Hulu will likely have a bunch of new subscribers after the Emmys. The service was the first streaming network to win best drama for “The Handmaid’s Tale,” but that’s not the only show worth watching on the service.

After binge-watching “The Handmaid’s Tale,” you might be wondering what else you should see. With so many other good shows you can catch up on, the service is definitely worth keeping. Whether you want to stick with darker stories or lighten up with a comedy, you’ll find many options on Hulu.

“Casual” — The Golden Globe-nominated dramedy follows a dysfunctional family. Therapist Valerie (Michaela Watkins) moves into her brother Alex’s (Tommy Dewey) house with her teenage daughter Laura (Tara Lynne Barr) after a divorce. Valerie and Alex are both navigating the world of dating while trying to raise Laura. However, the siblings quickly become a bit too co-dependent.

“Difficult People” — Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner star as aspiring comedians in New York City. Now in the 30s, the two are becoming more jaded and bitter as their friends find success both professionally and romantically. Their bad luck makes for some great snarky jokes. 

Hulu TV Shows After finishing “The Handmaid’s Tale,” Hulu subscribers might want to try “Difficult People” or “Harlots.” Photo: Hulu

“Harlots” — This historical drama takes place in 18th century London, but these women aren’t too attached to old school values. This is a story about Margaret Wells (Samantha Morton) and her daughters. It turns out being a brothel owner and a mother can be rather difficult. To make matters worse, a rival madam starts targeting Margaret’s clients. Lesley Manville and Jessica Brown Findlay also star.

“The Path” — “Breaking Bad” alum Aaron Paul stars in this drama from “Friday Night Lights” producer Jason Katims. Paul plays Eddie, the patriarch of a family involved in a controversial cult called the Meyerist Movement. Trouble starts when Eddie questions his faith after a spiritual retreat.

“11.22.63” — This drama follows high school teacher Jake Epping (James Franco) as he travels to the past with a crazy mission: he must top the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Changing history won’t be easy, though.

This series is only eight episodes long, so it’ll be a quick and easy. Expect it to take a dark turn fast, though. The show is based on Stephen King’s 2011 novel of the same name.

“Top of the Lake: China Girl” — O.K., this isn’t a Hulu original, but it is an exclusive. If you don’t have access to Sundance TV, Hulu is the only place you can check out the new season of this miniseries. “Handmaid’s Tale” star Elisabeth Moss plays Detective Robin Griffin. She returns to Sydney trying to restart her life, but when a little girl’s body washes up on the beach, Robin starts to have more trouble burying her past.

Expect more great titles to come to Hulu soon. “Handmaid’s Tale” Season 2 is expected next year, but there are even more fun new series starting this fall. Hulu will join the Marvel Universe when “Marvel’s Runaways” debuts in November. The series follows children who realize their parents are evil. “Future Man” is another sci-fi series hitting the network in November. Josh Hutcherson and Eliza Coupe star in the series about a gamer who has to save humanity from an alien invasion.

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