Hulu’s September calendar: ‘Goonies,’ ‘Hercules’ and ‘Wu-Tang’ are new to stream
"Goonies" (starring Sean Astin), "Hercules" and "Wu-Tang: An American Saga" (from executive producer and Wu member RZA) are all available to stream on Hulu in September. (Photo: Kobal Collection/Warner Bros., Disney, AP)
If you were one of the people who saw this viral Twitter photo of Sean Astin hugging an otter, and were outraged that the writer of the tweet referred to him as the actor from “Stranger Things,” Hulu has good news for you.
The streaming service is offering Astin’s cult classic film “Goonies,” as well as a bevy of other titles, in September.
A few other highlights coming next month: Animated Disney films “Hercules” and “Pocahontas,” coming-of-age comedies “Juno” and “She’s All That;” and the original drama series ‘Wu-Tang: An American Saga.”
And for subscribers who have cut the cord, Hulu (as usual) offers season premieres of shows including “The Conners,” “This is Us” and “The Masked Singer” a day after their network runs.
Scroll through for a complete list of shows and movies arriving and expiring in September. (Or go here for Hulu’s list of August titles.)
Ellen Page stars in "Juno." (Photo: Doane Gregory, Doane Gregory, Fox Searchlight P)
Rachael Leigh Cook's Laney becomes the target of a bet in "She's All That." (Photo: Claudette Barius, Miramax)
Untouchable (Hulu Original) In this documentary about the rise and fall of Harvey Weinstein, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival, former colleagues and actresses including Rosanna Arquette and Paz de la Huerta share their emotional stories about the movie mogul’s alleged abuses.
The Purge: Complete Season 1 (USA)
Wu-Tang: An American Saga: Series Premiere (Hulu Original) The biopic series is set in the early ’90s in New York and based on the true story of the Wu-Tang Clan hip-hop group.
Kicking and Screaming (1995)
Curious George: A Royal Monkey (2019)
Afterlost: Season 1
American Horror Story: Apocalypse: Complete Season 8 (FX)
American Dad!: Season 13 (TBS)
Leaving September 30
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