Hulu Is Bringing Back Classic Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen Movies

If the phrase “We’ll solve any crime by dinner time” brings you back to your childhood, you’re in luck. Hulu is making all our ’90s dreams come true with a Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen takeover.

The streaming service is preparing to release three classic Olsen twin movies: Billboard Dad (1998), Passport to Paris (1999) and Switching Goals (1999). Beginning May 1, Hulu subscribers will be able to stream the trio of flicks, and we’re already seeing double.

Billboard Dad follows the twins as they play matchmaker for their widowed father, Maxwell Tyler (Tom Amandes). This includes plastering his face on a billboard, which results in unexpected fame and a whole lot of fan mail.

In Passport to Paris, Mary-Kate and Ashley embark on their first-ever international adventure. But this isn’t any ordinary trip across the pond—they’re visiting their diplomat grandfather in Paris. (Don’t worry, French boys are a given.)

Last but definitely not least, Switching Goals features your classic Parent Trap prank…with a twist. When the twins are drafted to rival soccer teams, they switch places in an attempt to prove they’re more alike than different. 

Mary-Kate and Ashley made their acting debut as Michelle Tanner in Full House. They also starred in a number of projects, like To Grandmother’s House We Go, Double, Double, Toil and Trouble, How the West Was Fun, The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley and New York Minute. The Olsen twins officially retired from acting in 2012, and went on to focus on their fashion empire, The Row.

While we’d do anything to rewatch Two of a Kind, we’ll take what we can get.

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Greta Heggeness is a California-based editor at PureWow and has been writing about entertainment since 2015. She covers everything from awards shows to exclusive celebrity...