Daria and other Viacom-owned TV shows and movies are coming to Hulu, the company said Monday.
Hulu is now the exclusive subscription-streaming home to such legacy programs as Daria, which originated on Viacom-owned MTV in 1997, as well as Comedy Central’s Nathan for You, MTV’s My Super Sweet 16 and BET’s The New Edition Story.
Viacom recently formed MTV Studios, which plans to produce and shop a new iteration of Daria, among other things. Daria previously aired on Amazon Prime Video.
The deal also sees 11 Nickelodeon series and more than 20 Viacom-produced films come to the streaming service. Among the films are Big Time Rush, School of Rock, Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn, Hunter Street, Make It Pop, Every Witch Way and WITS Academy.
Also returning to Hulu will be Nickelodeon series Alvinnnn!!! and the Chipmunks, Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness and Penguins of Madagascar. More series and films from Nickelodeon will continue to roll out throughout the year.
Viacom-owned networks – including MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, BET and Paramount Newtork – still do not air on Hulu’s live TV service.