Hulu Gains 3,000 New TV Episodes Through 20th Century Fox Deal
Jul 19, 2017 3:43 pm PDT by Juli Clover
Hulu today announced a new distribution deal with 20th Century Fox, which will see almost 3,000 new episodes of popular Fox dramas and comedies added to Hulu's streaming service.


Hulu has obtained streaming rights to every episode of long-running hits like How I Met Your Mother, Burn Notice, Bones, and Glee, along with all 11 seasons of M*A*S*H and the complete NYPD Blue library. A list of some of the shows coming is below:
Hit Comedies: How I Met Your Mother, Raising Hope, The Bernie Mac Show, Better Off Ted, Reba, Life in Pieces

Long-Running Dramas: NYPD Blue, Bones, Glee, Burn Notice, White Collar, The Practice

Iconic Series: M*A*S*H, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, St. Elsewhere, Hill Street Blues, The Bob Newhart Show

Fan Favorites: Don't Trust the B--in Apartment 23, The Grinder, Blue Collar, Saving Grace, Lie To Me, Graceland

Cult Hits: Dollhouse, Wilfred, The Glades
The deal between Hulu and 20th Century Fox is an expansion of an agreement that has seen Hulu gain shows like Bob's Burgers, American Dad, Futurama, The Cleveland Show, This Is Us, Emptire, Homeland, and more.

According to Hulu, the new titles will be added to the service ofer the course of the coming weeks.

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8 months ago
Programming aside. I still can’t get over the ugly UI that Hulu has now.
Rating: 7 Votes
8 months ago
Still a trojan horse from legacy TV industry to keep us from moving to truly disruptive options.
Rating: 3 Votes
8 months ago

Programming aside. I still can’t get over the ugly UI that Hulu has now.


The new UI is the epitome of form over function. They tried so hard to go to the minimal modern cliche look that it makes using it a chore.

Happy to see new content. Cut cable with the new Apple TV and haven't looked back to cable since.
Rating: 2 Votes
8 months ago

I'm one of those that like the original content. Can't wait for Stranger Things! Also, OITNB, House of Cards, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt are all shows I like. I've also heard Penny Dreadful is good, but I've yet to watch it.

Same. Also HBO Go/Now added to one of those for GoT and WestWorld :)


Netfiix is #2 in Emmy nominations in 2017, right behind HBO.
Rating: 2 Votes
8 months ago

So I wonder if they're leaving Netflix?

Shows come and go all the time.

I wish everything was everywhere. I have Netflix... but I'd need Hulu to watch South Park and Seinfeld.

The feud has been ongoing, and for the last few months, there's been no new Fox content added. So until it's resolved, it's not subject to the normal ebb and flow. Fox is just letting all agreements run their course and then pulling their content once they expire.
Rating: 1 Votes
8 months ago
Yet no Simpsons. That’s still the white whale of streaming.
Rating: 1 Votes
8 months ago
If the full King of the Hill series is on this, then they will have secured a new subscriber. King of the Hill doesn't stream anywhere that I know of now.
Rating: 1 Votes
8 months ago
Nice! Hulu is pretty great! :)
Rating: 1 Votes
8 months ago

There's getting to be less and less reason to keep Netflix, at least in my household. Hulu seems to be picking up all the third-party content that Netflix is choosing not to renew.

Some people do seem to like Netflix's original content... but none of us are in that category. I'll always have fond memories of the old Netflix, though - they were the first.

I'm one of those that like the original content. Can't wait for Stranger Things! Also, OITNB, House of Cards, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt are all shows I like. I've also heard Penny Dreadful is good, but I've yet to watch it.

I was just talking to my wife about how we have Netflix,Hulu,Amazon Prime, and Direct Tv, and how I was looking at all the Queues and I probably have enough content to watch tv 24/7 for the next several years. have no clue when I'm gonna watch it all.


Same. Also HBO Go/Now added to one of those for GoT and WestWorld :)
Rating: 1 Votes
8 months ago

Those all appear to be shows already on Netflix last I looked-- nice to see them becoming more competitive.


So I wonder if they're leaving Netflix?

Shows come and go all the time.

I wish everything was everywhere. I have Netflix... but I'd need Hulu to watch South Park and Seinfeld.
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