The announcement of the Hulu app was apparently placed at the end of the press release, according to GameSpot. Both the Wii and the Wii U had video streaming support for streaming services like Netflix, so its absence on the Switch was somewhat disappointing. Nintendo has stated on multiple occasions since the launch of the Switch in March that streaming services would eventually come to the new console, but no detailed plans were ever discussed. The core service costs $8 United States dollars a month, while the Hulu with Live TV plan costs $40 USD a month.
Out of the top three platforms in the US - Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu - the last of the three has always been considered an underdog.
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Well, apparently that changes this week, as Nintendo has revealed Hulu is coming to the Switch.
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After months of waiting, it appears that the Nintendo Switch is getting its very first video streaming app today.
Good news, Nintendo Switch owners: you can now stream Hulu. The only indication that it's coming are the mention of the app in the email to press and a now blank page on Nintendo's website. Although the company's largest audience is older Millennials (25-34), the streaming service pulls a higher percentage of young millennial subscribers (18-24) than Netflix and Amazon, and its current strategy seems to be focused on continuing to attract this growing demographic.
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