Disney is reportedly looking to take WarnerMedia's 10 percent stake in Hulu off AT&T's hands. According to Variety, the media giant is in active discussions with AT&T in an effort to get even more control of the streaming platform. Disney currently holds a 30 percent stake in the company and will gain another 30 percent in ownership after its Fox acquisition is finalized. If it succeeds in convincing the mobile carrier to sell its minority stake, Disney will own 70 percent of Hulu and will primarily use the service to host content for the adult audience. Its family-friendly programming is reserved for Disney+.