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Hulu Plus: will you pay?

Hulu has announced a paid service after months of rumors of offering a premium option.

It's not available yet, but the reviews have been mixed. For $10 a month, Hulu Plus subscribers will have access to the complete season of current shows from the site's partners, NBC, Fox and ABC, as well as past seasons of many of their programs. Subscribers will also be able to access them from a variety of devices, including the Sony PlayStation 3, some Internet-enabled TV sets and BluRay players as well as the iPad and iPhone. Hulu Plus shows will also stream in HD, but quality will depend on your Internet connection.

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And you'll also have to sit through commercials, just as you would on Hulu's free site, which, by the way, will still remain an option.

So will you pay for access to Arrested Development and Ally McBeal in addition to current episodes of Dancing With the Stars, The Office, The Biggest Loser and 30 Rock? How do you watch TV right now --- cable, antenna, online streaming? Please share in the comments below.

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