Hulu adds PBS stations to its live TV channel lineup | Engadget

Hulu is your live TV subscription service. This includes a wide variety of local PBS affiliates and PBS Kids offerings, giving viewers the opportunity to see things like Antique roadshow, frontline, masterpiece and a bunch of Ken Burns documentaries.

This is live TV, so you’ll be tied to your local affiliate and have to (gasp) sit down and watch something at your appointed time. However, some titles are available on demand and Hulu+ Live TV offers cloud storage DVR recording options. PBS Kids is also part of this deal, so you can park the little ones in front of the screen to watch Curious George, Arthur, Clifford the big red dog and other anthropomorphic animals. Sesame Street airs on PBS Kids, but only after hbo go hbo max max

Beyond PBS, Hulu+ Live TV is adding the Magnolia Network, a destination for thousands of hours of home improvement and cooking shows like upper fixator and Family restaurant. In addition, many shows will be available to view on demand, such as Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines, Maine Cabin Masters, Silo Bake Competition and many more.

PBS is coming to the service “in the next few months,” but the Magnolia Network appears on May 25. Hulu+ Live TV subscriptions start at $65 each month for an ad-based tier, increasing up to $80 per month for an ad-free experience with plenty of cloud storage and access to premium channels like ESPN.

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