Megan Garcia, Arizona State University
The platform’s genre-defying show chaotically serves up entertainment.
Maria Merlo, Eastern Michigan University
If you’ve ever worked in a kitchen, Hulu’s latest drama will send you right back into the fire.
Julie Morse, Pomona College
The new TV series is causing a lot of controversy over the moral question of sharing another person’s story without their consent.
Michelle Buckley, Chapman University
This show follows an unlikely trio that uses their true-crime obsession to crack a real murder that happened in their apartment building.
Savannah McCracken, University of Arizona
The ‘Love, Simon’ spinoff is taking huge strides away from its predecessor in its realistic representations of teenage sexuality and the difficulties that arise with coming of age.
Kirtika Sharad, George Washington University
The new FX on Hulu mini-series encapsulates the complexities of a predatory relationship with a female perpetrator and a male victim.
Anna Swenson, Butler University
As the sitcom celebrates turning 20 years old, we look back on what made the show so captivating — and why it’s still a delight to watch.
Emma Smith, Wesleyan University
Hulu’s ‘Love, Simon’ spin-off, with its complex story about sexuality and understanding oneself, is just what the teenage high school television canon needs.
Kayla Johnson, Bradley University
The Hulu show examines the dark side of the perfect suburban existence.
Janella Tibbetts, Framingham State University
The anime will leave you with an endless amount of questions that you’ll be begging to have answered.
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