Reddit is the home of the AMA (Ask Me Anything). Sports stars, actors, corporations–you name it, they’ve been on AMA. Now, streaming services are joining in on all the interactive fun. First up is Hulu.
The SVP of Experience at Hulu, Ben Smith, will partake in the 1st ever Hulu AMA. The Q&A will take place this coming Thursday, January 30, 2018 at 2 pm Eastern time. To access, be sure to log into the /r/Hulu page on Reddit.
For more details, read the official invitation below:
Greetings, citizens of Reddit!
2017 is in the books, and so is our first year of live TV. With that in mind, I wanted to stop by to talk about what we learned last year with the new Hulu experience and give a peek into what is coming this Spring.
We learned a lot last year and couldn’t have done it without all of the feedback we received from our viewers, including all of you on r/hulu – so thank you. Here are just a few of our top lessons learned:
In addition to all of the Hulu experience changes, we also added a ton of content in 2017. You all watch an amazing amount of Food Network and HGTV shows, and to my surprise, more Golden Girls than you could possibly imagine. The Handmaid’s Tale won more trophies that we can count and season 2 is just around the corner. Also, Runaways is my personal favorite show that we have ever made. If you haven’t checked it out, it’s a fun show.
We know you probably have a lot of questions and feedback, so I’m excited to announce that I’ll be back for an AMA on Tuesday (1/30) at 11 AM PST/2 PM EST on r/hulu. Looking forward to your questions about Hulu or streaming video, nerding out on your favorite shows, and hearing how Hulu could better serve you!
See you then!