MTV has announced plans to give people the ability to watch its beloved animated sitcoms online, with its new subscription service.
The move is part of a concerted push by the network, which is launching a new service, dubbed The Simpsons TV, to stream shows in its library.MTV has partnered with streaming service Hulu to stream the show, The Simpsons, in its entirety.
It will be the first time a series has been streamed on a subscription service in over three decades.
“This is a major milestone for us.
We’ve always wanted to be the destination for those who love and appreciate The Simpsons,” said MTV CEO Steve Burke in a statement.
“We’ve been working closely with Hulu to make this happen, and we’re excited to announce that this new service will enable you to enjoy The Simpsons with friends across the world.”
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“With this new subscription option, we’ll be able to better serve our fans and more accurately track your progress on Hulu.
The Simpsons is an iconic and beloved series that will always be available for streaming.”
To make sure you don’t miss out on the live show, subscribe to the service today on Hulu and you’ll get notifications when it begins streaming.
Read moreThe Simpsons TV will launch in select markets in the US and UK in the coming months.
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