Heads up, cord cutters: Hulu just lined up some sweet content for its upcoming TV streaming service.
Hulu inked deals with 21st Century Fox and The Walt Disney Company to add sports, entertainment, family, and news channels to the live TV streaming service it plans to launch early next year. That includes Fox, ABC, Fox Sports, BTN, ESPN, Fox Regional Sports Networks across dozens of national markets, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Fox News and Fox Business, FX, National Geographic, and Nat Geo Wild.
"With these two new deals in place, and additional partners to come, Hulu will soon give TV fans of all ages live and on-demand access to their favorite programs in a whole new, more flexible, highly personalized way," Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins said in a statement.
The news comes after Hulu earlier this year announced a deal with Time Warner for live and on-demand streaming of networks like TNT, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, truTV, Boomerang, and Turner Classic Movies.
The company promises "no set-up costs or installation [and] an easy-to-use, intuitive and personalized interface.
There's still no word on pricing beyond Hulu's promise that it will be "affordable." The Wall Street Journal earlier this year reported that it will cost $40 per month, or twice as much as Dish's Sling TV service, but we'll just have to wait and see.
This article originally appeared on PCMag.com.