Best shows on Netflix and Hulu
As we plow forward during this quarantine period, a popular question that everyone asks is “watch any good shows or movies lately?” To which I reply, why yes! I sure have. There’s a ton of COVID-19 content out there, with plenty of such quality content right here on our site. The way I see it, we are inundated with this content on a daily, so I am looking for a bit of a distraction with self-isolating, staying clean, disinfecting everything, and practicing social distancing. If you’re looking for that kind of content too, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve got you covered with the best streaming shows for April 2020 you don’t want to sleep on.
For this list, I am basing this off on the shows and movies that stick out to me. I never checked out Disney+, so I am not including that on this list at this time. I also only had a free trial month of Amazon Prime Video, so there’s only so much time in the day to watch content. You also won’t be finding Tiger King, Handmaidens Tale, Game of Thrones, or any other shows that are super-popular. There is enough content online talking those shows to death. Without further ado, here’s what I think are the best streaming shows for April 2020 that people might be sleeping on.
I suppose I should add a spoiler alert here, but I am just giving an overview of each show and movie, and not giving away too much of the plots.
Best Streaming Shows on Hulu
Hulu offers a variety of series, from sitcoms to dramas, thrillers, documentaries, anime, and adult animated comedies. The top shows on Hulu include some of the most prestigious and binge-worthy series out there. There’s so much on Hulu to choose from that it can be difficult to decide what to watch next, so here are some of the best Hulu shows to watch right now.
This is an underrated show for sure. It mixes time travel with comedy, witty scriptwriting, and tons of action. It starts with video-game characters turned real-life warriors Wolf and Tiger showing up in the bedroom of janitor and gamer Josh Fetterman. Fetterman starts the show off with living with his parents and goes through a life-changing transition while traveling through time with Wolf and Tiger. If you’re a little blazed while watching this show, you might have to re-watch some episodes of this Hulu original.
I loved this show way before the quarantine started, and I often play it in the background while I am working. I think this gem coming from Ontario, Canada is the funniest show on Hulu. It follows the lives of best buds and good old boys Wayne, Daryl, and Daniel, and Wanye’s sister Katie. Letterkenny is a fictional small farming town that is inspired by Jared Keeso who plays Wayne. There are three different kinds of folks in Letterkenny – hicks, skids, and hockey players. They all get into their hilarious moments, including this one right here where the hicks make fun of people from LA.
I cut cable a long time ago because the only thing I ever watch is NFL games and WWE shows like Smackdown. With a Hulu subscription, you can catch every WWE show the day after it aired live. With no other live sporting events taking place at the moment, WWE is helping to pick up the slack for many fans like us.
Big Time Adolescence
This funny Hulu original flick follows twenty-something college dropout Zeke and his adventures with his best bud, the innocent teenager Monroe. The two became inseparable pals when Zeke was dating Mo’s sister and Mo idolized him. Mo eventually gets too big for his britches, getting himself into some pretty big trouble. The movie might remind all of us about growing up and the stupid mistakes we made. The most notable cast in this flick includes SNL cast member Pete Davidson and seemingly lifelong typecast dorky dad Jon Cryer, formerly from the popular sitcom Two and a Half Men.
Best Streaming Shows on Netflix
Netflix is the best show when it comes to streaming movies and shows. Netflix offers its subscribers a massive library full of tense thrillers, hilarious sitcoms, family-friendly programs, and a wide range of original and classic series. So if you’re looking for shows to watch on Netflix? Look no further, because we have put together some of the best original Netflix series available to stream right now.
Trailer Park Boys
There has been much discussion as to which Candian comedy streaming series is funnier – the aforementioned Letterkenny VS Trailer Park Boys. My answer is – why not both? TPB got its start back in 1999 and also runs a popular website called Swearnet.
There are many Marvel shows still on Netflix – like Daredevil, Punisher, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and so on. While Daredevil is a close second, I think the bulletproof Luke Cage is the best of these shows. Method Man even makes an appearance as an actor in the series, and we are all about the Way of the Wu here at Loud News. Netflix will soon lose most, if not all of these shows to Disney, as some corporate issues are going on with licensing – so beware of that. We aren’t sure the exact date, but Disney won’t let an ounce of Marvel go to waste.
Hip Hop Evolution
Hip Hop heads who have a Netflix subscription owe it to themselves to check this show in its entirety. I find it hard to believe even the most knowledgeable fan of the genre won’t learn something. If you want to get a head start before watching this dope series, head on over and peep our ongoing series on Weed in Hip Hop culture.
Best Streaming Shows on Amazon Prime Video
Long Strange Trip
Any Deadhead or even casual fans of this seminal band’s music would probably enjoy binge-watching this documentary on the Grateful Dead. It follows the lives of each musician and showcases how the band was an unlikely success story for 30 years – because of how differently they were musically, and how they hated studio recordings.
The Marijuana Show
This show is basically like Shark Tank for the cannabis industry. Various ganjapreneurs get a chance to pitch their business or idea to would-be investors. Some are savvier and interesting than others. Any cannabis industry professional or hopeful would probably enjoy watching this show.
T-Pain’s School of Business
Did you know T-Pain was a businessman? Neither did I before I watched this. T-Pain articulately and often hilariously interacts with entrepreneurs who are innovating and disrupting their respective sectors. Worth a watch for any fan of T-Pain or someone interested in innovative small to medium-sized businesses.
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Netflix has struck an exclusive distribution deal with Entertainment One (eOne) for the hit comedy, Trailer Park Boys, marking the first exclusive order of original Canadian content by the streaming giant.
This fall, season eight will debut on the SVOD streaming service with 10 new episodes in all markets that Netflix operates in, with an additional season (9) slated for a date yet to be determined. Trailer Park Boys has been off the air in Canada since 2007, with a feature film released in 2009.
In addition to the series, Netflix will debut three standalone specials: Community Service Special, Swearnet Special, Trailer Park Boys Xmas and two all-new feature films: Trailer Park Boys 3: Don’t Legalize It and Swearnet, which will come to the service following their theatrical premieres this year.
As part of the deal, seasons one through seven will be also added to Netflix on March 31, available for the first time in the UK, Ireland, Netherlands, the Nordics, and Latin America, according to a release.
Last summer, John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells and Mike Smith (the actors who play Julian, Ricky and Bubbles) bought the rights to the Trailer Park Boys IP and said they would launch on the digital comedy network Swearnet.
The show’s original producers are Mike Clattenburg, Barrie Dunn and Mike Volpe.
It’s been a while since the cameras have followed the boys and there have been some changes: Ricky recently harvested an enormous weed crop which he has successfully hidden in the walls of his trailer, Julian has opened a bar and gym in his trailer and Bubbles is in the process of opening what he calls a ‘Shed and Breakfast’ business, according to a statement.
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Swearnet.com is a website owned and operated by Mike Smith, Robb Wells and John Paul Tremblay. It features mainly streaming video content featuring the three actors who play themselves, not their familiar Trailer Park Boys characters.
History and inception
The domain has been functional since 2011. Originally, the launch of the site wasn't due to happen until the release of the 'Swearnet' movie venture in August 2013, and it's unclear as to why they changed their minds on this matter.
In February and March 2013, the leadup to the official launch began. An announcement was made of a live pay per view event on March 9. The cost for this event was $4.20.
The PPV was tied into a contest called Swear Idol, which invited fans to send in videos of themselves to be judged and 10 winning entries would be broadcast live. Winners would also be flown to Halifax to appear in a video with the boys.
Subscribers were encouraged to get on board early to become one of Swearnet's 'founding fuckers', entitling them to premium features and content right from the beginning.
Membership to Swearnet is advertised at $1.99/month or $19.99/year. Credit Cards, PayPal and BitCoins are all accepted payment methods.
Subscription entitles the member to:
- 'commercial free' premium content
- 'live show tickets and movie screenings'
- 'platinum content' for yearly subscribers.
Swearnet's video content actually began before the launch of the site through their various social media accounts. One of the first was a pistache of Canada's 'Heritage Minute' short films -- the story of Bill Miner , American criminal, told with the use of profanity.
Apart from the fan video submissions
All text content on the site is laced with profanity, especially the word 'fuck.'
On July 4, 2013, it was announced that new episodes of 'Trailer Park Boys' were in production and would be aired on Swearnet upon completion. This came about as a result of Swearnet's acquisition of the franchise from Mike Clattenburg, et al.
Drunk and on Drugs Happy Funtime Hour
Don't expect TPBs. Think Monty Python played by the Kids in the Hall as produced by the Mighty Boosh (there's animation!) goofing behind the scenes FOR the Trailer Park Boys. Hang on, too, as this movie gets instantly weird with a huge cast (of characters!) in a bizarrely intertwining account of the TPBs new TV show production gone absurdly awry. Marvel at how originally different this is from TPBs as "the Boys" play themselves, superheroes, hilarious fat/gay/ethnic DJs, even MORE hilarious mobsters, drug dealers, pirates, sandwich soldiers, cultists, and more. Great costumes, make-up and fantastic plot lines abound; DAODHFTH is eye candy and jokes litter the screen. Especially enjoy Mike Smith (aka Bubbles) stretching his comedic acting chops as good as or gooder than any SNLer: Liza is a gross treat! (but what is Joelp?) !!! Not for sensitive PC-types, this comedy attempts with hyperbolic nonsense and gleefully dumb aplomb to deliver a gut-bustingly, fantastic farce in a post-Python milieu. So, if you get "milieu" and gross-out humor makes you giggle, this weird, little flick may be for you. Jay Baruchel, Amy Sedaris, John Dunsworth, Pat Roach and the late Maury Chaykin all buoy the boundless lunacy and then some. NOW GO FIND CINCINNATI HARRY !
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List of Trailer Park Boys episodes
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Trailer Park Boys is a Canadianmockumentary television series created and directed by Mike Clattenburg and a continuation of Clattenburg's 1999 film of the same name. The series focuses on the misadventures of a group of trailer park residents, some of whom are ex-convicts, living in the fictional Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
All episodes from seasons 1 to 7 are directed by series creator Mike Clattenburg who also co-wrote every episode. John Paul Tremblay who plays Julian and Robb Wells who plays Ricky also co-wrote all episodes. Producer Barrie Dunn who also plays Ray, co-wrote all episodes during the first two seasons, as well as co-writing one season three episode. Season 6 was the last season featuring Trevor (Michael Jackson) after which, he left the show. Corey Bowles, who plays Corey, also left the show after Season 6, but returned in Season 8. Jackie Torrens, sister of cast member Jonathan Torrens, co-wrote the third-season episodes, and Michael Volpe who serves as a producer, co-wrote an episode. Mike Smith who plays Bubbles, began co-writing episodes from season four to six. Iain MacLeod, who is also a story editor, began co-writing various episodes beginning with season four, and co-wrote all season six and seven episodes. Jonathan Torrens who plays J-Roc began co-writing episodes in season five and six. Timm Hannebohm joined the writing staff in season seven, and co-wrote all episodes.
Starting with season 8, Mike Clattenburg no longer directs or writes any episodes and has no formal involvement in the show after selling the rights to the trio. He is credited at the end of every episode of the revived series as "Based on the original Trailer Park Boys series produced by Mike Clattenburg, Barrie Dunn and Mike Volpe." Each episode is written by the series stars John Paul Tremblay (as JP Tremblay), Robb Wells and Mike Smith and is directed by various directors.
Season 1 (2001)
Season 2 (2002)
Season 3 (2003)
Season 4 (2004)
Season 5 (2005)
Season 6 (2006)
Season 7 (2007)
Season 8 (2014)
On July 4, 2013, it was announced that John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells and Mike Smith acquired the rights to Trailer Park Boys and confirmed it would return with an eighth season, that would be broadcast on their Internet channel, SwearNet.com. However, on March 5, 2014, it was announced season 8 would premiere exclusively on Netflix, and the streaming service would also make a ninth season.
Season 9 (2015)
On March 5, 2014, it was confirmed that Netflix would air seasons 8 and 9. All episodes of season 9 were released on Netflix on March 27, 2015.
Season 10 (2016)
Season 11 (2017)
Season 12 (2018)
Specials & Webisodes
Season 7.5 (2014)
Leading up to the premiere of season 8, six short web clip episodes were made available for their website, called Season 7.5.
Season 8.5 (2014–15)
Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park: Europe (2016)
Set the Between the Events of Seasons 10 and 11, this mini-series was released on Netflix. Official description: "The Trailer Park Boys are thrilled to get a free trip to Europe, until they arrive and learn about their corporate sponsor's unusual requirements."
Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park: USA (2017)
This mini-series was released on Netflix between Seasons 11 and 12. Official description: "The boys are back on the loose as Bubbles, Julian and Ricky head south of the Canadian border for some outrageous American adventures."
Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series (2019–present)
Main article: Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series