A couple of months ago, Netflix shocked viewers by revealing that many of their favorite reality shows would no longer be streaming on the site. House Hunters, Property Brothers, Chopped, Cupcake Wars, and more were all removed from Netflix after their contract ended.
This was devastating news to some, but Hulu has come to the rescue.
Today, at Hulu's Upfront event in New York, the streaming service announced that it would begin streaming many of these shows. In fact, many of them will begin streaming on the site before the end of the month.
Hulu will begin hosting episodes of Fixer Upper, House Hunters, Property Brothers, Chopped, and Cupcake Wars in May. It's unclear whether or not the site will begin airing other series' yet or not.
This is a great beginning for the streaming service's partnership with Food Network and HGTV. With this deal in place, it opens the door for many other popular shows on those networks to begin streaming again.
The popular series Atlanta, on FX, was also revealed to hit Hulu soon. The show was previously unavailable on any other streaming service.
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