What’s new on Hulu in November 2018

What to Watch on Hulu in November 2018

Hulu adds new titles to its already wide catalog of content. Here you can find the complete list of new titles for November 2018.

Notable titles arriving

Into The Dark: Flesh & Blood: Episode 2 (November 2)

Into the Dark (Hulu Original) is a monthly episodic release from Blumhouse Studios, each episode focusing on a festival for its month. Episode 2, Flesh & Blood, tells the story of Kimberly (Diana Silvers), an agoraphobic teenager, that hasn’t left the house since her mother’s murder, which remains unsolved. While under the care of her doting father (Dermot Mulroney) on the eve of Thanksgiving, Kimberly begins to suspect that she is in danger, and that it’s always the ones you love that hurt you the most.

Wonder (November 2)

A movie based on the best-selling book of the same name, starring Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Tremblay. It tells the inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman (portrayed by Jacob Tremblay). August is born with facial differences that, until now, prevented him from going to a mainstream school. August becomes an unlikely hero when he enters the local fifth grade class.

Big Lebowski (November 1)

This super chill cult classic. Jeff Bridge plays Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski, a LA slacker and bowler, who is assaulted when he’s mistaken for millionaire Jeffrey Lebowski. He seeks restitution for his ruined rug, that really tied the room together, and enlists his bowling buddies to help get it.

Other notable movies include a number of James Bond movies, and the first three installments from the recent Ocean’s Eleven franchise.

Here’s the full list of titles coming to Hulu in November:

November 1

K: Complete Season 2

Sailor Moon: Complete Season 3

Six: Complete Season 2

10 to Midnight

28 Days Later

2001 Maniacs

The Accused

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

A Fairly Odd Christmas

A Fistful of Dynamite

A View to Kill

Albert

Alice

Amelie

Bachelor Party

Barbie Mariposa and Her Butterfly Fairy Friends

Barbie The Pearl Princess

The Big Lebowski

The Birdcage

Benny & Joon

Blue Chips

Boo 2! A Medea Halloween

Candyman 3: Day of the Dead

Carnage Park

De-Lovely

Death Wish

Death Wish 3

Death Wish IV: The Crackdown

Desperate Hours

Diamonds are Forever

Die Another Day

Dr. No

Dysfunktional Family

Existenz

The Faculty

For Your Eyes Only

Four Rooms

From Russia with Love

Gloria

Goldeneye

Goldfinger

Guns of the Magnificent Seven

Happy Christmas

Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth

Hellraiser IV: Bloodline

Hoosiers

Hostel

Hostel 2

The Interpreter

Invasion U.S.A.

Italian for Beginners

Jane Eyre

Joey

Johnny Reno

K2

Leaving Las Vegas

License to Kill

Like Water

Little Black Book

Little Man Tate

Little Odessa

Live and Let Die

The Living Daylights

Lord of War

Made

The Magnificent Seven Ride

The Man with the Golden Gun

Map of the Human Heart

The Mighty

Missing in Action II: The Beginning

The Mod Squad

Moonraker

Mulholland Falls

Never Back Down

Never Say Never Again

Ninja III: The Domination

Ocean’s Eleven

Ocean’s Twelve

Ocean’s Thirteen

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

Phantoms

Pleasantville

Radio Days

The Red Violin

Rescue Dawn

Revenge of the Ninja

Rob Roy

Santa Hunters

Searching for Bobby Fischer

Soapdish

Soufra

Species: the Awakening

Supercop

The Spy Who Loved Me

Thunderball

Tiny Christmas

Tomorrow Never Dies

Wicker Park

The World is Not Enough

XXX

XXX: State of the Union

You Only Live Twice

November 2

Into The Dark: Flesh & Blood: Episode 2 Premiere (Hulu Original)

Dietland: Complete Season 1

Wonder

November 3

Vanderpump Rules: Complete Season 6

Kick-Ass

Larger Than Life

An Ordinary Man

November 6

Top Chef: Complete Season 15

November 7

Europa Report

November 8

Under the Tree

November 9

Married With Children: Complete Seasons 1-11

November 10

Big Hero 6

November November 18

Monster’s Ball

November 12

The Little Death

The Wolfpack

November 13

Bigfoot

Keepers of the Magic

Killer Bees

November 15

Hip-Hop Houdini: Complete Season 1

12 Dog Days Till Christmas

A Christmas Kiss II

A Cinderella Christmas

A Dogwalker’s Christmas Tale

A Puppy for Christmas

Angels in the Snow

Back to Christmas

Cartel Land

Christmas Belle

Christmas with the Andersons

Dust 2 Glory

Girlfriends of Christmas Past

Holly’s Holiday

Luis & The Aliens

Married by Christmas

My Dad is Scrooge

My Santa

Naughty & Nice

Rodeo & Juliet

The Bank Job

The Christmas Calendar

The March Sisters at Christmas

The Secret of the Nutcracker

November 16

The Bisexual: Complete Season 1 Premiere (Hulu Original)

Holly Hobbie: Complete Season 1 (Hulu Original)

Dept. Q: A Conspiracy of Faith

Dept Q: The Absent One

Dept. Q: The Keeper of Lost Causes

November 18

Nina’s World: Complete Season 2

Hero (“Ying Xiong”)

The Condemned

November 20

Aliens and Agenda 21

November 21

Box of Moonlight

Damascus Cover

November 22

Hollywood Game Night: Season 6 Premiere

November 23

Baskets: Complete Season 3

November 24

Downsizing

November 28

Best of Enemies

November 29

Mighty Magiswords: Complete Season 1B (

Harry Brown

November 30

Broken Star

Daylight’s End

Scenic Route

The Remains

Undrafted

And here’s the full list of titles leaving Hulu in November:

November 30

A Good Woman

A Murder of Crows

Always Watching

American Psycho

American Psycho 2

Anaconda

Anarchy Parlor

Be Cool

Burnt Offerings

Cake

City Island

Cool It

Darkness

Doctor Dolittle 2

Driftwood

Emma

Escape From New York

Extortion

Fall Time

Get Shorty

Ghost In the Shell

Going Overboard

Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man

I Am David

Joyride

Prancer

Primal Fear

Pumpkinhead

Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings

Roger Dodger

Senorita Justice

Small Town Saturday Night

Species

Species II

Species III

Stanley & Iris

Stealth Fighter

The Terminator

They Came Together

What Dreams May Come

What’s Eating Gilbert Grape

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