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Hulu Live TV Adds The Weather Channel And Comedy.TV

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Hulu Live TV has now added The Weather Channel to its lineup at no additional cost. Hulu Live TV can be a great option for streaming live TV over the internet, providing it has the channels that a subscriber wants access to. Up until recently, The Weather Channel was a prime example of an important channel that was missing from the Hulu Live TV lineup.

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In spite of the obvious benefits of having access to The Weather Channel, it is one of those channels that wasn’t available though all of the main live TV streaming services. In addition to Hulu Live TV, Philo and Sling TV also don’t offer access to the channel. Previously, this would have meant homes needed to consider signing up to either Frndly TV, DirecTV Stream, fuboTV, or YouTube TV for access to a package that includes The Weather Channel.

While Hulu hasn’t officially announced the change to its channel lineup just yet, The Weather Channel is now listed as an included channel on the Hulu Live TV website. This wasn’t the case on November 1st, suggesting the channel was added within the last 24 hours. Regardless of when it was added, existing Hulu Live TV subscribers should now see that The Weather Channel is listed in their live TV guide and ready to watch.

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In addition to The Weather Channel, Hulu also appears to have added the Comedy.TV channel as well. Once again, there has been no official announcement yet, but the channel is listed as available and should be visible in the live TV guide.

For those new to Hulu Live TV and now considering signing up, a standard subscription currently costs $69.99 per month. For this price, subscribers get access to more than 75 channels including The Weather Channel and Comedy.TV. In addition, subscribers also get access to Disney Plus, ESPN Plus, and the basic Hulu on-demand catalog. However, there is no free trial available with Hulu Live TV, so new users will need to pay the first full monthly amount when signing up.

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John Finn

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