Hulu has also confirmed today that it has signed an agreement with Scripps Network Interactive to bring channels like Food Network, HGTV, and Travel Channel to its streaming service and on-demand service. It also carries regional sports networks from Comcast and Fox in several markets.
Customers of Hulu's live TV service will gain access to the existing on-demand service, which blends original programs "The Path" and "Casual" with a large reservoir of reruns from other networks.
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For those who don't wanna subscribe to Hulu's new live TV service, you'll also gain access to the new UI on the Xbox One, Apple TV, and Android devices. The package includes 50 hours of recording storage, up to six individual profiles and two simultaneous streams per account, with options to upgrade to an enhanced Cloud DVR and unlimited in-home screens. Hulu offers more channels-it has more than 50 compared to YouTube TV's 39-but both services have the basics covered. Vue offers unlimited cloud DVR storage for 28 days.
You can add both packages together for a bundled price of $19.99 extra per month. For another $14.99 a month, you can have as many simultaneous streams as you want in the home, and three simultaneous streams outside the house.
There are more choices than ever for folks who like to watch TV but hate to pay that big cable bill every month. It is launching in beta, meaning that the streamer is expected to add more features to the service after its public debut. It's unclear what that actually means, but I suspect that Hulu Live, like other new streaming services, will have some technical glitches at first. The Hulu vMVPD service now supports Android (including STBs) and iOS devices, Apple TV, XBOX One, and Chromecast. Unlike rivals such as SlingTV, Hulu's new app does not wall off kids' or sports content behind an additional add-on package. In this particular example, you could theoretically gain access to live local channels that are available to stream in NY. It will give live subscribers access to exclusive library content including FX series Atlanta as well as originals The Handmaid's Tale and The Path.
Hulu also has CBS' Showtime available for $8.99 a month. YouTube TV, which launched recently with ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC in the same cities Hulu is in, is priced at $35 monthly, but does not have the Turner channels (CNN, TBS). That's likely because Viacom currently has a deal with DirecTV Now and Sling TV that provides subscribers with access to their channels, and they're not keen on expanding into too many live TV subscription services.