See Hulu's Streaming Stars for 2016-17

TV Insider Staff
Mindy Kaling, Billy Eichner, Julie Klausner, Hugh Laurie

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Hulu’s brightest went filter-free at TV Guide Magazine’s photo studio during the streaming service's upfront in May. Click through to see who will be streaming on your TV, laptop, or mobile device in 2016-17.

Triumph the Insult Comic Dog

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Triumph the Insult Comic Dog (voiced by Robert Smigel) will have another election special later this year.

Mindy Kaling

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“People are so protective of Danny and Mindy. They get upset when another guy is even in her orbit,” Mindy Kaling says about her alter ego’s split with her baby daddy (Chris Messina) on The Mindy Project, which was renewed for Season 5.

Tommy Dewey, Tara Lynne Barr

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“It splits the difference between life’s really dark moments with lines that are just so funny,” Tommy Dewey says of Casual (returning June 7), in which he stars with Tara Lynne Barr and Micheala Watkins (inset).

Michaela Watkins

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Michaela Watkins of Casual.

Hugh Laurie

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“Chance is, on its surface, a thriller in the classic noir tradition of Hammett and Chandler, Hitchcock and Wilder,” Hugh Laurie says of his fall drama. “But underneath lies a story that hums with passion, love, violence, fear, joy and, dare I say it, a profound exploration of what it is to be human.”

KaDee Strickland, Jeffrey Donovan

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“I’ve definitely seen some psychics in my day and gone to a few astrologers,” KaDee Strickland admits to Jeffrey Donovan, her coconspirator in Shut Eye, Hulu’s upcoming dramedy about L.A. mystics and tarot card readers.

Michelle Monaghan, Hugh Darcy, Aaron Paul

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After celebrating The Path’s Season 2 renewal with Michelle Monaghan and Hugh Dancy, Aaron Paul (left) hoped to do a little stargazing. “There’s Mindy Kaling! Her show is great,” he says. “Is Billy Eichner here? I love Difficult People. That guy’s phenomenal. I really want to see him.”

Julie Klausner, Billy Eichner

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“I don’t even feel arrogant saying we’ve pushed the show to crazy new heights,” Difficult People’s Julie Klausner (with Billy Eichner) says about Season 2, which starts July 12.

Amy Poehler

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Amy Poehler, the executive producer of Difficult People.

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