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Sources say Hulu’s anticipated live TV service will launch in May.
The first offerings include the Star Trek franchise, plus films like Up in the Air and Election.
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Hulu has closed a deal with Telemundo and Sony Pictures Television to add hundred of hours of Spanish-language programming to the streaming service. The new content will include popular telenovelas and nine films by Pedro Almodóvar.