Hulu is now available on Nintendo Switch

Hulu is now available on Nintendo Switch

Furthermore, Ubisoft plans to further invest in Nintendo Switch and noted that they are excited about the launch of Just Dance 18 on Switch and expects it sell even better than Just Dance 17. While Netflix has yet to make its way to the console, the Switch has finally got its first video-streaming application outside of Japan, as Hulu becomes available in the US.

This will be the very first video streaming app on the Nintendo Switch, though it'll only be available for North American users as Hulu is a US-based service. If you want to add on live TV to your service, you can pay $39.99 for the premium service and no commercials for streaming content. What would you like to see?

The free app can now be downloaded from the eShop and will only require a subscription to the service itself.

Up to 6 personalized profiles to enjoy separate collections of shows, movies, networks, and more.

A reimagined TV experience that adjusts to your tastes every time you use Hulu.

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Track and record games from your favorite teams with My Teams. With the Switch being a portable HD screen, streaming services would definitely be a welcome addition.

In case you're not a Hulu subscriber and don't follow the ins and outs of the service's offerings, you should know that Hulu is now positioning themselves as the primary beneficiary of Netflix's recent content losses.

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