Hulu’s live TV service will soon include The CW Network. In doing so, all five major broadcast networks in the United States are now part of the streaming service, which launched earlier this year.
According to Hulu, the new agreement with The CW Network, a joint venture between CBS and Warner Bros., will begin soon in select markets.
According to Tim Connolly, Hulu’s senior vice president, Strategic Partnerships & Distribution:
The CW has long attracted younger audiences to live TV, so we are very happy to offer the network through Hulu’s new live service.
Founded in 2006, The CW Network features a number of popular shows, including “Riverdale,” “Supernatural,” “Jane the Virgin,” Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” and more. New fall series “Valor” and “Dynasty” begin soon.
First launched in May, the Hulu live TV service begins at $39.99 per month and competes with YouTube TV, Sling TV, DirecTV Now, and PlayStation Vue. The service is available on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Xbox One, Chromecast, and other platforms.