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7 Hulu Series You Can Now Stream on Disney+

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7 Hulu Series You Can Now Stream on Disney+
7 Hulu Series You Can Now Stream on Disney+

7 Hulu Series You Can Now Stream on Disney+

The long-awaited merger of Hulu and Disney+ has finally arrived, simplifying streaming with one less password to remember. Now, fans can indulge in entertainment from both platforms using just one login.

Here are seven must-watch Hulu series that you can now enjoy on Disney+.

Related: Hulu on Disney+ Launches Today for Disney+ Bundle Subscribers
In a scene from the television show Shōgun, Hiroyuki Sanada (Lord Yoshi Toranaga) is standing and wearing a gold kosode. Anna Sawai (Toda Mariko) kneels in front of Yoshi Toranaga and is wearing a light blue kosode. Courtesy of FX Networks.
7 Hulu Series You Can Now Stream on Disney+

Shōgun (2024)

This FX saga tells the story of two daring souls and a mysterious samurai: John Blackthorne, a brave English sailor marooned in Japan where he discovers the magic of a new culture; Lord Toranaga, a wise daimyo battling his foes with cunning; and Lady Mariko, a skilled translator who strives to prove her loyalty and honor despite her troubled past.

In a scene from the television show The Bear, Carmy, played by Jeremy White, is sitting on a metallic kitchen shelf. He is wearing a white T-shirt and a blue apron. Courtesy of FX Networks.

The Bear (2022-present) 

Returning to Chicago from the fine dining industry, a young chef finds himself at the helm of his family’s sandwich shop following a tragic loss. Far removed from his previous world, Carmy faces the daunting challenges of small business ownership, a stubborn kitchen team, and strained familial ties, all compounded by the aftermath of his brother’s suicide. Amidst the struggle to revitalize both the shop and his own spirit, Carmy discovers unexpected support from his gritty kitchen crew, who ultimately become his chosen family.

In a scene from the television show Abbott Elementary, Jacob Hill (left), played by Chris Perfetti and Janine Teagues (right), played by Quinta Brunson, are sitting in chairs within an audience space, clapping with pride. Perfetti wears a checkered shirt, a green sweater, and a mustard puffer jacket, while Brunson wears an orange and red striped dress. Other audience members are also seen joining the applause.

Abbott Elementary (2021-present)

Abbott Elementary is a heartwarming American mockumentary sitcom set in the underfunded and predominantly Black Willard R. Abbott Elementary School in Philadelphia. Led by the perpetually optimistic second-grade teacher Janine Teagues, the ensemble cast navigate the challenges of mismanagement and harsh conditions while striving to make a difference in the lives of their students. With a mix of humor and sincerity, the show highlights the dedication of teachers, including Janine, Jacob, Barbara, Melissa, Ava, and Gregory, as they experience the trials and triumphs of working in education.

In a scene from the television series Only Murders in the Building, actors Selena Gomez (Mabel), Martin Short (Oliver), and Steve Martin (Charles Haden) stand frozen as they encounter a woman. Gomez has a startled expression and is wearing a white and black patterned coat with matching loafers. Short, smiling, dons a lilac shirt, gray undercoat, black jacket, colorful shawl, gray pants, and black sneakers, and is gripping Martin's forearm. Martin, also shocked, sports a striped, blue shirt, blue sweater with matching stripes, and blue jeans. The background showcases the interior of an apartment.

Only Murders in the Building (2021-present)

This delightful comedic mystery series bring together the unlikely trio played by Steve Martin (Charles Haden), Martin Short (Oliver), and Selena Gomez (Mabel). Set in a posh New York City apartment building, the show follows these three neighbors who bond over their shared obsession with true crime podcasts. When real murders shake up their building, they embark on hilarious and amateur sleuthing adventures, complete with witty banter and unexpected twists.

In a scene from the television series Normal People, Connell (left), played by Paul Mescal and Marianne (right), played by Daisy Edgar-Jones, are seated on a marble pavement. Connell wears a gray T-shirt, black cargo shorts, and sneakers, while Marianne wears a black midi dress and sneakers, holding an ice cream cone. Marianne gazes at Connell while he looks down.

Normal People (2020)

Based on Sally Rooney’s bestselling novel of the same name, Normal People explores the complex relationship between Connell and Marianne, two young adults from a small town in Ireland. The series follows their journey through high school and university as they navigate love, friendship, and personal growth. Set against the backdrop of societal expectations and class dynamics, Normal People delves into the intricacies of human connection and the impact of intimate relationships on shaping one’s identity.

In a scene from the television series Feud: Capote vs. The Swans, from left to right, Diane Lane, Calista Flockhart, and Chloë Sevigny stand indoors conversing. They are in black dresses, with Flockhart and Sevigny seen holding drinks as they gaze toward Diane.

Feud: Capote vs. The Swans (2024)

Season 2 of Ryan Murphy’s Feud anthology is set in the glamorous world of 1950s and 1960s New York City. It explores the complex dynamics of friendship, betrayal, and ambition within the upper echelons of society. The season delves into the infamous feud between writer Truman Capote and the glamorous socialite “swans” of high society, including Babe Paley and Slim Keith. Through a mix of historical drama and fictionalized storytelling, Feud: Capote vs. The Swans offers a compelling glimpse into the lives of these larger-than-life personalities and the scandals that rocked their social circles.

In a scene from the television series Reservation Dogs, Bear Smallhill (left), played by D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai, is walking with Cheese (right), played by Lane Factor. Bear wears a gray graphic hoodie, a blue jacket, black jeans, and black sneakers. Cheese sports a red cap, a short-sleeve black shirt with floral details, green cargo pants, and black slides. In the background, a blue truck and a white trailer are visible.

Reservation Dogs (2021-2023)

Reservation Dogs captures the essence of Indigenous youth with its refreshing blend of comedy and drama. Set in rural Oklahoma, the series follows a tight-knit group of four teenagers navigating the challenges of adolescence while dreaming of a brighter future away from their reservation community. With its authentic portrayal of Native American life and heartfelt storytelling, Reservation Dogs offers a compelling and often humorous exploration of friendship, identity, and the pursuit of dreams.

7 Hulu Series You Can Now Stream on Disney+

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