If you primarily subscribe to Hulu for access to anime and adult animation, Hulu has now launched a new hub that’s designed specifically for you.
In general, Hulu offers access to a wide variety of content. While network TV shows are likely to be one of the main reasons a user stays subscribed, the streaming service has also found success with its animated lineup.
By the looks of it, Hulu now wants to build on that success through the launch of its new Animayhem hub. This new “animation destination” brings together all the adult animation and anime available to stream on Hulu, and without any of the other content.
Hulu has also split these two categories into their own sections as well, so you really can dive into the content you want to watch while ignoring pretty much everything else.
If you’re more into American Dad!, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, Futurama, King of the Hill, and Rick and Morty, this is the hub for you. Alternatively, if you are more interested in Attack on Titan, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Dragon Ball Super, My Hero Academia, Naruto Shippuden, and SPY x FAMILY, then this is the hub for you.
In an interview with Variety, who first reported on the new hub and sub-brand, Barrie Gruner, Hulu’s executive vice president of marketing and publicity explained that, “When you have the number one offering in adult animation and anime of any major streaming service, creating this destination is obvious. We know exactly where we can meet these fans, because they’re already here.”
Hulu has also since released a promotional video to further showcase the type of content that’s now available to stream via its Animayhem hub.
For fans of Futurama, specifically, you should be aware that a new season of the show will be available to stream on Hulu later in July. Also, if you happen to be attending SDCC later this month, keep an eye out for the new Hulu Animayhem: Enter the 2nd Dimension immersive fan experience.