Earlier this year, Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that Hulu content would be available on Disney+ in the United States later this year and that a Beta launch would happen in December, before a full rollout in March.
And today, we’re getting reports from Disney Streaming Bundle subscribers in our Facebook Group that a Hulu hub is now appearing on Disney+, with a new Hulu hub with the word “BETA” on it.
It’s important to note, that not every Disney+ subscriber in the US with a Hulu subscription seems to be getting the hub, as we’ve got lots of reports, this isn’t showing up for everyone, so this might just be slowly being rolled out, so don’t worry if you don’t have it yet.
To get the Hulu content, you have to be subscribed to both Hulu and Disney+, such as through the Disney Streaming Bundle. Only a small selection of content from Hulu is available on Disney+, as not everything licensed to Hulu can be added to Disney+ yet. Also, content from any premium add-on, such as Starz or Max is also not available through Disney+.
Some of the Hulu content available on Disney+ includes:
Only Murders In The Building
Crazy Rich Asians
We Live Here
American Horror Stories
There are also other hubs within the Hulu hub for brands like A+E, FX, etc.
Internationally, the majority of Hulu content is already available on Disney+ through the Star hub, so this doesn’t impact viewers outside of the United States.
Unlike the international version of Disney+, it looks like the Hulu content is still being separated from the Disney+ home screen, which is likely part of the “Beta” rollout, to help get users used to the idea that Hulu content will be available within Disney+.
Expect more details on Hulu on Disney+ to be revealed later today as this story develops.
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Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom.