Starting early this month owners of an Android TV-compatible television and set-top box, like Sony’s Android TVs, NVIDIA SHIELD, Xiaomi Mi Box, and Hisense Android TVs can access Hulu’s streaming and live programming. Additionally, Hulu is bringing its new user interface to Android TV with the update. Back in March, Hulu with Live TV was reported as having nearly 2 million subscribers, putting it well ahead of YouTube and PlayStation Vue.
The Hulu press release stated
“Today, we’re excited to share that Android TV users will now be able to access Hulu + Live TV and Hulu’s updated UI through your Android TV device.
Starting in early August, Hulu + Live TV and our updated UI will be available across a variety of Android TV devices, including Sony’s Android TVs, NVIDIA SHIELD, Xiaomi Mi Box, and Hisense Android TVs.
If you watch Hulu on any of these devices, you’ll now be able to subscribe to Hulu + Live TV and gain access to live and on-demand programming from 60+ top channels, getting all your news, sports, and entertainment in one place.
To access Hulu + Live TV and the updated UI, visit the Google Play store and download the latest Hulu App now.
Hulu + Live TV and the updated UI are also currently supported on Apple TV (4th gen.), Amazon Fire TV devices, Amazon’s Echo Show, Roku devices, Xbox One, iOS and Android mobile devices, Nintendo Switch, select LG and Samsung TVs, VIZIO SmartCast TVs, Windows 10, Mac and PC browsers, and Chromecast.”