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Hulu said Tuesday that it has expanded its agreement with Viacom.
In a post on Hulu’s company blog, senior vp/head of content Craig Erwich writes that the expanded pact means that several shows, both classic and current, will be added to Hulu. They include kids’ shows, comedy series and reality shows hailing from such networks as Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, MTV, VH1, TVLand, Spike, BET and Logo.
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Starting sometime over the next few weeks, Hulu Kids will add episodes of such classic series as Invader Zim, The Ren & Stimpy Show, Drake & Josh and Hey Arnold!
In addition, full seasons of shows including Key & Peele, Drunk History, Ridiculousness, Tosh.0, Kroll Show and Inside Amy Schumer will be available, as well as reality shows like Catfish, Ink Master, 16 & Pregnant, Teen Mom 2 and Snooki & JWoww.
A few scripted series, including Comedy Central’s Workaholics, MTV’s Faking It and TVLand’s Hot in Cleveland, also will be available for streaming.
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Erwich added that Hulu also is expanding its Latino programming for kids with Spanish-language versions of a handful of shows, including SpongeBob SquarePants and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Hulu also will continue to stream Comedy Central’s The Daily Show With Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report along with MTV’s Awkward and Happyland.
“All episodes will be added to Hulu over the next few weeks, giving you the perfect excuse to continue your fall TV binge,” Erwich wrote.
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