Posts Tagged: HULU


Watch The First Full Episode Of Hulu’s Hilarious New Ghost Comedy ‘Deadbeat’

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'Deadbeat' is a surprising hit, and you can see the first episode right here.

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6 Of The Best British Comedies On Hulu You Need To Start Watching

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Hulu is a great resource to seek out some amazing British comedies.


So Chipotle — Yes, That Chipotle — Is Making A Comedy Series For Hulu About Exploding Cows

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Chipotle is producing a comedy series for Hulu titled "Farmed and Dangerous" that will push an anti-factory-farming message by blowing up a crapload of cows.


Hulu’s New ‘Community’ Promos Prove Once And For All Hulu Gets ‘Community’ Better Than Its Own Network

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These new and most excellent Greendale testimonial posters prove once and for all Hulu gets Community and its fans.


The ‘Klown’ TV Show is Coming to America


This clip isn't in English, because it really doesn't have to be.


Yahoo! Is Trying To Buy Hulu

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Fresh off of buying Tumblr for $1.1 billion, Yahoo is trying to buy Hulu.


‘The Thick Of It,’ The Best British Comedy Since ‘The Office,’ Is Headed to Hulu

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Hulu will air all three seasons of the British comedy, plus it will show the fourth season on the same day it airs in the UK.


Kevin Smith Finds Another Excuse to Get Paid for Eating Doritos

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Don't look now, but Hulu (and Hulu Plus) is aiming to become a legitimate force in new and exclusive programming.

Hulu Is About to Make a Huge Mistake

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According to the <a href="">NY Post</a>, Hulu, which attracted 31 million users last month, is in discussions to discontinue their free-for-everyone streaming platform.


You Will Now Need A Cable Subscription To Watch Stuff On Hulu

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Hey remember when Hulu was supposed to be the thing -- or <a href="">one of the things</a> -- that would help liberate us all from cable companies and the ridiculous rates they charge for their services.


One More Reason to Cut the Cord: $200 Cable Bills

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A couple of years ago, I did the math and determined that, if I were to purchase the entire season of every show I watch each year on iTunes, the cost would run me around $1000 per year, and that even includes purchasing shows that are freely available on Hulu, or the various network's websites.


Alison Brie Should Be on the Cover of Every Magazine, and More ‘Community’ News

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This is of interest to me as a “Community” fan: Part one of a three-part animated “Community” web series, called “Abed’s Master Key,” premiered today on Hulu.


Hey Look! Good News! Kinda!

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In news that television experts are calling "good," and "a thinly-disguised excuse to run that image at the top of a post for the millionth time," <a href="|News|LatestNews">Variety is reporting that Hulu and Sony have struck a deal</a> that will bring all three seasons of "Community," as well as next day airing rights, to their subscription service, Hulu Plus.


Nobody Wants to Buy Hulu

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The owners of Hulu were hoping to sell the video site for $2 billion, and there were reports that they had gotten interest from Google, Yahoo, and Dish Network.


Someone's Gonna Pay $1.5B for Hulu

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Hulu -- the most despised video service for my Canadian and British readers -- is up for sale, and the News Corp-owned streaming video site, probably the best place to watch television online (legally, that is), is expected to receive bids of at least $1.

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Is Hulu Hocking Itself?


It's become increasingly clear that Hulu, second banana to Netflix, is having trouble competing, and now rumors are circulating that it wants to sell itself amid problems getting the people who own it, namely the television networks, to provide it with any content.


Detroit Will Pay You To Take A House. The Catch? The House Is In Detroit.


News in the house Detroit Mayor Dave Bing -- who recently <a href="">tweeted</a> that there won't be a RoboCop statue in Detroit, only to see people <a href="">raise the funds</a> for it anyway -- has come up with a better tactic to lure people back to the city.

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