Farewell? To say WWE produces a lot of television content would be a huge understatement. The company regularly produces three main television series a week, plus all kinds of other shows that do not receive as much exposure. There is still a market for that content, but now it seems that one of the platforms those markets use might be going away soon.
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According to PWInsider.com, WWE’s current batch of content on Hulu, save for recent editions of SmackDown, is showing an expiration date of ten or eleven days from now. While not confirmed, this could suggest that the deal between the two sides is coming to an end. It should be noted that this is the second time this year that such a split seemed imminent and a deal was reached before.
There is some good stuff on there. Check out what you might find on Hulu for the time being:
Opinion: This is the kind of thing that does happen every so often and now the question is whether the two sides can come to a deal in time. At the end of the day, WWE is going to want its content on a major platform like Hulu and if they can do it for a good price, there is no reason to not have it happen. Hopefully the WWE content stays on Hulu, and the past would suggest there is a good chance of it doing so.
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