It's about damn time...

that Disney manned up and joined the Hulu phenomenon. What does this mean for all you lucky post-air television consumers?

  • Full-length episodes of ABC primetime programs like Lost, Grey’s Anatomy, Desperate Housewives, Ugly Betty, Samantha Who?, Scrubs, Private Practice and popular late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live
  • Full-length episodes of hit ABC Family series like The Secret Life of the American Teenager and Greek
  • Popular series from ABC Daytime and SOAPnet like General Hospital and The View
  • Classic series from ABC’s library like Hope and Faith, Less Than Perfect, Commander in Chief, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire andDancing with the Stars
  • Select hit programs from Disney Channel like Wizards of Waverly Place and Phineas and Ferb which can be easily accessed from a new DISNEY location in the Channel section of Hulu.com
  • Popular library titles from The Walt Disney Studios
  • Short-form content including webisodes, sneak peeks and episode recaps from ABC Entertainment, ABC Family and SOAPnet

  • Yesss! Finally! I was wondering what the hell Disney's problem was.

    (Courtesy of /film)


    Anonymous said...

    Disney's biggest shareholder is none other than a Mr. Steve Jobs, thanks to the Pixar acquisition a couple years back. I imagine with his investment in a la carte downloads of television shows in the iTunes store, Jobs would be hesitant to allow for ad supported, streaming availability of "his" content. A theory...

    blake said...

    I'll believe it when I can watch Aladdin 2: Return of Jafar.

    do you have a flag? said...

    Mark, shut up! I wasn't looking for theories! Just kidding of course... I miss you, come and visit New York again for more than a breakfast!

    Blake, I freaking love Aladdin 2! How often is a sequel as good if not better than the original?

    Anonymous said...

    What the what? Return of Jafar?

    Just makes me wish my Aladdin (the one and ONLY legit Aladdin product) DVD didn't vanish. I still have the case, but NO DISC.