Yup, I foresee the same thing. Hmm. IMO Hulu would just launch a new skinny live channel package inside their own app with those channels if they were at all interested in something like that. Can't see Disney wanting to buy a piece of little ol' Philo. They've got plenty on their OTT plate already focusing on Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+. The previous head of Hulu (who's now gone) did mention a couple years ago that they were looking at the possibility of launching a live channel package focused just on sports and news channels (presumably including the major locals too). That apparently hasn't gone anywhere though. But I've never heard any talk of them offering a skinny bundle of entertainment channels, the kind of thing that would compete with Philo. Wonder what they might charge for the core Hulu with ads plus ABC (which they own), Discovery channels (HGTV, Food, TLC, etc.), A+E channels (History, A&E, Lifetime), WarnerMedia channels (CNN, TBS, TNT, Cartoon Network), and the Hallmark Channel (which they don't currently carry)? I'm thinking maybe $20. But I kinda doubt we'll ever see Hulu offer something like that.