Hulu announced a public beta of its much-anticipated live TV streaming service today. Early adopters have the opportunity to pay $39.99 per month for the privilege of testing out the company’s new Live TV Service.
For their $40 offering you will gain access to over 50 channels each month, additional add-ons include Enhanced Cloud DVR for $14.99/month and Unlimited Screens at $14.99/month, however bundling both saves you $10 per month. They also offer SHOWTIME as a Premium add-on for $8.99/month.
Hulu has some of the largest names in TV all present and correct including FOX Sports, FOX, ABC, CBS Sports, CBS, NBC, TNT, NBC Sports, ESPN, CNN, Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business, MSNBC, FX, USA Network, Bravo, E!, Travel Channel, Food Network, HGTV, A&E, Freeform, Lifetime, History, National Geographic, TBS, Lifetime, Viceland and Disney Channel.
Although Hulu is entering a crowded market with many other streaming providers available, such as DirecTV Now, SlingTV, Playstation Vue and YouTube TV. Hulu has a great opportunity to grab a significant amount of the cord cutter market.
Those looking for additional information on how to subscribe or it’s functionality can find just about everything you need to know on Hulu’s website.