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Hulu To Launch More Original Shows

Written on January 16, 2012 by Chris Martin

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Hulu will soon launch more original shows, starts with political comedy show 'Battleground'.

Online-video service Hulu will soon introduce more original content as part of its efforts to create an alternative to cable television that will blur ‘the lines between the Web and TV’.

Hulu announced on Sunday that it will soon launch two original shows and 10 all-new episodes of ‘A Day in the Life’, a documentary series which debuted last year. Among its new offerings are ‘Battleground’, a half-hour political comedy about a Senatorial campaign in Wisconsin which will air sometime in February and a travelogue show from ‘Before Sunset’ director Richard Linklater.

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