Hulu is always adding new movies and TV show to its roster, including an ever-expanding lineup of original shows. Here's what you should be watching this week!

★ Featured favorite - September 2: Untouchable

Film producer Harvey Weinstein was known as a significant player in the Hollywood scene. Until allegations from high profile women set a chain reaction in motion that would end with the #MeToo movement coming down on him in full force. This documentary charts his ascent and his fall, with interviews with victims, and former colleagues.

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August 28: How to Train your Dragon: The Secret World

Hiccup and Toothless return for one final movie in the How to Train Your Dragon Trilogy. The village of Berk has become overcrowded with dragons that the villagers have rescued. In the last chapter of this story both Toothless and Hiccup must make hard choices as they try to evade the dragon hunter, and find The Hidden World, a safe place for dragonkind to live out their days.

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August 29: The Son: Season 2

Pierce Brosnan stars in this sweeping period drama where family patriarch Eli McCullough builds an oil dynasty. The second season picks up a few months after the finale of season 1, but also includes flashes back to the 1800s and forward to the 1980s. It's the final season for The Son, and it promises to show more of Eli's long and bloody life before concluding.

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August 30: S.W.A.T.: Season 2

Shemar Moore returns with season 2 of S.W.A.T. and this time the action is more explosive than ever. The season kicks off with a bang as an earthquake threatens a mission to save several children held by human traffickers. From there it's dealing with politics, relationships, saving people from Mexican Cartels, and more in this action-packed season.

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August 30: GameFace: Season 2

British comedy GameFace returns with a second season, delivering, another round of hilarity as Marcella tries (and fails) to get her life in working order. She continues to crash through life with her friends, life coach, and driving teacher, but it may just be time for her to buckle down and learn how to shine.

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Keep coming back for more

And that's just what you have to look forward to that's new this week on Hulu. There are new shows every month featuring Hulu's extensive back catalog of shows — to say nothing of all the original content. Plus you can opt for Hulu with Live TV and watch everything there is to watch that's being broadcast right now. If you're not a Hulu subscriber, you can sign up right here. If you want to read a little more about the plans and pricing options for Hulu before you make your decision, you can see more about that information right here.

Upgrade your streaming experience

Streaming all of your favorite shows and movies should never be a hassle. In fact, it should be one of the most relaxing part of your days. Here's all my personal favorite recommended items to do just that. Live like the royalty you deserve to!

Cup Cozy Deluxe Pillow ($32 at Amazon)

Stop spilling your drinks all over the living room floor with this helpful tool. This "pillow" has five sections to hold drinks, snacks, remotes, and more! The holders are even insulated to help keep your drinks hot or colder for longer.

Vankyo Leisure 3 - Projector ($90 at Amazon)

Upgrade your movie with this portable projector that can increase the size of your screen up to 176 inches for a killer price. With a resolution of 1920x1080 and 2000:1 contrast ratio it's perfect for any home! Also, the 3-year warranty has you covered if you need a replacement.

Linksys EA9500 Max Stream ($350 at Amazon)

If you're streaming your favorite shows and movies online you want to make sure you have the best internet connection possible! With the Linksys EA9500 Max Stream, you get three bands of Wi-Fi, 4 x 4 MU-MIMO, and a ton of ports to connect your wired devices. A 2.4 GHz band with speeds up to 1,000 Mbps is perfect for older devices, and two 5 GHz bands at up to 2,166 Mbps support 4K streaming and seamless online gaming.

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