Hulu’s Live TV (beta) is now available on Amazon Fire TV and Amazon Fire TV Stick, bringing the number of platforms users can access the service on to six.
Earlier in May Hulu’s Live TV launched on Apple TV, Xbox One, iOS and Android mobile devices, and Chromecast.
For $39.99 per month, subscribers have access to live and on-demand programming from more than 50 sports, news, entertainment, and kids channels, along with Hulu’s entire streaming library with commercials.
The service also offers 50 hours of cloud DVR recording storage, up to six individual profiles, and two simultaneous streams per account, with options to upgrade to 200 hours of cloud DVR storage and unlimited in-home screens.
Subscribers with Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick can also add premium channel add-ons including HBO, Cinemax, and Showtime.
Some of the networks available on beta Hulu with Live TV are ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, Bravo, USA, HGTV, FX, CNN, and ESPN.
Hulu’s Live TV is competing in the growing market of internet-delivered TV providers, including DirectTV Now, Ling TV, Sony’s PlayStation Vue and YouTube TV.
Last week, Google announced its YouTube TV had expanded into ten more U.S. metros, tripling its footprint. More on that here.