Hulu Goes Live. Free TV for All

HuluNBC and News Corp’s joint venture is in the process of going live as of 11:30pm on March 11th. Hulu was previously only available to select beta users but according to the site any user will be able to freely sign up.

We’re sorry but is temporarily down for maintenace as we prepare to open up to the public.

We’ll be back with our all new site later tonight. Hope to see you soon!

The site offers many of the best shows from NBC and FOX as well as select movies and series from Bravo, Fuel TV, FX, Sci Fi, Style, Sundance, and Oxygen. As soon as the site opens up to the public, feel free to watch the entire first season of Arrested Development, the latest episode of House, or maybe that one episode of Heroes you really enjoyed with only about one minute to one minute and a half of total commercial time per episode. Oh, and best of all, since this site is owned by the major networks, it is 100% legal and you will not get sued for using it.

Update (March 13th): Now that the rest of the world has caught up with College Being’s speedy reporting, we have learned that this site is only for those living in the U.S. But for those that don’t mind installing Hotspot Shield, you can get around that.

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