NEWS: Disney Eliminating ‘FX on Hulu’ and Introducing New Feature

Over the years, Disney has acquired a wide variety of franchises, and now has three different streaming services.

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In addition to Disney+ and ESPN+, the media giant also owns Hulu. Hulu is where Disney keeps its more “adult” programming, and soon they’ll be making a small branding change.

According to Variety, Disney plans to scrap the “FX on Hulu” name less than two years after its launch. It was introduced in 2020 and was supposed to highlight Hulu as the home for FX content and Hulu-exclusive originals from FX.


Disney’s Chairman of International Operations & Direct-to-Consumer, Rebecca Campbell, said: “FX’s award-winning adult programming is vital to our services both domestically and internationally and we want to shine a brighter light on the brand within our excellent and rapidly growing portfolio of general entertainment programming for adult audiences.”


The “FX on Hulu” branding will be phased out starting this month, to be replaced by a new hub within the service where viewers will find FX programming, including day-after-air shows from FX linear channels and exclusive original programming from FX. The FX library is currently home to more than 170 seasons and 1,800 episodes of TV shows.

We’ll make sure to keep you updated on any more streaming changes, so stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!

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