During its Investor Day event in December, Disney shared plans for making ESPN+ content available within the Hulu app. Today, during an annual shareholder meeting, Disney CEO Bob Chapek confirmed that the update will go into effect tomorrow, March 10.
With the update, those who are subscribed to both Hulu and ESPN+ will be able to find their ESPN+ content on Hulu in its own section. Those who aren’t already subscribed to ESPN+ will be able to subscribe through Hulu. Users will also be able to purchase UFC pay per view events within the Hulu app.
With ESPN+, subscribers can watch UFC events, purchase PPV UFC events, and stay up to date on sports from NBA, MLB, and NHL to college sports to esports, and more. ESPN+ also has a lineup of original programming “30 for 30,” “Peyton’s Places,” and “Nine for IX.”
An ESPN+ subscription costs $5.99/month or $59.99/year. You can also sign up for the Disney Bundle which includes Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ for $12.99/month.
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