“Loving Vincent” originally premiered in 2017 and ultimately earned an Academy Award nomination for the Best Animated Feature category. It lost to “Coco,” because of course it did; “Coco” wasn’t losing to anything.
The movie is a biographical look into the life of Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. The extremely notable element is that this is the first fully painted animated feature movie. Every frame of “Loving Vincent” looks like van Gogh himself could have painted it.
What Else Is New This Week
Top Hulu Streaming News Of The Week
A report from a consulting company called 7Park Data claims that 97 percent of streams on Hulu in the U.S. are licensed content, rather than original shows. If true, this means that original Hulu shows like “National Treasure: Kiri” and “The Path” and, of course, “The Handmaid’s Tale” are just a fraction of the company’s bottom line. The company also reports that 89 percent of new Hulu subscribers watch licensed content first, which suggests that these people weren’t subscribing just to watch an original Hulu show.
Since Hulu gets so many shows from network television immediately after they air, this does make sense. But it’s interesting to have data that shows these Hulu originals are probably not that popular.
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The Weekly Streamline Ranking Of New Hulu Shows
The ranking prioritizes newness and shows that haven’t aired a new episode in the last year don’t get considered. Read below the list for a more elaborate explanation into the methodology.
As mentioned above, Hulu didn’t add any new shows that are noteworthy this week. So the list remains the same as the last edition.