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Hulu Launches a New Site For Their Live TV Service

Update: Hulu reached out to Cord Cutters News to say that “the reported update” to the site has been there since it launched in January. So nothing new but still very interesting if you have not seen this before.

Over two months ago we first reported on and how you could signup for the Hulu’s live TV beta test there. Now it seems that Hulu has launched a new version of the site with new details. The update to the site was first reported over on

Now not only can you sign up for the beta there but the site also gives the following information:

All your TV. One Experience:

A Hulu like you’ve never seen before is on its way, with the on-demand library you known and love – current TV, original series, kids shows, and movies – and soon the option to add Live TV.

Live TV Coming Soon:

Watch live sports, news, and events. Save anything to watch later, pause Live TV and pick up where you left off, and get real-time alerts for live events and TV moments that matter to you.

TV that gets you.

Spend less time search and more time watching. With profiles, everyone can have their own personal Hulu experience. And with multiple streams on Live TV, the whole home can watch at once.

Experience it anywhere.

Catch the big moments as they happen or watch just one more episode, wherever you are, whenever you want, on your favorite supported devices.

You can also still sign up for the beta of the new Hulu live TV service by visiting

So what did we learn?  It was confirmed that there will be multiple live streams and that you will be able to DVR everything. Past that there is not a lot of new information in this post but it is nice to see Hulu say something new about their new live TV service.

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9 Responses to Hulu Launches a New Site For Their Live TV Service

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    Daniel Darnell March 16, 2017 at 9:14 am #

    That hulu live website redirected me to the experience hulu website and it has exactly the same information on it as before. Nothing new here.

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      mau47 March 16, 2017 at 9:33 am #

      Same thing here

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        Daniel Darnell March 16, 2017 at 9:57 am #

        I bet they made a mistake with bringing it online and the mistake was found and the site pulled quickly.

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      Cord Cutters News March 16, 2017 at 9:42 am #

      Since the last time I looked at it they seem to have resigned it.

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    Joe in Virginia March 16, 2017 at 9:55 am #

    I wonder if this means it will go live soon. You see this a lot with sites: when they get close to launch, they will throw the site up for testing, and then take it down when they realize that people are actually looking at it.

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    Daniel Richards March 16, 2017 at 11:31 am #

    Until they announce they’ve made a deal that would get them Viacom, Discovery and Scripps networks and that they will have a PROPER GUIDE, it really doesn’t matter what they do.

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    Rob P. March 16, 2017 at 11:39 am #

    I had heard the current hulu offering and the new live service were separate products. The video makes it look like the two offerings will be mashed into one. If that is the case, I am very interested. I love all the streaming apps, but honestly I would prefer it all in one app that I can find a live sports show or watch a recorded sitcom without commercials. Could this be the new Hulu?

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      mau47 March 16, 2017 at 12:05 pm #

      From what I understand the live service is basically the $8 service and live TV in one. I hope they have the ability to do a commercial free option for the on demand content like they currently offer though. I am happy with DTVN with the progress they’ve made the last month or so but since I am a fairly heavy user of Hulu their service at least without knowing all the details is more compelling to me as it would put everything in one app.

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        Rob P. March 16, 2017 at 1:07 pm #

        I can live with the commercials if fast forward is allowed. I currently use PS Vue. I also have DTVN, but I am waiting on the Roku app before I can really evaluate it. With all the trouble they have had, the waiting might be a good thing.