Hulu adds classic Nickelodeon shows following deal with Viacom

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(PIX11) — Hulu announced that it will be adding new shows from Nickelodeon after launching a major agreement with Viacom.

Senior Vice President and Head of Content Craig Erwich announced the new shows on Hulu’s blog Tuesday. Viewers will be able to watch classic kids shows including “Invader Zim,” “The Ren & Stimpy Show,” “Drake & Josh,” “Hey Arnold!” and more in the next few weeks.

The deal also means television shows from Comedy Central, MTV, VH1, TVLand, Spike, BET and Logo will become available for viewers to stream. Some new additions include “Catfish,” “Hot in Cleveland,” “Inside Amy Schumer,” “The Jersey Shore,” “Basketball Wives” and more.

“We are thrilled to continue our partnerships with Viacom and even more thrilled to be bringing these great shows to our Hulu viewers,” Erwich said in his blog post.

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