Following Netflix’s success in the recent years, competitions in the streaming market is likely to grow further in the coming years as an increasing number of companies are set to bring their own streaming networks. While FX had a number of great shows over the years, the network didn’t really have a streaming partner that it can call home. However, the studio has revealed that it will be streaming its contents exclusive through Hulu starting from next year.
Recently FX Networks chairman John Landgraf confirmed that FX will start streaming its contents through Hulu from March of next year. Thanks to the recent announcement, Hulu will get more than 40 shows that go back 17 years including current series. As a result of these additions, Hulu expects to compete with other competitors with engaging contents.
Hulu’s ambitions aren’t particularly surprising considering the company has a number of great projects already in works. As of now, Hulu will be bringing one limited series Devs as one of the first projects from FX. The show features story of a software engineer who begins her investigation after her boyfriend commits suicide.
Apart from this, the network will see another limited series with Mrs. America which will show a number of stars appearing to reprise their roles. The series will follow the movement regarding equal rights back in 1970s.
Although the exact date of the launch is unknown, expect more details to come out over next couple of months as we move closer to the March release date.