Up until now, Hulu has limited free videos to its desktop website, but this won't be the case for much longer. Thanks to Pluto TV, a startup that offers an internet television service at no cost, Hulu's taking its ad-supported streaming content to more platforms. According to Variety, Pluto TV landed a deal that gives it access to everything available on Hulu's site, including shows from ABC, NBC, FOX and other TV networks, as well as movies. Most importantly, the partnership is a big win for Hulu too, since it will be able to deliver its free, ad-powered programming through Pluto TV's apps -- which are available on iOS, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Fire TV and some Samsung Smart TVs. There's no specific timeline on when Pluto TV plans to roll this out, but it is expected to happen "soon."