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Hulu’s redesigned app and live TV service are now available on Amazon Fire TV

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Back in May, Hulu launched a newly redesigned app alongside a beta for its new live TV service for Apple TV, Xbox One, iOS, Android, and Chromecast devices. Today, the new interface and live TV beta are coming to Amazon’s Fire TV and Fire Stick devices.

Hulu’s live TV service — which the company is very clear to note is still in beta, for whatever that means in today’s world of software development — costs $39.99 per month. It gets you over 50 channels of live television, including the usual batch of important ones like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, FX, USA, TBS, Disney Channel, and more. (Check Hulu’s website to see what you get in your area.)

It’s worth pointing out that the reception of the new design hasn’t exactly been warm over the past few months. While Hulu’s new look certainly offers a visually nicer experience, there have been numerous complaints about the updated interface being confusing to use and lacking features offered in previous versions of the app.