Hulu’s live TV service is finally getting Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, MTV, respectively and other ViacomCBS channels today
Hulu’s live TV service is finally getting nine fresh ViacomCBS channels — Comedy Central, BET, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., VH1, CMT, MTV, TV Land, and Paramount Network — within its routine $64.99 each month price.
In case this sounds familiar, it is because Hulu first announced why these channels are arriving into some service on January 4th, nearly four months past. However, regardless of the very long gap, the brand new channels have been finally debuting for readers today. Clients who cover for Hulu’s live TV service may even obtain on demand accessibility to other ViacomCBS library names ( such as Freaks and Geeks, Moesha, respectively and Sister, Sister, starting today.
Other ViacomCBS channels — BETher, MTV2, NickToons, TeenNick, respectively and MTV Classic — are also readily available for Hulu’s live TV clients starting today, but just during Hulu’s $7.99 a month Entertainment package, which also comprises channels such as CNBC World, the Cooking Channel, and Discovery Family.
Hulu isn’t declaring any price climbs to decide on the newest channels now: that the basic live TV service will cost $64.99 a month (that your organization has billed the service since its $10 rate increase last November.) That price also puts Hulu’s live TV service in the exact same starting place as Google’s YouTube TV.
Nevertheless, there is a strong probability that Hulu could raise prices as time goes by to help pay the brand new ViacomCBS channels, very similar to YouTube TV (that increased its price by $50 a month to $65 monthly past summer after it included ViacomCBS’ line up.)
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