Hulu on Switch Is Missing One Big Thing

Hulu on Switch Is Missing One Big Thing

When the Nintendo Switch was first released, many questioned why the console wasn't accompanied by some sort of media streaming app, due to its portable nature.

The Nintendo Switch always seemed like the flawless console to pull double duty as a portable video player, but so far there's been a conspicuous lack of any streaming service. As with any other location for the service, you can download the app for free from the Switch eShop, and then sign in to use your paid subscription or sign up for a new one if you don't yet have one. Switch owners won't just have access to their saved TV shows and on-demand programming, but the streaming service will also bring its live TV component to the console.

Hulu was first in the race to making it to the console, with Netflix still missing in action.

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Fils-Aime reiterated those thoughts to Kotaku last month, stating that video streaming services are going to come would come to Switch "in due time".

However, the times they are a changin'.

In case you're not a Hulu subscriber and don't follow the ins and outs of the service's offerings, you should know that Hulu is now positioning themselves as the primary beneficiary of Netflix's recent content losses.

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