Hulu and Vice Renew Licensing Deal, Bringing New Titles to Streamer

Hulu and Vice have renewed their licensing deal, keeping Vice content on the streaming service. Vice first signed a deal with Hulu in 2019, then a deal in September 2020 added over 100 hours of Vice content to subscribers.

Variety reports that the new deal will keep most of the same titles in place, along with adding 50 hours of new programming to the lineup.

Programming from Vice will include true crime, factual documentary, entertainment and lifestyle. Some new titles landing on Hulu will include “Dark Side of Football,” “Dark Side of the 90s” and one-off documentary “Vice Versa: Chyna,” plus the new seasons of “Dark Side of the Ring” and “Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia.”

“We are delighted to expand our partnership with Hulu, who share our passion for impactful, premium factual programming,” said Bea Hegedus, global head of distribution for Vice Media Group. “We look forward to bringing our newest hit titles to Hulu while continuing to offer our popular library titles, as we see audience demand increase for Vice content around the world.”