8 New Releases On Hulu This Week

Did you miss your favorite show this week? No worries, hulu most likely has it. Here are some intriguing episodes recently added on hulu.

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1. Burn Notice: Fast Friends. Season 4: Ep.2. This is the June 10th episode of Burn Notice. Michael meets Jesse, a recently burned counterintelligence agent looking for Michael’s help. Michael agrees to help Jesse clear his name, but first must get him out of the crosshairs of a ruthless drug trafficker seeking revenge.

 

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2. Hell’s Kitchen is back for another season. While this link is to episode 2, episode 1 is also available on hulu if you missed it. In this episode, 15 chefs compete, getting back to the basics.

 

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3. The Secret Life of the American Teenager:  In the season premiere Adrian copes with the news from last season.

 

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4. Top Shot:

15 men and 1 woman arrive from around the country to live together, put their marksmanship skills to the test, and compete for the $100,000 prize and title of Top Shot.

 

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5. America’s Most Wanted: This episode is fresh enough for you to catch an at-large  criminal in your own neighborhood.

 

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6. Friday Night Lights: Matt faces his feelings about his father; Vince is conflicted by the adulation he receives as a football player.

 

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7. Friday Night SmackDown: Get your wrestling jones.

 

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8. The Rotten Tomatoes Show: On this week’s Rotten Tomatoes Show, Brett Erlich and Ellen Fox lead reviews of the movies The A-Team, Winter’s Bone, and The Karate Kid, a remake of the 1980s hit, starring Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan.

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