BEVERLY HILLS, California — Hulu is upping its documentary game.

At the streaming service’s Television Critics Association presentation on Friday afternoon, SVP and Head of Content Craig Erwich unveiled a handful of new “limelight documentaries” about pop culture personas.

The new docs will feature people who “forever shaped pop culture,” Erwich told reporters.

That includes films about the “real” Batman creator, one-time 007 (James Bond) George Lazanby, the failed Dany Carvey Show, defunct skateboarding magazine Big Brother and artist Shepard Fairey, of President Obama’s “Hope” poster from the 2008 campaign. Read more…

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