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Nintendo Teams Up With Hulu Plus

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Wii owners can now subscribe to Hulu Plus for $7.99 a month and instantly stream current-season hit TV shows, as well as full back seasons of hit shows.

Pete Distad (VP, Marketing and Distribution, Hulu): We want to be everywhere, on every screen where people want to watch their favorite shows and discover new ones on their own schedule.

Users who have a broadband Internet connection can visit the Wii Shop Channel to download the Hulu Plus application at no extra charge. The application will allow users to navigate using the Wii Remote controller and search for their favorite TV shows, movies, clips and more.

Hulu Plus is also coming to the Nintendo 3DS system later this year.

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