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Hulu has doubled the amount of content it is licensing from Viacom, with an expanded pact giving the Internet TV service exclusive subscription VOD rights to all past and future seasons of Comedy Central’s “Inside Amy Schumer” and “Key and Peele,” along with other shows.
Other titles exclusively on Hulu under the multiyear agreement include: Comedy Central’s “Broad City” and “Drunk History”; MTV’s “Faking It” and “Finding Carter”; and Nickelodeon’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” “Rabbids Invasion” and “Sanjay and Craig.”
Since Hulu inked its first significant deal with Viacom in 2011, “our relationship has only grown,” said Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins. “Today, we are not only extending our deal, but we are adding more premium content than ever from their popular family of networks.”
The new Viacom series will be available only to Hulu subscribers, either on the $7.99 monthly plan with ads or the $11.99-per-month ad-free option »
- Todd Spangler
“OddParents,” which chronicles the animated adventures of 10-year-old Timmy and the fairy godparents who grant him wishes, is the network’s third-longest running animated series. Only “SpongeBob SquarePants” and “Dora the Explorer” have been on the network longer.
The 13 half-hour episode order will introduce a new character to the series. Chloe Carmichael, billed as a “funny and overachieving little girl,” will get to share access to the fairies and also get to make wishes.
- Brian Steinberg
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