Rather than wait until we’ve finalized our new Web experience, we’re opening up a basic version to Hulu’s live TV plan subscribers so they can stream live TV via their browsers. That means, you can catch the big game, this morning’s news or the premiere of “This is Us” wherever you are.
Hulu says this is a very early version of its experience on the Web and it is expected to evolve over the next few months. Currently, you can browse and watch Live TV from 50+ channels, see what's on next on individual networks, and search for and watch everything available on Hulu including on-demand content and premium add-ons like HBO, Cinemax, and Showtime.
Just in time for football season, you can even launch multiple streams on your computer. Catch every live game from ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN U, SEC Network, Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, CBS Sports Network, Big Ten Network or your local ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC channels in select markets.
If you are a live TV subscriber, you can learn more about how to get started at the link below. Playback is available without a plugin or extension on Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Microsoft’s Edge browser, and Internet Explorer 11 on select operating systems.