Hulu Nabs Streaming Rights to King of the Hill
Hulu subscribers who are also fans of Mike Judge and Great Daniels’ King of the Hill rejoice – the streaming service has recently secured the exclusive streaming rights to the Emmy-winning comedy series. The deal covers 13 seasons of the series, further expanding Hulu’s existing agreement with 20th Century Fox TV Distribution.
King of the Hill is not the only high profile title that Hulu has licensed, as they have also locked in exclusive post-broadcast streaming rights to Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, and American Dad!, as well as episodes of The Cleveland Show and Futurama.
This helps further solidify Hulu’s position as one of the leading streaming platforms today, at least for regions that are supported as Hulu’s availability is currently one of its weak points when compared to competitor Netflix, which has already established a strong userbase in SEA.
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