Here Are The Devices That Hulu’s Live TV Beta Supports

Today Hulu officially announced their new live TV streaming service public beta. Right now new Hulu live TV service will support to Apple TV*, iOS, Android, Chromecast, and XBOX ONE this spring and will be coming soon to Fire TV, Roku, PlayStation, laptops, and computers. (*Only available on 4th generation Apple TV.)

The Hulu with Live TV (Beta) plan can enjoy live and on demand programming from more than 50 popular sports, news, entertainment and kids’ channels — plus Hulu’s existing streaming library all for $39.99 per month. (You can find the full list of channels and regional sports networks HERE.) This includes 50 hours of DVR 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.

Here are the add-ons currently available for Hulu’s new live TV beta. 

● Enhanced Cloud DVR ($14.99/month): Subscribers can upgrade to 200 hours of recording storage and more powerful cloud DVR capabilities, allowing them to record as many shows as they want to at the same time and watch from anywhere. With the Enhanced Cloud DVR, Hulu will record new episodes of any show or games of any team that viewers have designated as a favorite, and they will be able to fast forward through recorded ads.

● Unlimited Screens ($14.99/month): Hulu’s Unlimited Screens add-on gives viewers as many simultaneous streams as they want in the home, and three outside the home.

● Enhanced Cloud DVR + Unlimited Screens ($19.99/month): Viewers can bundle both product add-ons together and save $10.00.

● SHOWTIME ($8.99/month): Fans of SHOWTIME can add the channel, giving them unlimited, on-demand access to all of SHOWTIME’s award-winning original series, box office hits, documentaries and specials.

Additional premium network add-ons will become available soon.

Also by not supporting all devices at launch Hulu can control the flood of new users. Similar to how Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, and PlayStation Vue all slowly rolled out their streaming services.

 

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