From "M*A*S*H" to "Glee," FOX has had some massively popular television shows over the years. But when these hit TV shows go off the air, often times you have to purchase an expensive box set to rewatch your favorite classics.
Now that streaming is becoming more popular, you can often find several episodes online. But finding an entire series is rare and even Netflix may not have what you want. A new agreement between Fox and Hulu means that you can now stream a lot of your old favorites.
HULU and 20th Century Fox Television Distribution just struck a massive deal. Over the next few weeks, nearly 3,000 episodes of hit TV shows produced by Fox will be added to Hulu's library. According to the streaming service, every single episode of the following shows will be added:
Hit Comedies: "How I Met Your Mother," "Raising Hope," "The Bernie Mac Show," "Better Off Ted," "Reba," "Life in Pieces"
Long-Running Dramas: "NYPD Blue," "Bones," "Glee," "Burn Notice," "White Collar," "The Practice"
Iconic Series: "M*A*S*H," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," "St. Elsewhere," "Hill Street Blues," "The Bob Newhart Show"
Fan Favorites: "Don’t Trust the B—in Apartment 23," "The Grinder," "Blue Collar," "Saving Grace," "Lie To Me," "Graceland"
Cult Hits: "Dollhouse," "Wilfred," "The Glades"
If you want to watch these shows and others then you'll need a Hulu subscription. The base plan (entire streaming library) is $7.99 per month and includes a free 30-day trial.
If you're ready to cut the cable cord completely then you should get Hulu with Live TV. It includes the base plan, live TV and on-demand channels. It costs $39.99 per month and there's a free 7-day trial.