Hulu’s British Binge-cation: Five Exclusive U.S. Premieres Beginning July 27 “Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On,” “Maxxx,” “Ladhood,” “In My Skin” and “Brassic” will roll out on successive nights.

Need to get away? Pack up the remote and your finest pair of sweats. It’s time to take a trip on Hulu’s British Binge-cation; a week-long event on the telly, where we’ll premiere five new, and uniquely British shows. Now that’s bloody brilliant.

MONDAY, JULY 27

Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On: Complete First Season (Fremantle, 20 Eps.)

Jamie Oliver shares easy-to-follow recipes, ingredient swaps and tips to inspire people staying at home.

TUESDAY, JULY 28

Maxxx: Complete First Season (All3Media, 6 Eps.)

Written, co-directed, executive produced and starring O-T Fagbenle (Black Widow, The Handmaid’s Tale), Maxxx centers around a formerly famous boyband star who tries to make his music comeback and prove to the world that he isn’t a washed-up, old has-been. To get his career back on track Maxxx tries to convince his former manager Don Wild, played by Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: SVU, The Handmaid’s Tale) to take him back but he has other ideas and recruits the help of wannabe manager Tamzin, played by Pippa Bennett-Warner (Harlots).

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29

Ladhood: Complete First Season (BBC, 6 Eps.)

A coming-of-age comedy from BAFTA-nominated comedian Liam Williams (Back to Life), exploring the roots of modern-day masculinity by delving into the memories of his own misspent adolescence.

THURSDAY, JULY 30

In My Skin: Complete First Season (BBC, 5 Eps.)

Coming-of-age story about 16-year-old Bethan, who deals with the comical but painfully real anxieties and insecurities of teenage life, along with the stark reality of a home life that is far removed from what she projects to her friends. Directed by Lucy Forbes (The End of the F***ing World) and written by Kayleigh Llewellyn. The pilot episode of In My Skin won two BAFTA Cymru awards for Best Drama and Best Actress.

FRIDAY, JULY 31

Brassic: Complete First Season (ITV, 6 Eps.)

Following the exploits of Vinnie (Joseph Gilgun, Preacher), a Lancashire lad with bipolar disorder, and Dylan, his razor-smart best mate. Inseparable and utterly co-dependant, these boys have hardly spent a day apart since birth. Also starring Michelle Keegan (Coronation Street), Damien Molony (GameFace) and Dominic West (The Wire, The Affair). Brassic was co-created by Gilgun and Daniel Brocklehurst (Shameless, The Stranger, Safe).

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