Hulu's CEO on Its New Livestreaming Bundle and Getting The Golden Girls

Plus, why he can't save every canceled show

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Between rescuing The Mindy Project, launching an ad-free tier and crafting a solid lineup of original series, Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins has steadily been transforming the streaming service since he arrived in 2013. But 2017 looks to be Hulu's biggest year yet.

Hulu will join the battle for cord cutters and cord-nevers with its own streaming bundle, which will launch "in the next few months," Hopkins said. The competitor to AT&T's DirecTV Now  will be priced under $40 and will include all content that Hulu's current SVOD (subscription video on demand) customers receive in the $7.99



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