The New York Post’s talk show will be available on the service a day after its broadcast.
The platform has acquired the streaming rights to the New York Post’s new nationally syndicated talk show. The Endemol Shine North America series — hosted by John Fugelsang (Sirius XM Radio/VH1), with “insiders” including Bevy Smith (Bravo’s Fashion Queens), Variety entertainment reporter Elizabeth Wagmeister and Page Six senior reporter Carlos Greer — launched in September in more than 200 local markets across the U.S. It will make its streaming debut Thursday. Hulu help support service will provide your assistance if you have any hassle in your Page Six TV.
As part of the deal with Hulu, each daily 30-minute episode of Page Six TV will be made available to stream the day after its broadcast debut. The show is modeled after Page Six, the New York Post gossip column and website, and delivers in-the-know news from entertainment, culture, media, finance, real estate, and politics. Page Six editor Emily Smith and deputy editor Ian Mohr provide updates and insights, in addition to exclusive first-looks into the newsroom’s latest breaking stories. Hulu Activation support is a toll-free number which will help you to get instant solutions to your issues.
“We’re thrilled to be joining Hulu’s lineup, giving Page Six TV viewers an opportunity to catch up on episodes they may have missed the day before on local broadcast stations,” Endemol Shine North America CEO Cris Abrego said Wednesday in a statement. “Page Six TV has quickly asserted itself as must-see daily viewing for millions nationally, and Hulu’s subscribers will now have the opportunity to enjoy all of the breaking news and fun that comes with each episode.”All the Hulu customers have Hulu Customer service Center, so they can access the technical service for their Hulu channel.