We're excited to announce that select CBS content will be available for streaming through both Hulu and Hulu Plus. Below are some questions you may have about the new change:
- Will I be able to watch all CBS shows?
- Can I watch shows the day after they air?
- Are the CBS shows available on my device?
- Can I watch CBS content with my free Hulu.com account?
- When will these shows be available?
- Why can't I watch Big Bang Theory/Two and a Half Men/NCIS?
At this time, we will have access to library content from CBS. This means that we won't have access to all CBS content, including currently running television shows. That said, we will have the rights to full episodes of iconic shows such as I Love Lucy, Star Trek and Twin Peaks. For a list of shows, head to the CBS Network page via ( www.hulu.com/cbs ).
The majority of content is available from the CBS library and is no longer airing new episodes. The only exception to this will be Entertainment Tonight, which we'll be streaming clips the day after they air.
Most of the CBS content will be available to stream on devices. For more specific information regarding device availability, head to each specific show page such as ( www.hulu.com/entertainment-tonight ).
At any given time, a selection of CBS shows will rotate through the free Hulu.com service
Starting in late December 2012, we will be streaming CBS shows. For specific availability, check out the show page ( www.hulu.com/entertainment-tonight ) for additional information.
The agreement we currently have in place with CBS allows us to stream archived content such as I Love Lucy and Star Trek. At this time, we don't have the rights to stream shows the day after they air. The only exception is Entertainment Tonight, which we'll have access to clips the day after.