Delta Air Lines to Add Hulu Content to In-Flight Entertainment Service

By Jeremy Del Nero on 29 July 2019
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A Delta 767-400 at JFK

A Delta 767-400 at JFK

Delta Air Lines announced a partnership with content provider Hulu.

Passengers will be able to watch Hulu’s signature series, “The Handmaiden’s Tale” staring Elisabeth Moss, a new version of “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” as well as the ‘80s CBS Sitcom “Designing Women,” which starred Dixie Carter, Delta Burke, Jean Smart, and Annie Pots.

The Atlanta-based airline said it had installed seat-back screens in its 700th aircraft this month, which it says is more than what any other airline in the world offers.

Hulu is owned by the Walt Disney Company and NBC Universal and was originally established as a joint venture between News Corporation and NBC Universal.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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