In January, Hulu announced a new user interface would be rolling out in the spring. This week, part of that update has started to roll out.
This new user interface will bring a traditional grid guide to streaming players like Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV. This grid guide will let you go 14 days into the future to pick a show to record or to see what is coming out.
The new guide is not live, but one of the other updates is. If you use Hulu.com, you will notice a slightly changed user interface that includes collections. These collections will recommend shows and movies based on your viewing habits. The more you watch the better the recommendations will become.
Right now, this update is available on Hulu.com and will be coming to streaming players soon.
One other change coming is how content is displayed. As you scroll around the home page it only shows one TV show or movie at a time. Hulu, with this newly updated app, will add the ability to see a grid of shows on the screen at once. Instead of seeing one show, you will see a handful of shows as you scroll through the guide.
No date has been set for when these other features will hit, but look for them this spring.
Here are some screenshots of what the new Hulu user interface will look like:
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