For that price, you’ll get DVR functionality, channels such as CBS, and more perks to rival other streaming services.
Hulu has teamed up with CBS to bring some of the network’s live shows to the streaming service, offering cord cutters a compelling new option.
The deal means that Hulu will carry the CBS Sports Network (including NFL on CBS), CBS primetime shows, and Pop, a pop culture cable channel. Hulu, in turn, will reportedly pay CBS $3 to $4 per subscriber.
Unfortunately for viewers, Hulu will only get a few recent episodes of CBS primetime shows. To catch up on the entire current season of The Big Bang Theory or NCIS, you’ll still need CBS All Access (from $5.99 a month), the network’s own streaming service.
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The deal comes on the heels of Hulu’s agreements with 21st Century Fox, Disney, and Turner, adding dozens of channels to its launch-day lineup.