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Old 08-15-15, 07:56 PM   #126
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A couple of questions :

1) Mr. Robot streams on Hulu Plus, but it seems only on the website, not on any streaming app. Why is that and are there other shows like that? I wanted to watch that series.

2) I started watching Taxi with my daughter and discovered that while they have all five seasons of the show, they only have about 60-70% of each season's episodes with no rhyme or reason to the missing episodes. Do other series have this quirk? Is it somehow related to music licensing?

1) Many shows are web only because the studio or network won't license it out to be streamed on a TV. Keep in mind, Hulu is essentially a 3rd party streaming hub, they have to acquire the rights from USA and Universal, who produce Mr. Robot.

Do you have access to USA On Demand? All the episodes of the show are available there.

2) Yes, it's licensing costs probably due to music.
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Do you have access to USA On Demand? All the episodes of the show are available there.
What is that app? Just for iPad? I really wanted to watch it on the TV and couldn't find anything in the Roku store.
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Old 08-15-15, 08:08 PM   #128
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What is that app? Just for iPad? I really wanted to watch it on the TV and couldn't find anything in the Roku store.
USA does have an app, but you have to log in through your provider (if you have a provider) They don't have a Roku app.

I was actually talking about On demand through your television provider. USA on demand is on Directv and all the episodes are there in HD.
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Old 08-21-15, 06:48 PM   #129
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Here's What's Coming to Hulu in September

Available August 27
Fargo: Complete Season 1

Available September 1
Elementary: Complete Seasons 1 - 3
The League: Complete Season 6

Available September 3
Celebrity Wife Swap: Season 4 Finale
Alien Rising
All The Wrong Reasons
American Ghost Hunter
American Made Movie
Amigo Undead
Antidote
Backwater
Black Widow
Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb vs. Gravity
Brush With Danger
Buddy Hutchins
Camembert Rose
Coral Reef Adventure
Cut!
Demons
Digging To China
Doppelganger
Freebird: The Movie
Home is Where the Heart Is
Hunted
Hurricane on the Bayou
Kane's Kitchen
Lord Montagu
Love Triangle
Muffin Top
Mysteries of Angels and Demons
Neil Simon's London Suite
Nfinity Champions League Volume 2
Please Please Me! (Fais Moi Plaisir)
Rhymes with Banana
Salad Days: A Decade Of Punk In Washington, DC (1980-90)
Such good People
Sunflower
That Guy Dick Miller
The 10 Year Plan
The Badger Game
The Last Keepers
The Whistle Blower
Treehouse
Vincent
Wes Craven Presents Don't Look Down
Zero Tolerance

Available September 4
Mistresses: Season 3 Finale
Rookie Blue: Season 6 Finale
Ping Pong: The Animation (Dubbed): Complete Season 1
Soul Eater Not! (Dubbed): Complete Season 1
Hamatora the Animation (Subtitled): Complete Season 1

Available September 8
The Awesomes: Season 3 Premiere (Hulu Original)

Available September 9
Extreme Weight Loss: Season 5 Finale
Zero Punctuation: Season 9 Premiere

Available September 11
Beauty & the Beast: Season 3 Finale
BlazBlue: Alter Memory (Dubbed): Complete Season 1
The World is Still Beautiful (Subtitled): Complete Season 1
CrackerJack

Available September 14
Teen Wolf: Season 5 Finale
La Banda: Series Premiere

Available September 15
The Mindy Project: Season 4 Premiere (Hulu Original)
Dancing with the Stars: Season 21 Premiere
Another Period: Season 1 Finale

Available September 16
Difficult People: Season 1 Finale (Hulu Original)
Why? With Hannibal Buress: Season 1 Finale
Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris: Series Premiere

Available September 17
South Park: Season 19 Premiere

Available September 18
Noragami (Dubbed): Complete Season 1
Last Hours in Suburbia

Available September 20
Bar Rescue: Season 4 Finale

Available September 21
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta: Season 4 Finale

Available September 22
Castle: Season 8 Premiere
Gotham: Season 2 Premiere
Minority Report: Series Premiere
Scream: Season 1 Finale
The Voice: Season 9 Premiere
Blindspot: Series Premiere

Available September 23
Dancing with the Stars: Results: Season 21 Premiere
Fresh off the Boat: Season 2 Premiere
The Muppets: Series Premiere
Scream Queens: Series Premiere

Available September 24
Black-ish: Season 2 Premiere
Modern Family: Season 7 Premiere
Nashville: Season 4 Premiere
The Goldbergs: Season 3 Premiere
The Middle: Season 7 Premiere
Empire: Season 2 Premiere
Rosewood: Series Premiere
Law and Order: SVU: Season 17 Premiere
The Mysteries of Laura: Season 2 Premiere
A Wicked Offer: Season 1 Finale
Lip Sync Battle: Season 1 Finale

Available September 25
Grey's Anatomy: Season 12 Premiere
Hot to Get Away with Murder: Season 2 Premiere
Scandal: Season 5 Premiere
Heroes Reborn: Series Premiere
The Player: Series Premiere

Available September 26
Last Man Standing: Season 5 Premiere
Shark Tank: Season 7 Premiere

Available September 28
Blood & Oil: Series Premiere
Once Upon a Time: Season 5 Premiere
Quantico: Series Premiere
Bob's Burgers: Season 6 Premiere
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 3 Premiere
Family Guy: Season 14 Premiere
The Last Man on Earth: Season 2 Premiere
The Simpsons: Season 27 Premiere

Available September 30
Beyond the Tank: Season 2 Premiere
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 3 Premiere
Grandfathered: Series Premiere
The Grinder: Series Premiere
Candidly Nicole: Season 2 Finale
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Old 08-21-15, 07:10 PM   #130
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Old 08-23-15, 01:06 AM   #131
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Grey's anatomy whoohoo!!!!! Bout time they restarted :d
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Old 08-31-15, 03:38 AM   #132
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http://deadline.com/2015/08/epix-lea...lu-1201510484/

EPIX content moving to Hulu. Non exclusive deal.
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Old 08-31-15, 03:47 AM   #133
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According to the Hulu Blog, the EPIX movies will be added on October 1st.

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Hulu and the premium entertainment network EPIX have closed a landmark, multi-year digital SVOD deal that will bring new releases from Lionsgate, MGM and Paramount to Hulu for the first time beginning October 1st.

Recent hits from EPIX including Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, Interstellar, Selma, Top Five and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, which have never before been available on a streaming SVOD service, will become available on Hulu in the coming months.

At launch, blockbuster films such as Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Transformers: Age of Extinction, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Star Trek: Into Darkness, World War Z, Wolf of Wall Street, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, Robocop, God’s Not Dead and more will become available to Hulu subscribers for the first time.

Comedies including Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, Anchorman 2, and Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas as well as indie favorites such as In a World, All is Lost, and Much Ado About Nothing will also be available streaming this October. The extensive collection of popular, classic film titles from EPIX includes franchises such as the James Bond, Rocky, Star Trek, Paranormal Activity, Beverly Hills Cop, and Friday the Thirteenth films. Epix Original Specials including Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour, Russell Brand: Messiah Complex, P!nk: The Truth about Love Tour, and Jenny McCarthy’s Dirty Sexy Funny will also be available.

READ MORE - http://blog.hulu.com/2015/08/30/hulu...ear-agreement/
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Old 08-31-15, 06:23 AM   #134
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Whoa. Count me in for MIRN and Interstellar. This is awesome.
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Old 08-31-15, 07:35 AM   #135
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For some reason I had no idea Paramount did Interstellar, I thought it was Warner
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Old 09-02-15, 10:16 AM   #136
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As expected, Hulu is rolling out their "Limited Commercials" subscription at $12 per month. However, some shows will still have ads before and after their episodes as they could not renegotiate the contracts to allow it to be ad free.

I'm undecided whether to keep the current subscription or to upgrade it. I actually don't mind it.

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September 2, 2015, 11:00 AM EDT

Hulu has been working steadily over the past year to close the gap with Netflix, and now the company has unveiled a true game changer in its battle with other streaming services: a commercial-free option for subscribers.

Beginning today, subscribers can upgrade to an ad-free plan for $11.99 per month, $4 more than the current fee for what the company calls "limited commercials."

The new tier, as well as the site's robust investment in more content—both original shows and acquisitions—is part of the company's effort "to take Hulu to the next level," said CEO Mike Hopkins. During the company's customer research over the past several years, "what we've heard loud and clear is that some segment of our customers would like us to offer a commercial-free plan at a higher price, and so that's what we're doing."

But at the same time, the company stressed that it remains committed to advertising.

"This is not our exit from the ad business by any stretch. Advertising will continue to be central to our business," said Hopkins, pointing to the company's programmatic ad strategy announced last week in which it will partner with Oracle Data Management Platform and Facebook-owned video-ad platform LiveRail to offer programmatic advertising options for the first time.

That deal, added Peter Naylor, svp of ad sales, "is evidence that we're absolutely pursuing a dual revenue stream with subs and advertisers, and we do not intend to miss a beat. The research gives us confidence that that's going to be the case."

Hulu's hope, said Hopkins, is that both plans "grow sharply" and that the company will continue "to be a great place for advertisers."

Naylor's ad sales job would seem to have grown considerably more difficult given this news, but he said that's not the case. "The most interesting research that gave us confidence that everything would be good for advertisers was when we examined why people might switch. It really wasn't about age or income or gender—it was about attitude towards advertisers," said Naylor, explaining that the company has segmented the world into "ad acceptors" and "ad avoiders."

"There's a small segment of the world that are just avoiding ads at all costs. The good news with this new plan is that we have an opportunity to do business with them," said Naylor, calling the shift "demographically neutral."

"I'm still bringing a very high-quality audience to the advertiser, but I would argue we're bringing an even more potent audience to the advertiser, because people who have chosen the limited commercial plan, all of a sudden, now they know why they're getting that plan with ads," he said. "We've had a really great summer writing a lot of upfront business, and I have zero reason to believe that we're going to under-deliver on any campaign. We will anticipate a little bit of shifting, but at the same time, we think that all boats are going to rise to the tide."

Naylor, who began sharing the ad-free tier news with Hulu's biggest advertisers this week, said, "By and large, the reception has been met with understanding.

"People understand this is good for the brand Hulu, which will give us a better opportunity to continue to grow and to grow our commercial audience that we bring to market every day."

As part of Hulu's recent pivot toward being one brand—it shed the Hulu Plus moniker for its subscription service earlier this year—the company's brand marketing campaign won't differentiate between the two subscription options. "Then, when a user gets to Hulu, they're given a very matter-of-fact choice [between the $7.99 and $11.99 options]," said Naylor. "We're not promoting one over the other."

While Hulu actively resisted an ad-free option for several years, the tide began to turn a year ago, Hopkins said. The company has spent the last nine months securing the necessary rights from its content providers.

"We're launching it now because we have literally just secured all the rights. Getting the rights squared away [is] complicated," said Hopkins.

Hulu says it's giving customers a straightforward choice between the ad and ad-free options.

Exceptions to the new rule

It's so complicated, in fact, that seven Hulu shows will not technically be ad free, even on the commercial-free tier: Subscribers will still see a 15-second preroll ad and a 30-second postroll ad for each episode, though there will be no ad breaks within the actual content. The shows that fall under this exception are New Girl, Scandal, How to Get Away With Murder, Grey's Anatomy, Once Upon a Time, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Grimm.

"We needed to keep [these shows] commercially supported, so they will be," said Naylor. "When the user selects one of these shows, they'll be greeted with a message that says 'this show is outside of your commercial-free plan, but we are happy to present it to you with extraordinarily limited interruption.'"

Beyond the time it took to secure the rights for an ad-free option, Hulu wanted to launch the new tier now because "it was important that we get it out in time for people to catch up for the fall season. We have a lot of prior seasons of shows that are going to premiere in the fall. We thought it was important to give that boost and give people that option before they thought about catching up," said Hopkins.

While early reports mentioned Hulu was considering charging as much as $14 per month, the research ultimately indicated that $11.99 was "a fair value," said Hopkins. "We think it's objectively a good value but also a reasonable upcharge that also makes the $7.99 price point really valuable, too."

Hulu hopes the new option will allow the company, which currently has 9 million subscribers, to make up some ground against Netflix, which now has 65 million subscribers worldwide (with 42 million of those in the U.S.). While the no-ad options will undoubtedly be attractive to the "ad avoiders," the $11.99 price point puts it well ahead of Netflix, whose own monthly ad-free streaming plans start at $7.99.

The move caps a year-long initiative to invest significantly more in content, both in original and acquired shows. On Sunday, Hulu announced it had stepped in for Netflix and inked a multiyear subscription video on demand deal with Epix to stream recent releases from Lionsgate, MGM and Paramount starting Oct. 1. In recent months, the company also has landed SVOD rights to shows like Seinfeld, South Park, CSI and Empire and has signed wide-ranging content deals with AMC, FX and Turner.

At the same time, the company has lined up an impressive slate of original series, including Season 4 of The Mindy Project (debuting Sept. 15) and comedy Casual, executive produced by Jason Reitman (premiering Oct. 7). Next year will bring drama The Way, starring Aaron Paul and Michelle Monaghan, and 11/22/63, its highly anticipated event series from Stephen King and J.J. Abrams, starring James Franco.

Subscribers looking to upgrade to the commercial-free tier will be able to switch their plans on Hulu's website and most devices that support Hulu. For those who switch to the "no commercials" plan, the billing date will reset instantly. If "no commercials" customers want to switch to "limited commercials," that change will take effect at the start of the next billing cycle.
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Old 09-02-15, 11:38 AM   #137
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So if I have a year-long subscription that I bought using a card, can I upgrade for an extra $4 a month?
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They got rid of The Shield. Fuck this.
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They got rid of The Shield. Fuck this.
It's currently being remastered in 4K. You'll get to see it in all it's widescreen and full rez glory in 2 years (and yes, Ryan is personally supervising the transfer).
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So if I have a year-long subscription that I bought using a card, can I upgrade for an extra $4 a month?
I have an annual subscription that I bought off eBay, and I just upgraded to ad-free. My account was pre-paid through to late April 2016, and they just shortened it to early February 2016. So you don't pay any extra, they just change your expiration date.

I'm so happy! I've been begging them to do this for years.

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I have an annual subscription that I bought off eBay, and I just upgraded to ad-free. My account was pre-paid through to late April 2016, and they just shortened it to early February 2016. So you don't pay any extra, they just change your expiration date.

I'm so happy! I've been begging them to do this for years.


I did the same thing. I bought the pre-paid card and was paid until May 2016. With the switch, my plan now expires February 11, 2016.

I'm cool with the switch. The shows that don't apply don't bother me because I usually watch them off the DVR anyways.

Hulu for me has always been a back up for DVR conflicts/lack of DVR space or a record not happening.

The only thing that really sucks about Hulu is they don't have the rights to post the entire seasons of many current shows. It's just the last 5 episodes.
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The only thing that really sucks about Hulu is they don't have the rights to post the entire seasons of many current shows. It's just the last 5 episodes.
I agree. That drives me crazy. You can't pick-up a show halfway through the season, because there's only the 5 latest episodes. I'd pay another $4-$5/month for full seasons.
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I gave in and changed my plan to the "Limited Ad" plan.

Even with the bad exchange, Hulu provides me with the Latino content that I watch along with the Criterion Collection films that I cannot get here in Canada. It's a bonus that I can use it as a DVR for current shows but also I'm hoping that Hulu starts adding full season to shows to compete with Netflix.
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http://deadline.com/2015/09/the-gold...lu-1201547434/

Sony signed a streaming deal with Hulu for The Goldbergs. Past seasons in addition to the current season are now available
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Coming to Hulu: These are the movies, TV shows that will be available in October

October 1
Chicago P.D.: Season 3 Premiere (NBC)
Alaska: The Last Frontier: Complete Season 4 (Discovery)
Cake Boss: Next Great Baker: Complete Seasons 2 - 4 (TLC)
Deadly Women: Complete Season 8 (ID)
Fast N' Loud: Complete Season 6 (Discovery)
Gator Boys: Complete Season 6 (Animal Planet)
Hoarding: Buried Alive: Complete Season 8 (TLC)
How Do They Do It?: Complete Seasons 7 & 8 (Science)
Leah Remini: It's All Relative: Complete Season 1 (TLC)
Long Island Medium: Complete Season 7 (TLC)
My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding: Complete Season 3 (TLC)
My Five Wives: Complete Season 1 (TLC)
My Strange Addiction: Complete Season 5 (TLC)
MythBusters: Complete Season 16 (Discovery)
Say Yes to the Dress: Complete Season 12 (TLC)
Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta: Complete Seasons 5 & 7 (TLC)
Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best: Complete Season 3 (TLC)
Street Outlaws: Complete Season 3 (Discovery)
Tanked: Complete Seasons 7 & 8 (Animal Planet)
Toddlers & Tiaras: Complete Seasons 7 & 8 (TLC)
Who Do You Think You Are?: Complete Season 5 (TLC)
Yukon Men: Complete Season 4 (Discovery)
3 Geezers! (2013)
666: The Beast (2015)
A Touch of Unseen (2014)
Addicted (2014)
All Is Lost (2013)
Altergeist (2014)
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013)
Avenged (2013)
Bandits (2001) (*Showtime)
Ben Stiller's Comedy Roundtable #2 (2013)
Billy Mize & The Bakersfield Sound (2014)
Blair Witch Project, The (1999)
Blood Simple (1985)
Blue Chips (1994)
Cantinflas (2014)
Carrie (2013)
Casa Amor: Exclusive for Ladies (2015)
Cat's Meow, The (2001) (*Showtime)
Cesar Chavez (2014)
Come Out and Play (2013)
Craig Ferguson: Does This Need To Be Said? (2011)
Dear White People (2014)
Defiance (2008)
Demons (2015)
Devil's Rejects, The (2005) (*Showtime)
Donovan's Echo (2011) (*Showtime)
Doomsday Book (2012)
Dragonheart (1996) (*Showtime)
Dukale's Dream (2015)
Expendables 3, The (2014)
Fightville (2011)
Fish Tank (2009) (*Showtime)
Flashdance (1983)
Frankenstein vs. The Mummy (2015)
G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013)
Girl Most Likely (2013)
GLOW (2015)
Hannah And Her Sisters (1986)
Hard Ride to Hell (2010)
Harsh Times (2005) (*Showtime)
Hercules (2014)
Hooked Up (2013)
Hugo (2011)
Hunger Games, The: Catching Fire (2013)
I Am I (2013)
I, Frankenstein (2014)
In A World… (2013)
Infernal (2015)
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2013)
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (2013)
Jenny McCarthy's Dirty, Sexy, Funny (2014)
Jim Breuer: And Laughter for All (2013)
Jim Breuer: Comic Frenzy (2015)
Jim Jefferies: Fully Functional (2012)
Jim Norton: American Degenerate (2013)
Jim Norton: Contextually Inadequate (2015)
Joe (2014)
Justin Beiber: Never Say Never (2011)
Katy Perry: Prismatic World Tour (2014)
Kids for Cash (2013)
La Repetition (2001)
Labor Day (2013)
Last Play at Shea (2010)
Lewis Black: Old Yeller - Live at the Borgata (2014)
Liar's Autobiography, A: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman (2011)
Lisa Lampanelli: Back to the Drawing Board (2015)
Little Jerusalem (2005)
Love or Whatever (2012)
Lunarcy! (2012)
Men, Women & Children (2014)
Miles To Go (2012)
Monkey Shines: An Experiment In Fear (1988)
Most Wanted Man, A (2014)
Much Ado About Nothing (2013)
Nebraska (2013)
Noah (2014)
Pain & Gain (2013)
Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (2013)
Patton Oswalt: Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time (2014)
P!nk: The Truth About Love Tour (2013)
Please Be Normal (2014)
Poltergeist of Borley Forest (2013)
Primal Fear (1996)
Private Parts (1997)
Psycho Beach Party (2000)
Pulp Fiction (1994) (*Showtime)
Rabbit Hole (2010)
Rise of the Footsoldier (2007) (*Showtime)
Riviera (2005)
Robocop (2014)
Run, Hide, Die (2012)
Russell Brand: Messiah Complex (2014)
Serendipity (2001) (*Showtime)
Shelter (2015)
Skeleton Twins, The (2014)
Skipped Parts (2000) (*Showtime)
Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013)
Swimming Upstream (2003) (*Showtime)
Tales from the Hood (1995) (*Showtime)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)
The Breakup Girl (2015)
The Butterfly Tattoo (2009)
The Cutting Room (2015)
The House at the End of Time (2013)
The Inkwell (1994) (*Showtime)
The Innkeepers (2011)
The Last Keepers (2013)
The Program (2015) (*Showtime)
The Quitter (2014)
The Ravine of Goodbye (2013)
The Story of Luke (2012)
They Came Together (2014)
Tom Papa: Freaked Out (2013)
Tony: London Serial Killer (2009) (*Showtime)
Transformers: Age Of Extinction (2014)
Vanish (2015)
Weapons (2007) (*Showtime)
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Re: Hulu Plus -- News and Notable New additions

It sucks that some of the Comedy Central shows aren't having their new seasons air on Hulu anymore. I really want to watch the new seasons of Review and Drunk History but I'm not paying $20-25 apiece to watch them on amazon.
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Re: Hulu Plus -- News and Notable New additions

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It sucks that some of the Comedy Central shows aren't having their new seasons air on Hulu anymore. I really want to watch the new seasons of Review and Drunk History but I'm not paying $20-25 apiece to watch them on amazon.
If you have a Roku, get the Comedy Central channel. They have every episode of Review and the current season of Drunk History. It requires sign-in with a TV provider.

https://channelstore.roku.com/detail...comedy-central
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If you have a Roku, get the Comedy Central channel. They have every episode of Review and the current season of Drunk History. It requires sign-in with a TV provider.

https://channelstore.roku.com/detail...comedy-central
The whole reason to use Hulu/streaming services is because you don't want to have a TV provider.
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Re: Hulu Plus -- News and Notable New additions

Yeah, but it's still nice since I can borrow credentials for that.
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The whole reason to use Hulu/streaming services is because you don't want to have a TV provider.
Not necessarily. I have basic cable, but there's all kinds of cool stuff you can get on streaming that's you can't get on TV. Plus you can record some shows and watch them the night they come on rather than waiting for streaming packages to pick them up months later.
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