The adventures of Bobby and Hank will live on at Hulu, attracting even more viewers to the great uses of propane. The video-streaming service announced this week that, starting today, viewers can find every episode of “King of the Hill” exclusively on the platform. In a deal that further expands its licensing agreement with 20th Century Fox Television Distribution and cements Hulu as the leading destination for premium animated series, Hulu has added all 13 seasons of the Emmy-winning series “King of The Hill” exclusively to its service.
That’s not the only FOX animated series brought in with the deal. In addition, the company has locked in the exclusive post-broadcast streaming rights to Emmy-winning comedies “Bob’s Burgers” and “Family Guy,” as well as “American Dad!,” and all episodes of library series “The Cleveland Show” and Emmy-winning “Futurama”. The boost in animated episodes should be welcomed by the fans of the genre, who can now spend the winter months binging through hours and hours of comedy.
Over the past few years, Hulu has struck multiple licensing agreements to build out the best and most comprehensive collection of animated comedies available through a streaming service. Hulu offers thousands of episodes of premium animated content and is now the exclusive subscription streaming home to the largest offering of animated programming from 20th Century Fox Television, as well as hits from other content partners including South Park, Rick and Morty, Robot Chicken, Adventure Time and more.
Hulu is also the exclusive post-broadcast streaming home to a full suite of programming from Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution series, including drama series The Orville, The Gifted, The Resident, as well as hits Empire, The Last Man on Earth, and more. If it’s on FOX, you can almost always find it on Hulu after the broadcast.
Having another place to watch “Futurama” is never a bad thing, and now you can dive into the animated-series that you may have missed over the years.