“King of the Hill,” an animated comedy based in Texas following the life of propane salesperson Hank Hill, who resides with his substitute teacher wife Peggy, his son Bobby, a would-be comic, and his unemployed niece Luanne. Hank is unpretentious and has a straightforward view of the world while having surprisingly stereotypical beliefs about God and his country.
The long-running and entertaining adult animated series King of the Hill fans got some good news on January 31, 2023: The original creators Mike Judge and Greg Daniels, along with the rest of the primary cast, are bringing the series back for a revival on Hulu.
After the series ended in 2009, Netflix aired King of the Hill for a short time, but as reported by Slash Film, it was deleted from the library in 2013.
In 2018, Hulu purchased the exclusive broadcasting rights to 20th Century Fox’s other well-known animated comedies, including Bob’s Burgers, American Dad!, Family Guy, and more. This agreement also includes exclusive broadcasting rights to all 13 King of the Hill seasons. Since then, Hulu has been the only platform for streaming the whole seasons of these beloved programs.
If you still have a cable subscription, you can use your login to access the Adult Swim or FOXNOW apps on most of your typical TV-watching gadgets, including Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV, to watch King of the Hill.
However, only a few episodes are available to stream via those apps. As a result, paying for a Hulu membership is preferable if you want to view all 259 episodes or at least revisit your favorites. You’ll eventually need it anyhow because the revival will only be available on Hulu.
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