10:03 am EDT, May 3, 2017

Hulu launches live TV service for $40/mo, which includes its streaming library

Following months of anticipation, Hulu has jumped in on the live streaming TV wars, and their deal may be one of the best yet.

For $40/month, Hulu’s live TV streaming service includes their existing streaming library, making it a very tempting purchase. It’s the first and only live streaming service to bundle an extensive library.

The service includes a virtual DVR. For an extra fee, you can get an enhanced DVR that’ll let you skip through commercials.

Hulu’s live streaming channel line up includes roughly 50 channels. A few of ’em: ESPN, CNN, CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business, Fox Sports, MSNBC, CBS Sports, NBC Sports, TNT, Bravo, E!, Food Network, HGTV, Travel Channel, A&E, Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, Disney Channel, Freeform, FX, History, Lifetime, National Geographic, TBS, USA Network, and Viceland.

Networks notably missing: AMC, Comedy Central, Nickeloden, and MTV. Also missing: Certain local channels in certain cities.

Learn more and sign up for a free trial right here. Interested in another live streaming TV service? Check out our report on the competition.

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