The OA vs The Path
As far as newcomers go, people are about as hooked on The OA as they were with Stranger Things earlier in 2016. However, Hulu's The Path streams weekly and draws out their drama, which, as the series goes, seems to be less and less interesting.
Peaky Blinders vs 11.22.63
Both are great pieces with great actors, but, sadly for Hulu, there's no topping Peaky Blinders. Not only is Cilian Murphy incredible, the series is short and strong with zero fluff. We'll take bootlegging ass kickers over political time travel, please and thank you. And we could also put Baz Luhrmann's The Get Down in this fight, and Netflix would still win.
Master of None vs The Wrong Mans
If it Netflix's The Ranch going up against Hulu, Hulu would win, but luckily for Netflix, Master of None was one of the funniest comedy series to come out in a long time. And we're beyond psyched for season two. Whereas, with The Wrong Mans, they have already been cancelled after only ten episodes.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt vs The Mindy Project
Not to sound sexist, but both ex-"Office" girls' series are pretty unbearably perky. Ellie Kemper's "Kimmy" series is actually pretty funny if you get past the pilot, but most people will agree The Mindy Project gets less funny with each episode. She wasn't even the funniest girl on The Office, so why are we having this conversation? Honestly, we love Grace and Frankie more than both, but that's comparing apples to rotten apples (Mindy's project is rotten, ROTTEN!)
Love vs Casual
Judd Apatow has, of course, put out some great stuff, but lately his work seems to dwindle, as is the case with his co-produced Love, a modern realistic L.A. love story. Casual, on the other hand, offers great writing sunk into a lovable, small-knit cast. The adults are perfectly cast, and Tara Lynne Barr (Laura) is nothing if not the cutest little terror we'd like to date.
Stranger Things vs Freakish
This is no debate. We've never heard of the latter, and those kids are like The Goonies times a hundred. If you think it's an unfair matchup, we could argue Black Mirror is one of the best suspense series, too, and they barely make any "Goonies" references.
House of Cards vs National Treasure
Although National Treasure is yet to premiere, it would take a miracle to top Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright in one of the sexiest, smartest political dramas ever. Hulu should just join Netflix at this point.
Flaked (Will Arnett) vs Difficult People (Billy Eichner)
While Hulu has Seinfeld in syndication, it leaves a lot to be desired in the original comedy section, but we were so disillusioned about Flaked being good because we wanted it to be so badly (enough Venice Beach locals crap, please) we have to give it up to our boy, Billy Eichner. Although, technically we could throw this to Aziz Ansari again.
Making a Murderer vs Shut Eye
Hulu doesn't have much in the crime documentary series and to put up against one of the most addictive and talked-about crime series, most people's reaction would be, "What's a shut eye?" On the other hand, Making a Murderer is still getting talked about months after its finale with a second season hanging in the bounds.
F is for Family vs The Awesomes
Not only is Bill Burr's retro family comedy spot on, it's right up there with Bojack Horseman after only one season. Hulu's, on the other hand, we can't say we know anyone who watched it. And now it's cancelled.