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Hulu’s British Binge-cation: Five Exclusive U.S. Premieres Beginning July 27

Jul 09 Posted by in Press Releases | Comments

Need to get away? Pack up the remote and your finest pair of sweats. It’s time to take a trip on Hulu’s British Binge-cation; a week-long event on the telly, where we’ll premiere five new, and uniquely British shows. Now that’s bloody brilliant.

NO PASSPORT NEEDED!

 

MONDAY, JULY 27

Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On:
Complete First Season (Fremantle, 20 Eps.)

Jamie Oliver shares easy-to-follow recipes, ingredient swaps and tips to inspire people staying at home.

 

TUESDAY, JULY 28

Maxxx:
Complete First Season (All3Media, 6 Eps.)

Written, co-directed, executive produced and starring O-T Fagbenle (Black Widow, The Handmaid’s Tale), Maxxx centers around a formerly famous boyband star who tries to make his music comeback and prove to the world that he isn’t a washed-up, old has-been. To get his career back on track Maxxx tries to convince his former manager Don Wild, played by Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: SVU, The Handmaid’s Tale) to take him back but he has other ideas and recruits the help of wannabe manager Tamzin, played by Pippa Bennett-Warner (Harlots).

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29

Ladhood:
Complete First Season (BBC, 6 Eps.)

A coming-of-age comedy from BAFTA-nominated comedian Liam Williams (Back to Life), exploring the roots of modern-day masculinity by delving into the memories of his own misspent adolescence.

 

THURSDAY, JULY 30

In My Skin:
Complete First Season (BBC, 5 Eps.)

Coming-of-age story about 16-year-old Bethan, who deals with the comical but painfully real anxieties and insecurities of teenage life, along with the stark reality of a home life that is far removed from what she projects to her friends. Directed by Lucy Forbes (The End of the F***ing World) and written by Kayleigh Llewellyn. The pilot episode of In My Skin won two BAFTA Cymru awards for Best Drama and Best Actress.

 

FRIDAY, JULY 31

Brassic:
Complete First Season (ITV, 6 Eps.)

Following the exploits of Vinnie (Joseph Gilgun, Preacher), a Lancashire lad with bipolar disorder, and Dylan, his razor-smart best mate. Inseparable and utterly co-dependant, these boys have hardly spent a day apart since birth. Also starring Michelle Keegan (Coronation Street), Damien Molony (GameFace) and Dominic West (The Wire, The Affair). Brassic was co-created by Gilgun and Daniel Brocklehurst (Shameless, The Stranger, Safe).