The Walt Disney Company’s general entertainment streaming service Hulu and broadcaster Nexstar Media Group have extended a carriage deal that will see the streamer continue to offer Nexstar-owned ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox affiliates on their premium live television service.
The deal announced on Monday will also see Hulu add dozens of independent stations and MyNetwork affiliates owned by Nexstar to the Hulu with Live TV service, which costs $70 a month and comes bundled with Disney Plus and ESPN Plus.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Nexstar says the extended agreement covers more than 120 local television stations across the country. Those stations include Nexstar-controlled CW affiliate WPIX (Channel 11) in New York and Nexstar-owned KTLA (Channel 5) in Los Angeles and WGN-TV (Channel 9) in Chicago.
Hulu with Live TV is available on a wide variety of devices, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV (Google TV) and Apple TV, as well as on most popular smartphones and tablets. The service offers local ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox stations in most television markets across the country, as well as CW, MyNetwork and independent stations in select areas.