In January, ViacomCBS and Disney announced a extended distribution agreement this would lead to greater availability of cable networks to watch through Hulu. Through Variety, you can now take advantage of this offer.
Provided you have a Hulu + Live TV subscription (standard or “No Ads” version), you can access Comedy Central, BET, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., VH1, CMT, MTV, TV Land and Paramount Network from today. Those with the $ 8 per month entertainment add-on can watch five additional networks – BET Her, MTV2, NickToons, TeenNick, and MTV Classic – for a total of 14 new cable networks across the service. As part of the deal, shows like Freaks and Geeks, Moesha and Sister sister are also available for on-demand viewing.
Despite the additions, the price of a monthly Hulu + Live subscription is not increasing at this time. After a $ 10 increase in December, the basic plan costs $ 65 per month, while the “ad-free” version costs $ 71 every 30 days. ViacomCBS networks are also available on YouTube TV. Naturally, you also watch the company’s content on its own streaming platforms, including the recently rebranded Paramount +.
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