What's Coming to Hulu in February? Here's a Complete List of Movies and Shows

Since most of the United States is still in the middle of winter, it's good news that a slew of new streaming options is coming to Hulu in February. It'll be a wide variety of movies and shows that date back to the 1980s and come from networks such as Showtime (a Showtime subscription will be needed), CMT and ABC, according to a Jan. 19 press release by Hulu. 

Some big-name titles include 2005's King Kong, Braveheart and Freedom Writers. Popular television shows that'll be adding new episodes and seasons include Workaholics and Baby Daddy

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Fox's televised live musical Grease: Live, which stars Julianne Hough and Aaron Tveit, will also be available for streaming on Feb. 1, right after its Sunday evening on-air premiere. 

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Music lovers can also look forward to February since Hulu will be streaming Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church and Michael Jackson's Journey From Motown to Off the Wall

In anticipation for the Super Bowl 50, Hulu will be airing a special called Inside the NFL: 2015 Super Bowl Preview, which doubles as another excuse to eat chicken wings.

Below is a list of some of the titles hitting Hulu in February, according to a press release:

Feb 1: 

Braveheart (1995)

An Officer and a Gentleman (1982)

School Ties (1992)

Feb 2: 

Castle

Feb 3:

UnREAL: Season 1

The Muppets

Fresh Off the Boat

Mob Wives: Season 6

Feb 4: 

Family Pictures (1993)

South of Hell (2015)

Tin Man (2007)

Departures (2008) 

Workaholics: Season 6 premiere

Idiotsitter: season 1

Young & Hungry: Season 3

Baby Daddy: Season 5 premiere 

Feb 5: 

Paranoid Park (2007)

The Objective (2008) 

China, IL: Season 3

Feb 6: 

Mortdecai (2015) 

Sleepy Hollow.

Feb 7: 

A Merry Friggin Christmas (2014)

Feb 8: 

The Incredible Dr. Pol: Season 8 premiere 

Feb 9: 

Spare Parts (2015) 

Great Human Race 

Big Fix Alaska

Feb 11: 

The Thin Blue Line (1988)

Feb 12: 

Grey's Anatomy

Scandal

How to Get Away With Murder

Feb 14: 

Monster Fish: Season 6 premiere 

Feb 15:

11.22.63.: Season 1 premiere 

Feb 16: 

From Rocky To Creed (2015)

Feb 22: 

Generation X: Season 1 premiere

Feb 25: 

Blue is the Warmest Color (2013)

Feb 26: 

Project Runway: Season 13

Dance Moms: Season 4

Pawn Stars: Seasons 7 and 8

Feb 27: 

Pet Talk: Season 1 premiere 

Feb 29: 

Jerry Maguire (1996)

The Lifeguard (2013) 

Gotham

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