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Hulu's live TV service is now available on Amazon Fire TV

Fire TV and Fire TV Stick users will also be upgraded to Hulu’s new UI.
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Beginning today, Hulu's Live TV beta service is available on Amazon Fire TV and Amazon Fire TV Stick and those using Hulu through those devices will also be automatically upgraded to the recently redesigned user interface. The redesign and Live TV both launched in May and, at the time, were only available on Apple TV, Xbox One, iOS and Android mobile devices and Chromecast.

With the retooled Hulu user interface, you can create personal profiles and pick your favorite shows and movies. You can also easily add shows you're watching to your favorites list and Hulu will sort your lineup by timeliness and relevance to your interests. Amazon Fire TV and Amazon Fire Stick users will now have access to these new features and be able to subscribe to Live TV, currently in beta, which gets you live and on-demand programming from over 50 channels for $40 per month. Add ons like premium channels, extra cloud DVR storage and unlimited screen access are also available for extra fees.

Hulu says they will continue to bring these features to more devices soon.

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