Hulu’s live TV service could come in just weeks, sources told TechCrunch. Hulu had previously said it would launch its live TV service this spring, but the company is now telling staff internally that it has targeted the first week of May for the service’s launch.

Hulu’s live TV release is expected to coincide with its redesigned user experience, which focuses on getting viewers the specific show they want, regardless of whether it’s on live TV or the on-demand library.

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Although Hulu’s live TV service is targeted for the first week of May, it could be delayed a few weeks into the month, the report said. However, you should expect to see Hulu launch in May for sure.

Hulu Live TV Service Price and Channels

Hulu said it plans to offer the live TV monthly plan for less than $40. Earlier this month, sources told TechCrunch the live service would be available for $39.99 a month, including the existing on-demand video service. Hulu reportedly has an “under $20” bundle in the works, which would combine both unlimited streams and a cloud DVR.

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For its live TV service, Hulu made deals with Disney, CBS, A+E and Fox. Hulu’s live TV streaming service will feature live feeds from networks like Fox, ABC, ESPN and FX. The deals with Disney and Fox include 35 networks.

Channels to be included in Hulu’s live TV service are: ESPN, Fox Sports, A&E, History, Lifetime, LMN, FYI, Viceland, Disney Channel, Disney Jr., Disney XD, FreeForm, Fox News, Fox Business, Freeform, FX, FXX, FXM, Nat Geo, Nat Geo Wild, TNT, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, truTV, Boomerang, Pop and Turner Classic Movies.

Hulu’s live TV plan will compete with Sling TV and Google’s YouTube TV, a $39.99 service that launched this month in select U.S. cities. YouTube TV channels include, Fox, NBC, ABC, CBS and FXX, as well as ESPN, SEC Network, the Big Ten Network and other networks. HBO and Starz are not included, but Showtime is available as an add-on.

Meanwhile, Apple is looking to sell a premium TV bundle which would include Showtime, HBO and Starz.