Hulu’s Turn To Get Into The Original Content Business


[Techtaffy Newsdesk]
Online TV service Hulu is expanding its content with a series of original programming exclusively for Hulu users. The line-up kicks off on February 14 with the launch of Hulu’s first original scripted series  Battleground,  executive produced by JD Walsh, Hagai Shaham and Marc Webb.  Richard Linklater’s first episodic documentary series, Up to Speed will premiere in summer, and  on the heels of its debut as Hulu’s first original series, Morgan Spurlock’s A Day in the Life will premiere its second season in March.

The shows will be available to all Hulu registered users, including those who do not have a paid subscription.

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