the huge libraries many of us have to choose from on our favorite streaming services can feel quite overwhelming — especially when the whole family is thinking about what to watch.
For a great holiday catch of the season, would we recommend some titles from Hulu? Hulu is one of the most popular premium streaming services you can subscribe to, and it’s fairly affordable if you can live with the ads. Basic Hulu (without live TV) starts at $7 per month or $13 per month to be ad-free. Between the originals, FX on Hulu, and its huge library of shows and on-demand movies, it’s a pick of choice for anyone looking for a bit of variety.
This month, several titles expected to hit the service have been scheduled. Whether you’re in the market for a sci-fi movie or something to give the whole family, we’ve got you covered.
Mother / Android
Mother / Android It stars Chloe Grace Moretz as Georgia, who and her boyfriend Sam (Algee Smith) must face off against rogue androids who have revolted against their human counterparts. Georgia, who is pregnant, makes a plan to get to safety in Boston, but the two-week trip will see Georgia and Sam come face-to-face with killer robots in order to reach their final destination before Georgia goes into labor.
Trolls: Trolls Topia
For anyone with young children this holiday season, all-new episodes of DreamWorks Trolls up this month. Streaming animated series inspired by Trolls Movies and you’ll have loads of musical fun to keep young viewers busy during the holiday festivities.
It’s always sunny in Philadelphia (season 15)
Everyone’s favorite clowns are back this month in the 15th season of It’s always sunny in Philadelphia. Mac (Rob McElhenney), Charlie (Charlie Day), Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Dee (Kaitlin Olson) and Frank (Danny DeVito) star in eight episodes of this record-breaking season, cementing the show as the longest-running sitcom. live in history.
New episodes of It’s always sunny in Philadelphia Wednesday air.
Developers Not a new FX title – the limited series premiered last year (you can read the edgefull review here). But any sci-fi enthusiast who hasn’t seen it yet would be wise to check it out. The mind-blowing thriller takes place on the remote campus of tech startup Amaya and follows software engineer Lilly Chan (Sunoya Mizuno) as she searches for answers about a mysterious murder. Nick Offerman plays Forrest, the eccentric CEO of a nightclub business and the mastermind behind a new technology that could forever change the world of nocturnal as you know it.
hostel no place
Carrie Brownstein and Annie Clark (musically known as St. Vincent) star in this satirical film about a musician who teams up with a friend to document her life as a performing artist. But when they both focus on their thoughts on which aspects of Clarke’s character should be captured in the film, the two increasingly find themselves navigating a pesky creative landmine.
15 . pen (season 2)
15 . pen Not the best option for a family-friendly viewing relationship, but the sinister teen drama about teens Anna Kunkle and Maya Erskine captures the hilarious if not painfully awkward experience of navigating teens’ social dynamics. New episodes of season two premiered on Hulu on December 3.
Letterkenny (season 10)
Eccentric balls in the Letterkennyverse are back in time for the holidays after a binge. The small-town comedy returns for its 10th season on December 26 on Hulu.
Are you looking for a reality series worthy of celebration? In this challenging series hosted by Jackie Sorkin, candy artists collaborate to develop a fully functional 1,000-square-foot home made entirely of candy—with no surface left untouched. The artists will have six weeks to build their dream candy house. The series premiered on Hulu on December 1.