While Tvii and Netflix still haven't launched on the Nintendo Wii U just yet, video streaming service Hulu has moved ahead of the pack and, if you're rocking the Big N's new home console, you can now enjoy hundreds of shows and movies right from your TV (Your regular TV. As I said, TVii is still a no show).
Hulu Plus, the premium version of the streaming entertainment service, is now available for the Wii. Wii owners can watch television shows and movies through the console by paying $7.99 a month.
Next week, Hulu Plus will be available to all PS3 users in the United States. The premium TV/movie service was previously limited to PlayStation Plus subscribers.
The testing for Hulu Plus is expanding. Starting today, a select group of PlayStation Plus subscribers will have access to a preview build of the premium television/movie service.
Today the premium subscription version of Hulu, entitled Hulu Plus, was formally announced. The rumored support for the Xbox 360 and PS3 was confirmed as well.
Rumors for Hulu on the PS3 appear, new show-floor impressions of the demo for Portal 2 have surfaced and Ignition debuts El Shaddai.
Currently PS3 owners can stream TV shows through their console with Netflix. They may get a second option soon, though.
With E3 only two weeks away, rumors have begun to swirl about what surprises will be announced. The latest gossip is that the Xbox 360 will get another streaming movie and television service.