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PS3 Hulu Viewers Rejoice: Disney (ABC) Inks Deal to Bring More Shows to your PS3 Browser

DeAno Jackson at PSLS writes: "Great news for those you watch Hulu on their PS3s! Hulu announced that Disney is joining NBC Universal as and equity owner in Hulu, meaning that great shows like Lost, Scrubs, Desparate Housewives, General Hospital (sorry; my Mom would shoot me if I failed to mention this one), and many other shows from ABC, ABC Family, the Disney Channel, and SOAPnet will be available to watch, for free, via your PS3s handy web browser!

Read all about it in the press release below."

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ShinMaster2643d ago

Cool.
The more the better. That's all I gotta say.

Rockstar2643d ago

Now all I have to do is move out of Canada to watch it.

Or use hotspot shield which seriously affects my speed.

Jamegohanssj52643d ago

Nicely done, but I wish Disney(Disney)would bring Zack and Cody to Hulu. I need to get me some ridiculous laughing going on in this house.

TGSI

StalkingSilence2643d ago

not a fan of that particular show, but i do agree there should be more actual DISNEY programming and not just ABC Network shows. It'd be amazing if they put some full-length Disney classics up there, but they make too much money by re-releasing those from their "vault"

-EvoAnubis-2643d ago

I was excited as hell to see this press release; I love Hulu. 40% of my weekly time using my PS3 is watching TV via Hulu. I wish Sony would so an cross-promotional agreement with them with both their television division and their gaming division: put Sony's shows on Hulu and put Hulu on the XMB of the PlayStation 3. Everyone wins!

Raoh2643d ago

I use Playon software to watch HULU on my PS3 and 360. And love it, now i love it even more with this news.

i think i'm going to cut off my cable tv this summer since i download movies and stream from hulu and netflix mostly. i only watch the news and i can watch that over the air with my hdtv's...

-EvoAnubis-2643d ago

I plan on doing the same thing, actually. I don't use my cable television; I'm not even sure where exactly I put the cable box. I just use the net.