Posted Thu Aug 11, 2016 at 11:30 AM PDT by Steven Cohen
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog returns for another election special on Hulu.
Hulu has released its latest political satire special starring Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog. 'Triumph's Summer Election Special 2016' features the infamous puppet dog (voiced by comedian Robert Smigel) as he attends the recent Republican and Democratic national conventions.
In his newest election special, Triumph reports from both political conventions, covering the candidates, photobombing news anchors, harassing and pranking delegates, and making sure Roger Ailes and Debbie Wasserman Schultz find their way back in.
Check out the official trailer below!
'Triumph's Summer Election Special 2016' is now streaming exclusively through Hulu. The special joins the previously released 'Triumph The Primary Election Special 2016,' which premiered on February 8. In that program, Triumph reports from the primary states, chases down Ted Cruz and other candidates, attends town halls, debates and Trump rallies. All this plus a spirited roundtable discussion including Alan Dershowitz and Sanjaya.
In addition to the Triumph Election Specials, Hulu also recently released a trailer for its upcoming show, 'Chance,' starring Hugh Laurie and Gretchen Mol. Likewise, the company announced plans to end its free streaming option while shifting free content to the newly launched Yahoo View ad-supported streaming service. Yahoo View is now available in the US through desktop web browsers. Mobile web and mobile app support will launch soon.
A current Hulu subscription starts at $8 per month with commercials. In addition, ad-free playback is available for $12 per month. A Hulu live streaming platform is also planned to launch in early 2017 with content expected from Turner Networks, Fox, ABC, ESPN, FX, and the Disney Channel.
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