Netflix is introducing new video-on-demand service Hulu to help its streaming service compete with Amazon Prime Video.
The new service will launch today and work with a range of devices, including Samsung TVs, Amazon Fire TV boxes, Apple TVs, Chromecast devices and Google Chromecast dongles.
It’s the first major digital video service to launch on the platform, and it’s the latest sign of how Hulu has taken its brand from the old movie theater to the Netflix of the digital age.
Netflix has been a longtime rival to Amazon, which has dominated video streaming.
It has been working on the service for more than a decade and is now the number one streaming service in the U.S. with more than 11 million subscribers.
The service will work on devices that can be plugged into the Hulu app, which is available on iOS and Android devices.
Users will be able to watch a variety of movies and TV shows on Hulu, including popular movies and shows from Hulu, Hulu Plus and Amazon Video.
The service will also include new episodes of popular TV shows, including Arrested Development and The Big Bang Theory.
Hulu will have its own streaming service, which it’s working on right now.
Netflix’s new streaming service is different from the existing Netflix app.
Netflix will only be available to its own subscribers.
Hulu will work with streaming devices from the Samsung TV, Apple TV, Roku and Google Cast devices.
The Hulu service will allow users to stream content from any streaming service that can stream to a TV or Chromecast.
The Hulu subscription service is a one-time purchase for a limited time.
Hudson reported on Monday that the service is on track to launch by the end of March.