Hulu Grace Van Patten Tell Me Lies: A Novel for free  Tell Me Lies is streaming on Hulu. Three episodes

Three episodes in the drama series, exploring a toxic and complicated relationship, unfold over the course

of eight years, came to the streaming platform on Wednesday (September 7). Revolving around Lucy Albright (Grace Van Patten),

a college freshman, meets her new love Stephen DeMarco (Jackson White) at a party. The pair quickly fall

for each other, what begins as a mediocre on-campus romance develops into an emotional entanglement that leaves 

Grace unsure what to believe. The 10-episode series, executive produced by Emma Roberts, directed by Erin Feely,

 written by Mona Mira, is adapted from the best-selling novel of the same name by Carola Lovering. Read on for details

on how to stream for free. Watch Tell Me Lies on Hulu for Free Streams at no extra charge to customers.

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$12.99 to stream ad-free, with a price increase coming next month. Starting October 10, the commercial 

tier of Hulu will cost $14.99 a month, increasing from the commercial-free tier to about $7.99 a month.

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