Hulu’s Top 10-are You Watching?

The top Hulu shows this week are a mixed bag. There’s something for everyone, from reality shows to variety shows, to dramas, and sci-fi fantasy lovers. The only thing missing is cartoons. Here are the top 10 in no particular order. Did your favorite show make the list?

1.

Covert Affairs: Fool in the Rain
Yahya “Johnny” Rahimi is a member of an Iranian trade delegation attending the WTO conference. Upon arriving in Toronto, he escapes his handlers and contacts the CIA, hoping to parlay stolen intelligence into safe passage to the United States in this new spy series.

2.

White Collar: Company Man

In this series, a white collar criminal agrees to help the FBI catch other white collar criminals using his expertise as an art and securities thief, counterfeiter and racketeer. In this episode, Neal and Peter must go undercover into the world of corporate espionage after a tech company’s head researcher is murdered.

3.

Warehouse 13: Vendetta

The team flies to Russia to track down a killer with links to Artie. It’s hard to encapsulate Warehouse 13. Read my review here for more on this syfy show.

4.

America’s Got Talent

Talk about a slow build to a climax. This show is in its 15th week, and it’s just gotten to the top 10. Watch the top 10 perform live from Hollywood.

5.

The Secret Life of the American Teenager: Rules of Engagement

Anne and Amy suspect George is cheating, Ricky and Amy go out on a date.

6.

Melissa & Joey: The Perfect Storm

Think Who’s the Boss with adult child stars. Melissa is Melissa Joan Hart, aka Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Joey is Joey Lawrence of Blossom. Melissa hires broke trader Joey to be Nanny (Manny) to her niece and nephew she has just taken custody of. In this episode, Mel’s parents’ visit causes lots of tension.

7.

WWE Monday Night Raw: The Undertaker vs Brett Hart

8.

Glee Fall Preview

9.

Louie: God
This week in the single father comedy, Louie (comedian Louie C.K.) explores religion.

10.

Wipeout: Food Fight
Twenty-four contestants compete on the world’s largest extreme obstacle course. In this episode, pizza projectiles pelt contestants on a cafeteria-themed Spinner.

One Comment

  1. Gavin
    Posted November 13, 2010 at 4:31 am | Permalink

    Hmmm…a couple of these shows seemed interesting…err…well not really. It all seems like “Primetimeslime” (I suppose “Vendetta” didn’t sound too bad.) I am just happy with my anime…which Hulu Plus has a decent amt. of…and and occasional documentary, or ‘Docu-drama’ and a good movie that can occasional be found. But don’t get me wrong…anime is as varietal thematically as our own cinema. There is alot of garbage out there, but for every bland bubble-gum card inspiring cliche’ DragonBall Yu-Gi-Oh ‘Ja-PanAmericanimation’ there is a whole underground of thought-provoking “Mouryou no Hako’s”,inspiring “Nabari no Ou’s”, creative time-capsule “Baccano’s” and touching “Ef- A Tale of Memories” that make our Reality Tv shows…well seem pretty unrealistically pathetic. But that is just my humble opinion…and I won’t downplay the abundance of talented writer’s that we do have it’s just our culture seems to have “popped” a long time ago. soulvom33

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