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‘Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told’ Is Now Streaming on Hulu: How to Watch for Free

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Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told, a new documentary from Jermaine Dupri, 21 Savage and Luther Campbell, premieres on Hulu on Thursday (March 21).

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The documentary shares the “untold story” surrounding the popular Atlanta parties that swelled to popularity in the ’90s. Taking viewers back to the roots, the documentary details how “Freaknik” started as a spring break picnic created by Black college students at an Atlanta HBCU in 1983.

“It’s all educational. It’s Black history personally to me,” Dupri told the Associated Press. “For those who need that assurance, I would never allow my name to be involved with something that’s going to put a black eye on Atlanta or do anything that I feel like is going to set this culture backwards.”

Dupri, 21 Savage, Luther Campbell are executive producers on the documentary alongside Terry “TR” Ross, Melissa Cooper, Alex Avant and Tresa Sanders.

“It’s also a coming-of-age story,” supervising producer Deshawn Plair explained to CNN. “You were able to come of age, but not have that pressure to have to be in the spotlight, not have that pressure to have cameras all over you. I think it was just such a bit of Black joy.”

The documentary features Killer Mike, 21 Savage, Lil John, Dupri, Campbell, Too $hort, Erik Sermon, Jalen Rose, Shanti Das, former Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed and more.

Read on for details on when and how to stream the documentary for free.

How to Watch Online

Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told is available to stream free to Hulu subscribers. If you’re not subscribed, you can watch the documentary with a 30-day free trial to Hulu.

How much does Hulu cost? Plans start at $7.99 per month for the basic streaming package, but Hulu also provides a student discount package for just $1.99 per month, annual plans and bundles with Disney+ and ESPN+.

You can watch Hulu on your TV, smartphone and other streaming devices via the Hulu app or online at Hulu.com.

Want to stream live channels? Hulu + Live TV combines everything you need in one plan. Hulu+Live TV is $76.99 per month to stream with adds and $89.99 for ad-free streaming.

The plan includes 90+ live channels such as ABC, CBS, NBC, ESPN, Bravo, TLC, OWN, FX, A&E and Lifetime, in addition to access to Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+.

Hulu subscribers can stream original series, movies, sports and shows on network television including Sho-Gun, The Bear, Self-Reliance, The Bachelor, The Masked Singer, Poor Things, the forthcoming series, We Are the Lucky Ones, NBA games, March Madness, NHL and more.

Watch the trailer for Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told below.

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