Hulu is making changes to its live TV channel lineup

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Hulu is making changes to its live TV channel lineup
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If you subscribe to Hulu with Live TV, there are changes to the channel lineup that you’ll want to know about!

Hulu announced in a news release that it’s adding two brand new network add-ons for its live TV streaming service: Español and Entertainment.

With this change, FYI and Lifetime Movies are no longer part of the $39.99/month plan.

Hulu is removing FYI and Lifetime Movies from its base plan 

Instead, those channels and several others make up the Entertainment add-on that costs an extra $7.99 per month. Here’s a list of the channels included:

  • LMN (Lifetime Movie Network)
  • FYI
  • DIY Network
  • Cooking Channel
  • CNBC World

Meanwhile, Hulu’s new Español add-on offers these networks for $4.99 per month: ESPN Deportes, NBC Universo, CNN En Español and History Channel En Español.

Hulu's new network add-ons
Hulu’s new network add-ons

FYI and Lifetime Movies are available in Philo’s $16/month plan and AT&T WatchTV’s $15/month plan.

Team Clark has put together a chart to help you compare Hulu with Live TV’s channel lineup to its competitors like DirecTV Now, Sling TV, YouTube TV, Philo and AT&T WatchTV.

Read more in Clark’s guide to the best live TV streaming plans and deals!

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