Just in time for the upcoming football season, Hulu announced today the addition of NFL Network to its Live TV streaming lineup, along with a new Sports Add-On package which includes NFL RedZone.
NFL Network on Hulu
Starting today, NFL Network is available to all of Hulu’s Live TV subscribers in the core $64.99 a month subscription plan. The channel offers year round NFL content to football fans, including live NFL preseason games, exclusive live NFL regular season games, popular studio shows such as the Emmy-nominated Good Morning Football and NFL Total Access, as well as NFL GameDay Morning and NFL Now, and award-winning original series such as A Football Life, NFL 360 and America’s Game.
“We are excited to bring NFL Network and NFL RedZone to Hulu + Live TV subscribers,” said Hans Schroeder, EVP and Chief Operating Officer of NFL Media. “One of our top priorities as a League remains broadening the distribution platforms for NFL content, and so we’re very pleased to bring our lineup of award-winning shows and live games to Hulu’s live subscribers.”
New Sports Add-On on Hulu
The new Sports Add-On also launches today for $9.99/month. Hulu’s Live TV subscribers can add NFL RedZone, Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel, MAVTV Motorsports Network, TVG and TVG2 to their live TV line-up by signing up for the add-on package. On NFL RedZone, fans will get replays of all NFL RedZone programming from the 2020 NFL season from August 23rd through September 8th before the 2021 season begins. When the season starts, the channel will offer seven hours of live football action every Sunday with host Scott Hanson.
“With the launch of NFL Network and our new Sports Add-on, Hulu + Live TV continues to be the ultimate destination for sports fans to watch thousands of hours of live and on-demand sports programming,” said Reagan Feeney, SVP, Live TV Content Programming & Partnerships, Hulu. “Starting today, viewers can bring even more game day action to their living room with live games and events, original shows, motorsports, horse racing and much more.”