Here what's leaving Hulu in September


Illustration by Max Fleishman

There is good news—and bad.

Earlier this summer Netflix and the CW announced a new partnership that will bring CW shows such as Arrow, The Flash, and Supernatural to the streaming service much quicker than in recent years. That’s good news for Netflix subscribers; not great news for Hulu customers. Because before the CW shows can migrate to Netflix, they’ll be bailing on Hulu. As of Sept. 18, Hulu’s current deal with the CW will expire and a dozen or so series that have been Hulu staples will get flushed.

You can see the full list of Hulu departures below. In the future, these and other disappearing CW shows will premiere on Netflix in full seasons shortly after the shows air their season finales on the network. They will be available the day after air on Amazon Video and soon after that on

Sept. 18

The 100 (CW)

Arrow (CW)

Beauty and the Beast (CW)

Containment (CW)

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW)

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (CW)

The Flash (CW)

iZombie (CW)

Jane the Virgin (CW)

The Originals (CW)

Reign (CW)

Supernatural (CW)

Vampire Diaries (CW)

Sept. 30

Disturbing Behavior (1998)

Wicker Park (2004)

Clerks (1994)

Beverly Hills Cop (1984)

Hulu developing Ben Stiller comedy based on Brazilian series
Ben Stiller is bringing Bitches to Hulu.  According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hulu is developing Stiller's half-hour comedic anthology series, which is based on a Brazilian show called As Canalhas. That roughly translates to "the bastards," and each episode spotlights a different woman who tells of the "evil deeds" she's committed against friends, lovers, strangers, or family.
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