Posted Tue Oct 28, 2014 at 05:00 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The streaming service is expanding its selection of Viacom programming.
Hulu and Viacom have announced an extension of their content agreement, brining many past seasons of current and classic shows to the streaming platform. Likewise, new episodes of popular series like 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart' and 'The Colbert Report' will continue to be available.
The new deal covers shows from Viacom channels like Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, MTV, VH1, TVLand, Spike, BET and Logo. Series will include classic kids titles like 'Invader Zim,' 'The Ren & Stimpy Show,' 'Drake & Josh,' and 'Hey Arnold!.' Likewise, more recent comedy series such as 'Key & Peele,' 'Drunk History,' 'Ridiculousness,' 'Tosh.0,' 'Kroll Show,' 'Inside Amy Schumer,' 'Workaholics,' 'Faking It,' and 'Hot in Cleveland' will also be available to stream. Finally, the agreement offers a wide collection of reality shows as well, including 'Catfish,' 'Ink Master,' '16 & Pregnant,' 'Teen Mom 2,' 'Snooki & JWoww,' 'The Hills,' 'The Jersey Shore,' 'Basketball Wives,' 'Love & Hip Hop,' and 'Mob Wives.'
The influx of Viacom episodes will start to crop up on Hulu throughout the coming weeks. A Hulu Plus subsrciption costs $7.99 per month and is available on a variety of smart TV platforms and media players, including the Amazon Fire TV, Roku 3, Apple TV and Chromecast.
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