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Hulu is finally bringing its Live TV beta service, along with a redesigned personalized user interface, to select Roku devices.

So far the supported Roku models include the Roku Streaming Stick, Roku Express, Premiere, and Ultra models, Roku 3, Roku 4, as well as all Roku TV models.

Last week Hulu announced it was rolling out a new UI to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. In August the company brought its Live TV experience to customers’ laptops and PCs via a new web browser interface. The new Hulu web experience is available without a plugin or extension on Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Microsoft’s Edge browser, and Internet Explorer 11 on select operating systems.

“To date, we’ve offered Hulu with Live TV on multiple living room and mobile devices, but we know many of you have asked to access our service on your laptops and computers as well,” Ben Smith, head of experience at Hulu, says in a product update. “So rather than wait until we’ve finalized our new web experience, we’re opening up a basic version to Hulu’s live TV plan subscribers so they can stream live TV via their browsers.”

Hulu Live includes live sports, news, events, and shows from more than 50 channels, including ESPN, CNN, and Fox Sports.

 

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