Hulu announced earlier today that its Live TV app will be available to Android TV users starting next month. The Hulu Live TV is already part of the Android 9.0 Pie update that is now rolling out to NVIDIA Shield TV units, but the app is said to be released in waves over the coming weeks.
Anyway, starting early August, Hulu Live TV, and the updated UI will be available across a range of Android TV devices, including Sony’s Android TV, Xiaomi Mi Box, Hisense Android TVs, and, of course, NVIDIA Shield.
In case you watch Hulu on any of these compatible devices, you’ll be able to subscribe to Hulu Live TV and gain access to live and on-demanded programming from more than 60 channels, including news, sports, and entertainment in one place.
For the time being, the Hulu Live TV and the updated UI are compatible with the Android TV device mentioned above, as well as Apple TV (4th gen.), Amazon Fire TV devices, Amazon’s Echo Show, Roku devices, Xbox One, iOS and Android mobile devices, Nintendo Switch, select LG and Samsung TVs, VIZIO SmartCast TVs, Windows 10, Mac and PC browsers, and Chromecast.