Andrew McCarthy’s Brats Is Now Streaming

Andrew McCarthy’s Brats Is Now Streaming On Hulu

In the June 10, 1985 edition of New York Magazine, David Blum wrote a piece about a group of young, successful actors and dubbed them the “Brat Pack.” The cultural impact of the article changed and defined the experience of these actors as they rose to stardom.

The Brats documentary follows the infamous group of young Hollywood stars, with names like Emilio Estevez, Molly Ringwald, Demi Moore, Ally Sheedy, Judd Nelson, Anthony Michael Hall and Andrew McCarthy. Members of the Brat Pack starred in hit 1980s movies like The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, St. Elmo’s Fire and Sixteen Candles.

Actor, Author, Director and Producer Andrew McCarthy brings this story to the screen with his Hulu original documentary. The show features interviews and stories of some of the biggest names amongst the Brat Pack and David Blum himself.

Books by Andrew McCarthy:

About the author:

Andrew McCarthy is a director, an award winning travel writer, and—of course—an actor. He is the author of Walking with Sam, which chronicles his 500 mile trek across Spain with his son. He is also the author of BRAT: An 80s Story, about his acting days in the Brat Pack, and The Longest Way Home, a travel memoir – all New York Times Bestsellers. Andrew served as an editor-at-large for a dozen years with National Geographic Traveler magazine and as guest editor of the prestigious BEST AMERICAN TRAVEL WRITING anthology. He has written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Irish Times, The Guardian, The Atlantic, Time, Travel+Leisure, Town & Country, Men’s Journal, Bon Appetit, and many others. He has received six Lowell Thomas awards, and been named Travel Journalist of the Year by The Society of American Travel Writers.