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Amazon and Hulu new bets for Autumn

Amazon and Hulu new bets for Autumn

Amazon and Hulu promise a lot for this Autumn. Amazon begins the rentrée with an original series that promises to make even the bravest people shivers. Hulu narrows its link to Warner Bros. and has started streaming the craziest and most interesting series inspired by DC Comics Teen Titans Go!

Amazon will Lore you

Lore, an original Amazon series, will debut October 13 on Prime Video. Based on the podcast of the same name, the series promises to keep its original philosophy: presenting scary and disturbing real-life stories, as well as events, which are the origins of the myths and legends of today.

Over six episodes, the series will combine documentary footage, narration, historical mixed media and cinematic scenes to bring you terrifying and true stories. These will be six chances to celebrate the horror genre, where you’ll explore the real-life tales behind pop culture's most legendary horror myths, including vampires, changelings, werewolves, séances and possessed dolls.

Hulu to stream Teen Titans Go!

Meanwhile, Hulu announced its acquisition of the rights to Teen Titans Go! from Warner Bros. The first three seasons of the series are already being streamed and the fourth will be broadcast as soon as it ends on Cartoon Network.

Inspired by the original Teen Titans series, by Warner Bros, this animated series will feature five seasons of comedic mayhem, punctuated by pranks and the occasional need to save the world. With epic staring contests to decide who does the laundry, a series of quests and battles to construct the perfect sandwich or fighting crime in Jump City, one thing is for sure - the Titans are always ready for an adventure, inside Titans Tower and out.

This agreement boosts Hulu's link to Warner Bros, already demonstrated by the exclusive streaming series Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Steven Universe, The Powerpuff Girls, Regular Show and more. Not to mention the agreement signed earlier this year that will bring America's favourite line-up of sitcoms from the 1990s - including Full House, Family Matters, Step by Step, Perfect Strangers and Hangin' with Mr. Cooper - to Hulu this Autumn.