Hulu Live TV is Going Live on Android TV

By Gabriela Vatu / July 31, 2019

Hulu subscribers with an Android TV can finally breathe easy because the live TV platform is getting a dedicated app for the device.

Beginning in August, Hulu Live TV is coming to Android TVs, including the Nvidia Shield TV and Android smart TVs from Sony and Hisense.

Currently, Hulu Live TV was only available on iOS (iPhones and iPads), Android (phones and tablets), FireTV (Fire TV and Fire TV Stick), Apple TVs (4th generation), Roku, Xbox (One and 360), Chromecast, as well as select Samsung TV models.

The company is also promising to improve the experience for all subscribers on Android TV, including the Hulu VoD plans. The app will include multiple profiles and support for My Stuff, replacing the older watchlist that users had until now. Until now, the Android TV app for the classic Hulu video-on-demand service supported a single platform and didn't come with support for the premium networks HBO, Cinemax, and Starz.

The news is particularly great for both Hulu subscribers and Android TV users because they now get more options. The number of subscribers is now likely to grow thanks to this implementation, which is obviously great news.

As for Android TV, they've been getting loads of new apps in the past year, including Amazon Prime Video, as well as NBC Sports, and other NBC channels. Major apps have also been upgraded, such as those from TNT and TBS.

What do you think? Are you happy that Hulu is getting a new Android TV app? Drop us a note in the comments section below the article and share the news online with friends and family. Follow TechNadu on Facebook and Twitter for more tech news, guides, reviews, and interviews.

For a better user experience we recommend using a more modern browser. We support the latest version of the following browsers: For a better user experience we recommend using the latest version of the following browsers: