In honor of Black History Month, Hulu is showcasing Black stories and Black storytellers in its Black Stories Always hub.
In February, which is Black History Month, Hulu is premiering the third and final season of Wu-Tang: An American Saga; the sixth and final season of FX’s Snowfall; Onyx Collective’s docuseries, The 1619 Project in partnership with the New York Times, as well as Onyx’s Bruiser; the fifth season of Freeform’s Grown-ish and new episodes of ABC’s Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning Abbott Elementary.
Other Black stories included in the hub are FX’s Kindred and Atlanta, ABC’s The Wonder Years, Onyx Collective’s Reasonable Doubt and more, including vintage shows like The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Family Matters.
Premiering this month:
Wednesday, February 1: Sherman’s Showcase (season 2B premiere of sketch comedy)
Thursday, February 2: Soul of a Nation Presents Black in Vegas from ABC News Studios
Friday, February 9: Three Ways (original film)
Monday, February 13: Kulipari: An Army of Frogs (complete first season of animated series written by former NFL player Trevor Pryce)
Wednesday, February 15: Wu-Tang: An American Saga (first three episodes with new episodes on Wednesdays)
Wednesday, February 15: Craig of the Creek (season 4 premiere of animated series)
Thursday, February 23: FX’s Snowfall (sixth and final season premiere)
Friday, February 24: Onyx Collection’s Bruiser (original film premiere)
Check out Hulu’s Black Stories Always hub to see what else is available to stream during Black History Month.
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