Egyptian-American comedian Ramy Youssef, who is based in America, will star in a Hulu series called Ramy, which is due to air in April.
Spotify and Hulu are teaming up–again–for a new offer.
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Annie (Aidy Bryant) wants to have it all. But her ultra-demanding boss won’t give her a shot at writing her first article and her boyfriend is more of a long-term booty call. While she knows she deserves better, her weight makes her self-conscious and thinks she has to settle. But some sage advice from a stripper as she reviews the Chinese food buffet at a strip club helps change her perspective and start calling more of the shots. Welcome to Shrill, the new series from Hulu which premiered its first two episodes at the South By Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival Monday night, March 11th in Austin, TX.
If you subscribe to AT&T's DirecTV Now, keep an eye on your bill -- prices are going up again. Last July, AT&T increased the cost of its live TV streaming bundles by $5 per month. And according to Variety, beginning in April, AT&T will add another $10 per month. That means the cost of a monthly subscription has gone up more than 40 percent in less than one year. In addition to the price changes, AT&T will streamline its DirecTV Now plans offering just two, rather than its current five (though existing customers will not be kicked out of their packages).
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On a September afternoon, Aidy Bryant, of “Saturday Night Live” fame, was on the Portland set of “Shrill,” the Hulu TV series inspired by Lindy West’s witty, sharp, opinionated memoir. As Annie, an aspiring journalist, Bryant was having words with her editor and boss, Gabe (John Cameron Mitchell), at the offices of the “Weekly Thorn” newspaper.
In Shrill, Hulu’s new comedy series, Aidy Bryant’s awakening happens quietly.