Hulu’s live TV service is here for $39.99 per month!

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It’s official!

As of May 3, Hulu TV is now available to the public for a beta test at a cost of $39.99 a month.

You can sign up for your free trial right now at Hulu.com/Live-TV.

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This is what you get with Hulu live TV…

The live TV streaming market is already a crowded space. The latest entrant into the field is now Hulu TV.

Here’s what you need to know about the service

  • The $39.99 per month price point includes your traditional $8 per month Hulu subscription
  • Works on Apple TV (4th Gen.), Xbox One, iOS and Android mobile devices, as well as Chromecast
  • Support for Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Sticks and Samsung Smart TVs is coming soon
  • A commercial-free on-demand tier is available for $4 more per month
  • You get 50 hours of cloud DVR space with the basic package
  • You can get 200 hours of DVR storage for an extra $14.99 per month
  • Six individual profiles allowed
  • Two simultaneous streams per account
  • Want unlimited streams? It will cost you an additional $14.99 per month
  • You can have both the unlimited streams and the 200 hours of DVR storage for $19.99 extra per month

Here’s your channel lineup

This is a partial list of some of the more popular channels being offered. Click here to see exactly which channels you would get.

Broadcast channels

  • CBS
  • ABC
  • Fox
  • NBC

Cable channels

  • ESPN
  • CBS Sports
  • Fox Sports
  • NBC Sports
  • TNT
  • CNN
  • CNBC
  • Fox News
  • Fox Business
  • MSNBC
  • Bravo
  • E!
  • Food Network
  • HGTV
  • Travel Channel
  • A&E
  • Cartoon Network/Adult Swim
  • Disney Channel
  • Freeform
  • FX
  • History
  • Lifetime
  • National Geographic
  • TBS
  • USA Network
  • Viceland

Showtime is available for an extra $8.99 per month.

Remember, you can try this service out right now for free by signing up for the beta test at Hulu.com/Live-TV.

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