From competitive glass blowing to professional LEGO building, stream these creative programs.
Woke, Beyond the Punchlines and Performativity
In his role based on the life of cartoonist Keith Knight, Lamorne Morris highlights the uncomfortable and at times exasperating self-awareness that comes with being Black in public.
Spooky, Sensual, and Nostalgic Halloween Shorts
Amid the ups and downs of episodic horror, a few gems stick out from the rest in Hulu’s Bite-Size Halloween collection.
On Instagram, a Nice Smile Only Takes You So Far
The documentary Jawline looks at the strange modern landscape of social media celebrity through the story of one aspiring influencer.
Thrillers and Epic Crime Movies to Stream This Month
From one of the most meticulous heist movies ever made to the most important true crime film.
The Caustic War Satire Catch 22 Gets a Dour Hulu Series
The miniseries adaptation of Joseph Heller’s 1961 novel fails to capture the novel’s wit while thriving in its darkest moments.
In a New Docuseries, the New York Times Struggles to Defend Journalism
The Weekly, the paper’s documentary venture with FX, is well made but overly reliant on “Truth” branding.
Watch Chantal Akerman’s Films for Free on Hulu
For 12 days, the Criterion Collection has made its entire catalogue of Akerman’s work available for viewing on Hulu for free.