Hulu Streaming News and April 2024 New Releases

Hulu April 2024 New Releases

April 1

Vanderpump Villa: Series Premiere
Annie, 2014
The Big Lebowski, 1998
Blair Witch, 2016
Blockers, 2018
Boys on the Side, 1995
Capone, 2020
Captain Phillips, 2013
Copycat, 1995
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, 2012
Don’t Worry Darling, 2022
The Fifth Element, 1997
The Fog, 2005
Get Him to the Greek, 2010
The Grudge 2, 2006
Hellboy, 2004
The Host, 2006
The Huntsman: Winter’s War, 2016
Jack The Giant Slayer, 2013
The Karate Kid, 2010
Letters to Juliet, 2010
Made in America, 1993
The Next Karate Kid, 1994
Ocean’s Eleven, 2001
Ocean’s Twelve, 2004
Ocean’s Thirteen, 2007
Pacific Rim, 2013
Runaway Jury, 2003
Seven Years in Tibet, 1997
Shazam!, 2019
Shazam! Fury of the Gods, 2023
Take Shelter, 2011
Wonder Woman, 2017
You Don’t Mess With The Zohan, 2008
X2: X-Men United, 2003
50 First Dates, 2004

April 2
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2024: Special Premiere
The Interrogation Room: Complete Season 1
Jumanji: The Next Level, 2019

April 3
UFO Factory: Complete Season 1

April 4
American Horror Story: Delicate: Part 2 Premiere
American Pickers: Complete Season 24B
Best in Chow: Complete Season 1
Dark Marvels: Complete Season 1
Mountain Men: Ultimate Marksman: Complete Season 1B
Lord of rMisrule, 2023

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Dinosaur: Complete Season 1
She Came to Me, 2023

April 6
The Fable: Series Premiere

April 7
GO! GO! Loser Ranger!: Series Premiere
Mission: Yozakura Family: Series Premiere (Subbed)

April 8
Ishura: Complete Season 1 (Dubbed)

April 9
The Grudge, 2020
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies, 2018

April 10
Blood Free: Two-Episode Series Premiere
Grand Cayman: Secrets in Paradise: Series Premiere
The Incredible Dr. Pol: Season 24 Premiere
Sand Land: The Series: Two Episode Premiere (Dubbed)
Curtain Call: Complete Season 1
Kusama: Infinity, 2018

April 11
Cold Case Files: The Rifkin Murders: Complete Season 1
Scraps: Complete Season 1
#TextMeWhenYouGetHome: Complete Season 2
Immediate Family, 2022
Trapped in the Farmhouse, 2023

April 12
The Channel, 2023
The Greatest Hits, 2024

April 13
Alone, 2020

April 15
A Kind Of Murder, 2016
The Stranger, 2020

April 17
See You in Another Life: Complete Season 1
Under the Bridge: Series Premiere
Drain the Oceans: Season 6 Premiere
Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet: Season 12 Premiere

April 18
All You Can Eat: Complete Season 1
Secrets of Miss America: Complete Season 1
60 Days In: Complete Season 8
Amish Stud: The Eli Weaver Story, 2023
Blacklight, 2022

April 19
Welcome to Wrexham: Season 3 Premiere
Tattoo Fixers: Complete Seasons 1-4

April 20
High Hopes: Complete Season 1
The Marijuana Revolution: Complete Season 1

April 22
Hip-Hop and The White House: Documentary
Secrets of the Octopus: Special Premiere
Little Women, 2019
Yes, God, Yes, 2019

April 23
The Meg, 2018

April 24
Wonderful World: Complete Season 1
Talking Sabor: Complete Season 1

April 25
Booked: First Day In: Complete Season 1
Mountain Men: Complete Season 11
Wahlburgers: Complete Season 7
Barber, 2023
Boy in the Walls, 2023

April 26
Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story: Complete Docuseries

April 27
The New York Times Presents: Broken Horses: Special Premiere
American Woman, 2018

April 28
Isn’t It Romantic, 2019
Stars at Noon, 2022
Welcome to Smelliville, 2021

April 30
The Veil: Limited Series Premiere


March Hulu Streaming News

What to Know About Freaknik Before or After Viewing

Wednesday | 03/20/2024  by Lars Hindsley — In April ’96, Atlanta’s legendary Freaknik party hit its peak and, well, kind of imploded. What started as a chill picnic for Black college students had by then ballooned into an epic street bash, drawing over 200,000 party-goers ready to celebrate Black culture in style. But with fame came mayhem: the streets were jam-packed, traffic turned into a nightmare, and the vibe between police and party-goers got tense. Throw in a dash of controversy from the locals and you’ve got a recipe for a cultural flashpoint. The fallout? Atlanta clamped down hard in the following years, beefing up police patrols and tightening traffic rules, cooling off Freaknik’s wild heart. The ’96 Freaknik became a cautionary tale of what happens when a cool party gets too hot to handle, marking a bittersweet chapter in Atlanta’s pop culture history.


Calling all cool kids, history buffs, and everyone who’s ever rocked a pair of overalls with one strap undone – Freaknik was the ultimate gathering spot for Black college students from every corner of the U.S. Picture HBCU pride meets spring break freedom, with a guest list that reads like a who’s who of future movers and shakers.


Imagine the biggest block party you’ve ever seen – now multiply that by epic. Freaknik started as a modest picnic in the early ’80s and exploded into a sprawling urban festival by April 1996. We’re talking street dancing, booming sound systems, and a parade of cars that turned Atlanta into the place to be for a weekend of unadulterated fun.

Freaknik Celebrants at Piedmont Park, Atlanta, 1994
Piedmont Park, while not the official or singular central location for Freaknik, did play a significant role in the event’s history as a gathering spot for attendees, especially in the earlier years of Freaknik’s evolution. The park, located in the heart of Atlanta, is known for its scenic views and spacious outdoor areas, making it an ideal location for large groups to congregate. . Photo attributed to Johnny Crawford of the Associated Press.


Mark your calendars and set your throwback clocks: April 1996 was when Freaknik history was made. This wasn’t just any spring fling; it was the year the party reached its zenith, with estimates saying over 200,000 revelers descended on Atlanta, ready to make memories.


Atlanta, Georgia – the city too busy to hate but never too busy to party. Freaknik took over the streets, parks, and hearts of ATL, transforming the city into a non-stop celebration of youth, music, and culture. From Piedmont Park to the buzzing avenues of downtown, if you were looking for the party’s heart, you found it everywhere.


Because why not? Freaknik was born from a desire for connection, celebration, and a break from the academic grind, showcasing the vibrancy of Black culture and college camaraderie. But by ’96, the sheer scale of the bash brought Atlanta to a standstill, sparking debates about public gatherings, cultural expression, and city dynamics.

So, there you have it – Freaknik ’96, a moment in time where Atlanta became the epicenter of a cultural phenomenon, packed with lessons, legends, and a legacy that’s still talked about today. Whether you were there in spirit or living it up in the heart of the action, Freaknik remains a hallmark of ’90s pop culture cool.

You can get your Freaknik on anytime after Thursday, March 21, 2024.

Pop Culture Press