This week Hulu quietly added all 331 episodes and 15 seasons of the classic TV drama ER.
ER was must-see TV on NBC from 1994 to 2009, airing Thursdays for the entirety of its run. It amassed a record-setting 124 Emmy nominations, winning 23 Emmys including one for Outstanding Drama Series. ER continues to hold the record for longest-running medical drama in TV history.
You’re going to want to call in sick. For the first time streaming anywhere, every episode of ER is now streaming, only on Hulu. pic.twitter.com/DsLOZ4U0Qb
— hulu (@hulu) January 14, 2018
This is not the only deal Hulu has made recently. Last summer, Hulu and Twentieth Century Fox agreed to expand their streaming video-on-demand libraries adding the complete libraries of top animated hits from the studio to Hulu. Starting today, Hulu is the exclusive subscription video-on-demand home to the full run of the Emmy-winning comedy Bob’s Burgers and home to all seasons of The Cleveland Show. The deal will also bring hit shows including the complete library of Futurama and all past seasons of American Dad! to Hulu in the coming weeks according to a statement Hulu sent Cord Cutters News.
This would explain why these shows have been leaving Netflix over the last few months. It also marks one more exclusive Hulu has taken away from Netflix.
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