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A Million Little Things on Hulu
Cassandra (Azie Tesfai) and Rome (Romany Malco) in “A Million Little Things” (Image: Hulu)

Get ready for a month packed full of new seasons and shows on Hulu Plus Live TV. Indulge your romantic side with the new reality series “Love Trip: Paris” or your fondness of all things quirky with “Not Dead Yet.” We’ve got the dish on everything coming to Hulu in February. Whether you’ve never missed a reality show or are obsessed with docuseries, there’s something for everyone.

New Hulu Originals

‘Stolen Youth: Inside the Cult at Sarah Lawrence’ Series Premiere

Stolen Youth: Inside the Cult at Sarah Lawrence on Hulu
The official series poster (Image: Hulu)

Kick off the month with this new Hulu Original docuseries. Squelch your curiosity about the shockingly recent cult activity at Sarah Lawrence College. The show will follow the cult's inception, growth, and demise, highlighting Larry Ray’s influence over a group of students. It incorporates chilling firsthand interviews and personal audio tapes and videos.

The best part? You won’t have to deal with weekly cliffhangers, as the entire series will be available on Feb. 9.

New Season Premieres

‘Wu-Tang: An American Saga’ Final Season Premiere

Wu-Tang: An American Saga on Hulu
Bobby Diggs (Ashton Sanders) bumping beats in the studio (Image: Hulu)

Bobby (Ashton Sanders) gathers a group of talented young Black men to follow their passion and create music. Their past lives of crime keep popping up to disrupt the peace, but somehow they always seem to prevail. Season 3, the final season, of “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” premieres on Feb. 15. Tune in every week on Wednesday to keep up with this group of underdogs.

‘A Million Little Things’ Final Season Premiere

A Million Little Things on Hulu
The group of friends raises a glass and celebrates. (Image: Hulu)

The ABC favorite “A Million Little Things” is coming to an end with its fifth and final season. Based in Boston, this group of friends lives by the idea that “friendship isn’t one big thing, but it’s a million little things.” With all the drama, twists, and turns, you’ll want to settle in with a glass of wine every Thursday night starting on Feb. 9. The show features incredibly real characters dealing with loss and love.

‘Not Dead Yet’ Series Premiere

Not Dead Yet on Hulu
Nell (Gina Rodriguez) smiles at her friend (off-screen). (Image: Hulu)

While one show may be winding down, ABC has a new promising show about to premiere. Nell Serrano (Gina Rodriguez) feels like she’s starting life over after a long-term relationship ends, even trying to restart a career she had left behind. She ends up working a job she least expected — writing obituaries — when she starts getting advice from an unlikely source.

Have your popcorn ready every Thursday night for weekly episodes, and don’t forget to put Feb. 9 on your calendar.

‘Love Trip: Paris’ Series Premiere

Love Trip: Paris on Hulu
One of the contestants shares a kiss on the Seine. (Image: Hulu)

This new Freeform show must be on your watch list for reality show lovers. The show premieres on Feb. 15, with new episodes every Tuesday. Follow the journey of four American women who move into a penthouse in Paris. The rest of the floor is filled with eligible French suitors. There’s only one way to find out if they’ll find love: Date them all, of course!

‘The Masked Singer’ Season 9

The Masked Singer on Hulu
A semifinal performance (Image: Hulu)

The Fox hit game show “The Masked Singer” returns for a ninth season. Enjoy fun-filled performances that shock (in good and bad ways) the four judges. We love the fact that this show is interactive as you sit on the edge of your seat guessing who’s under the mask. Don’t worry, we all do. Season 9 of “The Masked Singer” starts on Feb. 16, with new episodes airing every Thursday.

‘Snowfall’ Final Season Premiere

Snowfall on Hulu
Black Diamond (Christine Horn), Franklin (Damson Idris), and Dallas (Taylor Polidore) (Image: Hulu)

On Feb. 23, the sixth and final season of the FX show “Snowfall” premieres. If you’ve ever been curious about the rise of cocaine in L.A. in the early ’80s, then you need to watch this series. Now add 3D characters and a CIA operation into the mix. What’s not to like? Check in weekly on Thursdays to find out how the story ends.