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Coming off a solid quarterly earnings report today and less than a week before the launch of Disney+, Bob Iger had more streaming news to announce: FX is coming to Hulu with four exclusive series next year.
“Beginning in March, Hulu will become the official streaming home for FX Networks,” said the Walt Disney Company CEO on Thursday’s earning call. Praising the John Landgraf-run cabler as a “produced of high-quality and award-winning content and will become a key content driver for Hulu,” Iger also unveiled that the Cate Blanchett-led miniseries Mrs. America and three other new FX series will debut exclusively on what will be called “FX on Hulu” in 2020.
Along with the ERA-based Blanchett project, Alex Garland’s Devs, A Teacher and the Jeff Bridges-starring The Old Man also will be on FX on Hulu now instead of FX proper. The Old Man, based on Thomas Perry’s novel about a retired CIA officer, is set to launch in the fall of 2020. Nearly all of FX’s library and programming will show up on the Disney-controlled streamer, which is intended as the landing zone for more adult fare – as opposed to the family-focused, November 12-premiering Disney+ New episodes of FX shows like American Horror Story will pop up on Hulu right after they air on the cabler, Iger stated.
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