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Motown Mike

Posted:
7/20/2017 8:44:40 PM

M*A*S*H is headed to Hulu

http://variety.com/2017/digital/news/hulu-20th-century-fox-tv-how-i-met-your-mother-glee-bones-mash-1202500027/

No details yet on whether the eps will be available in HD or if we'll have the option of watching with or w/o the laugh track. My guess would be "no" to both. :/

Big Daddy O'Reilly

Posted:
7/24/2017 3:07:42 AM

As I said before, Hulu used to be good back when it was a free service and pretty much nothing more than an alternative to YouTube: you could watch full episodes of rare shows without having to pay (but you did have to sit through commercials); it's how I discovered a lesser-known, later-period Sid & Marty Krofft show, D.C. FOLLIES: sort of a cross between CHEERS and SNL set in a D.C. pub with Fred Willard as the barkeep and the patrons all puppet caricatures of celebrities and politicians (including then-President Reagan).

Then Hulu decided they wanted to compete with Netflix, so they ended up becoming a pay subscription service, and now they suck.

FinestKindinTN

Posted:
7/24/2017 10:44:01 AM

I'm not a Hulu user, but I did like when MASH was available on Netflix. It was just a little easier to pull up on Netflix rather than find and load a DVD.
I don't understand syndication and how shows are selected, but I did notice that MASH seems to be available more widely now than, say, a year ago. It's now on TV Land, AMC, WGN, and now Hulu.

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