If you love animated sitcoms (or just propane and propane accessories), great news: Hulu is now the exclusive streaming home of the complete set of Emmy-winning series King of the Hill, created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels. The 13-season deal further expands the platform’s agreement with 20th Century Fox Television Distribution.
Additionally, Hulu has locked in the exclusive post-broadcast streaming rights to Emmy-winning comedy toons Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy and American Dad!, as well as all episodes of library series The Cleveland Show and Emmy winner Futurama.
Over the past few years, Hulu has struck multiple licensing agreements to build out its comprehensive collection of top-tier animated comedies on streaming. 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 such as 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 The Orville, The Gifted, The Resident, Empire, The Last Man on Earth.