Hulu is Getting 100 Hours of Vice Content




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Hulu has purchased a big package from Vice TV that will bring over 100 hours of shows to the streaming service. This is the first deal to come out of the media brand’s new arm labeled Vice Distribution.

The deal will bring Hulu subscribers over 100 hours of Vice content, including wrestling docu-series Dark Side of the Ring, F*ck That’s Delicious, Bong Appetit, Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia and Weediquette.

“I am delighted that this new deal continues our successful and long standing partnership with Hulu, home to some of the best content in the U.S. and around the world, which will see a collection of compelling, unique and provocative programming from Vice TV reach millions of subscribers,” said Bea Hegedus, SVP, Global Head of Distribution at Vice Studios.

This marks the first deal to come from Vice Distribution since Vice TV launched on Hulu earlier this July.

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