In January, Netflix announced a deal with Amazon to stream its own original programming.
That’s great news for the streaming service as Netflix has struggled to find its footing after launching on the cheap and then losing a lot of customers in the years since.
But Amazon has been working on its own series as well.
Today, Netflix and Amazon announced a “binge” deal with Hulu that will allow subscribers to watch the shows from its streaming library without having to buy the series individually.
The deal will start rolling out this week.
The deal is a first for Hulu.
It’s a way to make sure subscribers can watch shows from the service without buying individual episodes.
The streaming service has historically offered a “Netflix for Netflix” program where subscribers could watch all the shows they want on the service at once.
Netflix has also launched its own streaming service, called Hulu Now, in which subscribers can stream a selection of its shows for a few dollars a month.
But these deals are more aimed at people who want to watch a specific show without having it cost $10 a month, rather than just the entire series.
The first time I saw a “Binge” series, it was a great deal.
It was a little pricey, but for a $7 a month Hulu Plus membership, I got a lot more than I bargained for.
And I thought it was going to be a nice service for me.
Then the first year it started getting popular, it didn’t have as many subscribers as it has today, but it has a lot going for it.
The first season of “House of Cards” is available for streaming now, and there’s a full season of the upcoming season of Game of Thrones on Hulu.
Hulu’s “Berkut” season of crime dramas is also available for free on Hulu Plus.
And this all comes after Netflix launched its streaming service last year.
The service, which launched last October, offered the same basic streaming options as its streaming services.
And though Hulu is now offering more shows, Netflix still has a big lead over its competitors.
The company is expected to announce its first streaming TV series later this month.