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Here’s Everything That’s Coming to and Leaving Hulu in July

  • The Wrap
Hulu is ringing in the summer with plenty of new titles to keep you occupied during your air conditioned TV binges next month.

The Stephen King multiverse series “Castle Rock” finally makes its debut on July 25, and the final season of Hulu’s original series “Casual” will land on July 31.

Meanwhile, the second season of Hulu’s “Harlots” premieres on July 11, and Season 4 of “You’re the Worst” is available on July 6. The third season of Lifetime’s “UnReal” is available on July 2.

Also Read: Hulu Orders Drama Pilot 'Reprisal' From 'Handmaid's Tale' Producer Warren Littlefield

See below for the complete list of titles coming to and leaving next month.

Available July 1

Alone: Complete Season 3 (History)

American Pickers: Complete Season 17 (History)

American Ripper: Complete Season 1 (History)

Ancient Top 10: Complete Season 1 (History)

The Curse of Oak Island: Complete Season 4 (History)

Doomsday Preppers: Complete Season 2 (Nat Geo)

Forged in Fire: Complete
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IFC November Thrills and Chills

Even though everyone's all about what's hitting home video in October for Halloween, the good folks over at IFC gave us a look at what they're dishing out in terms of horror and thrillers for the month of November!

Synopsis

Lisa Vidal of ER and Star Trek delivers a startling performance as Deborah Martin, a former photographer turned stay-at-home mom who moves her family into a strange house filled with cut-glass windows and beveled mirrors that reflect to infinity. As she attempts to restart her photography career, Deborah discovers to her utter horror that those she photographs die – reflected in the chilling visions she sees in the house’s mirrors. Has Deborah accidentally unearthed the house’s dark past? Has she discovered an alternate reality that unleashes a homicidal evil? Or is she trapped within the terrifying recesses of her own disturbed mind?

The DVD available November 3rd presents the film in widescreen letterbox format.
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Behind the Greener Door: Three Tips for an Eco-friendly Sex Life

The Birds And The Bees. Mother Nature Network columnist Vanessa Vadim, whose latest column focuses on eco-friendly sex. Mother Nature Network eco-columnist Vanessa Vadim typically doles out environmentally friendly advice on prosaic items such as cookware, mosquito repellants, and compost piles. In her latest installment, Vadim tackles the, um, ins-and-outs of sex toys and other sexual accoutrements. The daughter of the late French director Roger Vadim (And God Created Woman, Night Games) and actress Jane Fonda (sweaty workout videos, rebellious photo-ops), Vadim posits that, thanks to a complete lack of government regulation, sexual paraphernalia is fraught with nastiness—and that’s before you take off the wrapper. Antiquated laws require that sex toys be labeled as novelties or as gags, not as something that stimulates or enhances the sexual experience. Thus, with no regulation, there is absolutely no product testing and no label warnings. Among the biggest hazards to your health: phthalates,
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What's the most fashionably influential movie of all time?

Turner Classic Movies is honoring New York's Fashion Week with a list of the films it has deemed the most sartorially influential of all time. First, a look at their Top 15 (in chronological order): Pandora's Box (1929) Letty Lynton (1932) It Happened One Night (1934) Pat and Mike (1952) Rear Window (1954) Rebel Without a Cause (1955) And God Created Woman (1956) Auntie Mame (1958) Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) Bonnie and Clyde (1967) The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) Shaft (1971) Annie Hall (1977) Saturday Night Fever (1977) Flashdance (1983) Most notable is the '50s- and '60s-heavy lineup -- which perhaps makes some sense, as films were likely the dominant way style was passed from Hollywood to the masses (as opposed to the TV, Us Weekly and internet of today). And there's no arguing with the likes of Breakfast at Tiffany's (which I would deem the most fashionable movie of all time), Bonnie and Clyde, Shaft, Annie Hall, Saturday Night Fever, and Flashdance.
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