How to Watch 'Candy' Online — New True-Crime Series Starring Jessica Biel
It's open season for true-crime lovers. Fans of Hulu's Under the Banner of Heaven and The Girl From Plainville, get ready for the streamer's new original miniseries Candy, arriving today. Starring Jessica Biel as the titular character, Candy is based upon the shocking real-life events surrounding a small-town murder in Texas during the 80s.
Candy follows the life of Candy Montgomery, the housewife who appears to have it all — a loving husband, two well-behaved kids, a beautiful house in the suburbs and a thriving community of friends. But when her neighbor, Betty (Melanie Lynskey), is found ax-murdered, a shocking reality is revealed: that Candy isn't as sweet as she seems. Watch the growing disparity between what a perfect life looks like versus the gruesome reality in this ripped-from-the-headlines tale of affairs, violence and duplicity.
The five-episode drama, which is brought to you by the same Emmy-winning team who created the skin-crawling thriller, The Act, is the latest in a boom of true-crime based mini-series on Hulu. In addition to starring in the series, Jessica Biel is an executive producer. The cast includes Raúl Esparza (Law and Order: SVU), Timothy Simons (Veep), Pat Montgomery, and Pablo Schreiber (Orange Is the New Black).
Keep scrolling to find out all the details of how you can tune in to watch.
When can I watch Candy? The premiere episode of Candy debuted on Monday, May 9. Hulu will release one episode every day for five nights in a row, with the finale airing on Friday, May 13.
How can I stream Candy? The miniseries is only available to stream on Hulu. Subscribe now for only $6.99/month or $12.99/month for a premium subscription with no ads.
Sign up for Hulu for only $7 per month and get access to Candy, as well as a whole library of acclaimed original series and movies.
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