This week I finally broke down and ordered Hulu, pretty much the only online streaming service I hadn’t yet subscribed to already. (Now I’ve got them all.) I figured since I can’t buy anything else these days I might as well splurge.
The impetus for the Hulu purchase was to watch Brockmire, a show that would seem to be right up my alley. Hank Azaria playing a washed-up sports announcer for a misfit team in a Podunk city? That’s me all day.
And yeah, it still is, though I’ve found the idea of Brockmire much better than its execution.
So much for that.
I surfed about Hulu a bit more and found something called High Fidelity. Yeah, High Fidelity, like the movie and the book from–Jesus that was a long time ago. The series stars Zoe Kravitz. And yeah, that’s about all I can say about it.
Anybody got anything useful for me to watch on the Hulu? I’m oh-for-two so far.
Now if you’ll excuse me I’ve got some old cartoons to watch on Disney+.