As fall begins and the holidays approach, there's plenty to watch on streaming services from The Handmaid's Tale to new true crime docs. Plus, hulu is loading up on classics, including Only Lovers Left Alive and Notting Hill.
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Among the films arriving on Hulu in November are all five Rocky movies and the original James Bond film, "For Your Eyes Only." The original "Fatal Attraction" is also joining the service as well as the movies, "From Russia with Love," "Dr. No," "Goldfinger," and "Diamonds Are Forever."
Other new arrivals on Hulu this month include the comedy series "Fresh" starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan; Taika Waititi's thriller, "Reservation Dogs" featuring Native Americans in a tight-knit group who fight to save society; and the horror anthology Into the Dark. The first season of HBO's acclaimed drama about the real-life affair between a high-profile Evangelical couple is also hitting the service this month.
Also on the horizon is a documentary about the infamous pool attendant of the Fontainebleau Hotel, Giancarlo Granda, and his affair with Becki Falwell's husband, Jerry Falwell, called "God Forbid." And, finally, there's a sequel to the satirical movie about bisexual dating, "The Bisexual," also available on Nov. 16. For more on what's coming to Hulu and other streaming services, check out Vulture's guide to the best of what's to come this month.