Looking to finalize cutting of my cord, with an ATSC tuner being put into my DVR for local channels, and about to order Hulu. I saw that hulu shows it has all the netwroks I watch avaiolable, so I assumed this meant that the shows I can watch on those networks websites with provider login would be the same shows on Hulu. I checked CBS and ABC just looking to confirm just a handful of shows I watch wewre listed.
For ABC, checked on The Rookie, The Good Doctor, and The Resident. Only The Good Doctor is listed. For CBS I checked Bull, SWAT, and Blue Bloods. Only Blue Bloods was listed, and not even the current season. Is this the same for all the other networks as well, a random sprinkling of a few popular shows? Currently I use my provider login to watch 5Mbps 1080p24 for network and broadcast shows, because it's higher quality than the garbage 720p transcodes Cox cable has been spitting out.
Without a provider login though, I would have to rely on OTA quality (no provider log in gets you horribly reduced quality on ABC.com for instance), and I don't know what type of content I can expect to reasonable have available for basic cable services on Hulu given what I have seen $6 isn't much, but if it can't help aggragate my viewing into one app...