The list of reasons to love Hulu grows longer by the day — free TV shows online, Hulu Plus on my PS3 (just to name a few) — and now the only network that doesn't have a presence on Hulu may be making a move. In an interview conducted earlier this week, CBS Chief Executive Les Moonves said that the network is in talks with Hulu to create a subscription service that brings CBS shows online "without hurting the mother ship." Meaning, it's likely going to cost you a few bucks.
Hulu Plus costs $10 a month, and gives you access to content via your phone and gaming console, but honestly, I'd love to cancel my outrageously-priced cable service in favor of streaming my favorite shows from anywhere online for a nominal fee, and I think that's the consensus from most of my peers. Do you agree, or do you prefer to watch your shows chained to your TV?