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Netflix or Hulu? Some of us might have the luxury of having both at our fingertips, but our loyalty lies with one or the other. They both offer things the other one doesn’t. Here are 7 shows that you can only watch on Hulu:


1) The Mindy Project

The Mindy Project follows the life of a obstetrician and gynecologist, Mindy Lahiri, as she maneuvers through her personal and professional life. You’ll find that Mindy is seriously relatable and quotable. I haven’t even watched it yet though I can already relate through the gifs I see.

2) The O.C.

The series centers around Ryan Atwood, who is from the other side of town, and how he enters the lives of a wealthy, upper-class family that lives in Newport Beach. The O.C. continues to follow the lives of the Cohens, Coopers and Nichols parents and kids. Welcome to The O.C., you won’t regret it.

3) 11.22.63

What if you were given the chance to change the past? Would you? 11.22.63 presents a high school teacher, named Jake Epping, who is given a chance, by a longtime friend, to change a huge event in history.  Jake goes on a challenging quest to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963.  If you’re obsessed with JFK as much as I am, you’ll LOVE this show. 

4) Smallville

Smallville is based on the life of Superman, before he ever became Superman. It follows the life of Clark Kent and his friends through-out high school and eventually his career. Clark struggles in high school with his learning experiences with his powers and having to keep it a secret from those around him.

5) The Voice

The Voice is a reality TV singing competition show. The follows the process of Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and 2 other celebrities finding the best aspiring singer. The winner is mainly determined by television viewers through different various ways of voting. Help the judges find the next superstar.

6) Happy Endings

Happy Endings follows 6 best friends: Jane, Alex, Penny, Dave, Max & Brad, and their dysfunctional adventures through-out their lives in Chicago. If you loved “How I Met Your Mother” and/or “Friends” then you’ll love this show.

7) Keeping Up With The Kardashians

Keeping Up With The Kardashians is a reality TV show that follows the personal and professional lives of the Kardashian–Jenner blended family. You may think you know the Kardashians lives by stalking them on Instagram, but that’s only the surface. Watch KUWTK  for a unique peek inside the exploits and privileged private lives of the Kardashian-Jenner clan.

Caroline O