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Welcome to June! It’s been… I don’t know how long since quarantine started. I only measure time by these articles now. Here’s all the fun new (and old) stuff coming to Hulu this month.
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Highlights this month include Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi. Lakshmi takes audiences on a journey across America, exploring the rich and diverse food culture of various immigrant groups, seeking out the people who have so heavily shaped what American food is today. It’s a delicious feast for the eyes — just don’t watch on an empty stomach.
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Swipe for video 🎥: I am so excited to share some news with you all!!! Taste The Nation is a show about what connects us as Americans and as human beings. It’s a project I’ve spent years developing. We traveled across the country visiting indigenous and immigrant communities to find out what American food is today. The process was incredibly emotional and rewarding, a journey I will never forget. I’m so proud of everyone who worked on this with me and I hope you’ll join me for the premiere on June 19th. I can’t wait for you all to see it!!! #TasteTheNation only on @hulu
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Celebrity Family Feud: Season 6 premiere
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Match Game: Season 5 premiere
Children’s Hospital: Complete series
Mike Tyson Mysteries: Complete seasons 1 to 3
10 Year Plan (2014)
4th Man Out
Above & Beyond (2014)
Almost Adults (2016)
Born to be Wild (2011)
Charlie Wilson’s War (2007)
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Dirty Dancing (1987)
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Fair Game (2010)
Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (1974)
Grown Ups (2010)
Happily N’Ever After (2007)
Happily N’Ever After 2 (2009)
Honey 2 (2011)
I Am Legend (2007)
I Love You, Beth Cooper
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)
Incident at Loch Ness (2004)
Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story (2014)
Losing Isaiah (1995)
Meet Me In Montenegro (2014)
Meet the Fockers (2004)
Meet the Parents (2000)
Mo’ Money (1992)
My Girl (1991)
My Girl 2 (1994)
Nate and Hayes (1983)
October Sky (1999)
Quigley Down Under (1990)
Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)
Sex Drive (2008)
The American President (1995)
The Cookout (2004)
The Marine 3: Homefront (2013)
The Pawnbroker (1964)
The Scout (1994)
The Tuxedo (2002)
The Wood (1999)
The X-Files (1998)
Thelma & Louise (1991)
Treading Water (2013)
True Romance (Director’s Cut) (1993)
Up in the Air (2009)
Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins (2007)
Women and Sometimes Men (2017)
Wristcutters: A Love Story (2007)
You Don’t Mess With The Zohan (2008)
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)
Miss Snake Charmer (2020)
We Are Freestyle Love Supreme: Documentary Premiere
Intrigo: Dear Agnes (2019)
The Appearance (2018)
Where’s Waldo?: Complete Season 1
My Absolute Boyfriend: Complete season 1
Radiant: Complete season 1
From Paris with Love (2010)
The Best of The Bachelor: Series premiere
Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots: Complete season 7
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Don’t: Series premiere
Intrigo: Samaria (2019)
Child’s Play (2019)
Fools Rush In (1997)
Poetic Justice (1993)
Seven Pounds (2008)
Eye in the Skye (2015)
Breakup at a Wedding (2013)
The US vs. John Lennon (2006)
Brockmire: Complete season 4
Larry Crowne (2011)
Love, Victor: Series premiere Hulu Original
Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi: Series premiere
Hart’s War (2002)
La Bamba (1987)
Mr. Bean’s Holiday (2007)
Natural Born Killers (1994)
Out of Sight (1998)
The Peacemaker (1997)
Tears of the Sun (2003)
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A student nurse has revealed how’s she hit ‘rock bottom’ after being left homeless with her young daughter just days before lockdown began.
April Owen, from Bournemouth, and her daughter Delilah, seven, were forced to move out of their privately rented accommodation in December after their landlord decided to sell.
The family still has nowhere to live after the pandemic thwarted her attempts to find accommodation.
The 30-year-old says none of the organisations she’s asked to help her – including her university, local council and a housing association – have been able to offer her and Delilah a place to stay – leaving her so desperate that she approached the homeless charity Shelter for guidance.
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Student nurse April Owen, 30, from Bournemouth, has been homeless since March when a flat she was due to move into fell through just after lockdown. She says every effort she’s made to find new accommodation since has failed
The single mother pictured with her daughter Delilah, seven. Without family support, April has had to live in a cramped room in her friend’s house – because her friend has a new baby and a type one diabetic husband, April has been unable to work, leaving her forced to apply for Universal Credit
The nightmare, which has seen the pair go from renting a private flat happily for seven years, to living in cramped accommodation with a friend and ‘just a couple of bags of belongings’ during lockdown has left April struggling with her mental health after she says every door appeared to close on her requests for help.
The second year nurse has been unable to earn money because her friend has a newborn baby and her friend’s husband is a type one diabetic, leaving her too fearful of bringing the virus into their house.
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She told FEMAIL: ‘If I don’t work, I don’t get paid. I’ve had to apply for universal credit. I’ve felt very helpless throughout this.
‘My friend’s been a saviour. I’m not going to lie, my mental health has really hit rock bottom. I don’t think I’d be here if it wasn’t for my daughter’
Talking about the impact it’s had on Delilah, she said: ‘She’s been very distressed. I’ve got no support; my family’s all in London and I don’t really have a very good support system. I’ve got a lot of family but there’s no-one that could have accommodated us there.’
Helpless: April said while she’s had friendly responses from Bournemouth council, they haven’t been able to help her search for a new home beyond offering B&B or temporary accommodation
Things began to unravel for April when her previous landlord decided to sell the flat she’d been renting since 2013.
Her attempts to find a new property without the security of a financial guarantor left her unable to rent again privately and at the mercy of council waiting lists – where the only thing offered has been temporary accommodation or a B&B.
She says: ‘I lost my guarantor after he told me he could no longer provide financial reassurance because his own circumstances had changed.’
After approaching Bournemouth council, they advised her to approach a private housing association, DWP Housing Partnership, which doesn’t require guarantors.
She explains: ‘DWP is a private landlord/housing association that take on vulnerable people, who are often on housing benefits, without a guarantor.
Two bags of belongings: The family are still staying with April’s friend, who she calls a ‘saviour’, saying she would have had nowhere to go without her offer – but the family has suffered having two extra people with them for several months
‘My gut was telling me it wasn’t the right fit for me and it turned out to be a stupid move.’
April explains that with the pandemic looming, she felt she had no choice and 릴게임야마토 was in ‘dire straits’, fearing that she’d be left homeless.
DWP found her a property and told her she could move in a month after the previous tenant moved out.
Three weeks before she was due to leave her rental, April accepted the property and put a holding deposit down. When lockdown happened she was greeted with silence by the company, she says, before eventually being told the arrangement was no longer on offer.
‘We left our home on the 12th March – the tenant of my new flat was moving out on the 16th and we’d be able to move in four weeks after that, on April 16th, I was told.
‘My housing office at the council offered us temporary accommodation in a B&B or hostel but I wanted to avoid that for my daughter.
‘My friend offered to let us stay, thinking it would be four weeks maximum that we would be with them. She has a four-month-old baby and a four-year-old – and two dogs – but offered us her baby’s bedroom to stay in.’
Desperate: More than 70 days after lockdown began, April’s continued efforts to find a place for herself and Delilah to live have still not proved successful
As a student nurse, April also approached the mental health support services at the university where she studies but was told there was a waiting list for accommodation – with only a handful of properties available for families.
Feeling like she was being dismissed once more, April wrote that she was potentially about to be homeless.
‘They stopped me and in front of everybody and said “Are you going to be homeless?” and I burst into tears.
‘I did have a housing officer from the council and she was a very big help mentally, very supportive but apart from that, they haven’t helped me find anywhere.’
They stopped me…and in front of everybody said: “Are you going to be homeless?” and I burst into tears…
After putting her belongings in storage, she went to her friend’s home with a ‘couple of bags’ and she’s been there ever since.
The flat with DWP fell through, April thinks, because she phoned them to ask about progress during lockdown.
‘I got the response from DWP that: “We think it’s in everybody’s best interests and we don’t think this relationship will work, therefore we’re cancelling the move.”
‘I hit rock bottom. They didn’t want to know – they’d made their decision. I’m at square one again after three months.’
MailOnline has contacted DWP Housing Association, Bournemouth Council and Bournemouth University for comment.
Polly Neate, chief executive of Shelter said: ‘Not all of us have been lucky enough to spend lockdown in a safe and secure home – and sadly April’s story is one of many.
‘Since the pandemic took hold, our frontline advisers have been inundated with calls from people scared of losing their home or facing homelessness.
‘We’re doing everything we can at Shelter to answer as many of these calls for housing help as possible.
‘We have set up dedicated coronavirus advice pages on our website, and our emergency helpline remains open 365 days a year, providing free advice and support to anyone who needs it. We’re only a click or a call away, so please visit website
Shelter has launched Work for Home: asking people currently safely working from home to help Shelter ‘save someone else’s’, simply by donating the cost of a takeaway coffee or lunchtime sandwich. Visit Shelter.org.uk/WorkForHome
Work for Home – Shelter England
website nurse reveals trauma of being homeless during the pandemic