Hulu's WWE Streaming Rights Set To Expire
WWE content set to leave Hulu
WWE content will soon no longer be available on the United States streaming service, Hulu.
Hulu - the service jointly owned by Disney and NBCUniversal - holds the next day streaming rights to Monday Night Raw, Friday Night SmackDown, and WWE NXT. An expiration tag for WWE shows on the service has stated episodes will be removed on September 25 or September 26.
In response to this, Hulu Support stated on Twitter that Hulu's WWE streaming rights are set to expire.
"Hulu here! Our streaming rights to WWE content are currently set to expire, but we'll certainly share your interest in seeing them stay in our library with our team. For now, we suggest adding the shows in your My Stuff to be notified of any updates!" Hulu Support wrote.
It was previously believed that WWE's deal with Hulu had been extended through September 2024. Hulu is still set to broadcast 'The Crawfords' in late 2023 or early 2024, which is the reality series featuring Bianca Belair and Montez Ford.
In other media rights news, WWE announced on Thursday the company had struck a new deal with NBCUniversal that will see SmackDown move to USA from October 2024. The five-year deal is reportedly worth $1.4 billion.