Despite being low-key about their expiring TV shows, hulu users have noticed that seven FOX series are no longer on the platform. Hulu sometimes pulls episodes of shows when new ones air on TV and then pulls full seasons as well when pre-determined rights deals expire. All of these shows have now been canceled so it looks like this last one was the problem here. As noted in a screenshot posted on DejaViewstream, the following FOX shows will no longer be streamed on Hulu: Ax Cop, filthy rich, Golan the Insatiable, the loop, Luke Bros. moving company, THE NEXT and stacked.
This list is a mix of new and library titles that originally aired on the standard FOX network. the loop played Bret Harrison and ran from 2006 to 2007, with two seasons totaling 17 episodes. The bookstore sitcom stacked gained attention when it aired in 2005 and 2006 because of its star, Pamela Anderson. It aired two seasons, totaling 19 episodes.
filthy rich and THE NEXT are newer shows that both premiered in 2020 each canceled after only one season each. Ax Cop, Golan the Insatiable and Luke Bros. moving company they all stem from the network’s experimental “Animation Domination High-Def” block. Ax Cop aired season 1 on FOX in 2013 before jumping to FXX in 2015 for season 2. Luke Bros. moving company (2013-2015) followed a similar route, with season 1 airing on FOX before jumping to FXX for season 2. Golan the Insatiable aired all of its episodes via FOX between 2013 and 2015.
Leaving these programs follows another major FOX removal. hulu recently lost the rights to Lost son, the two-season serial killer drama that has an ardent following. Fans are clamoring for a revival somewhere, but that move is an indication that Hulu shouldn’t invest too much in preserving the show for its subscribers. At the time of writing it looks like: Lost son is dead, but stranger things have happened. After all, other shows have been canceled this season, namely Manifesto and Everyone get up, have been revived in recent weeks.