Hulu + Live TV Launches New 14-Day Live TV Guide on Roku & Apple TV

Yesterday brought a redesigned homescreen to Hulu’s mobile apps, while today sees their TV apps getting a much needed improvement. Hulu has confirmed to us that the new live guide, which now allows you to see 14-days of shows (up from 48 hours), is in the process of rolling out to Roku and Apple TV devices. They plan to expand it to more devices in the coming months.

  • Access a full two-week grid guide that lets viewers see what’s ahead, record upcoming shows, movies, and games in advance, and channel surf to their heart’s content.
  • Add channels to “My Channels” that allows for access to their favorite channels and programs directly from Home and the Live Guide.
  • Easily find recommended TV shows and movies that are airing on live TV right now from Home.
  • Browse live content collections to quickly jump to sports, news, movies, and kids content that’s live right now and coming up in the future.

The feature was originally announced by Hulu at CES in January, and began rolling out on Hulu.com last month. Besides the 2-week look ahead, down the left side you will quickly be able to switch between All Channels, Favorites, Recents, and categories like Sports. The new guide adds an quick view panel, easier filtering, startover icons, and an indicator if a game in blacked out in your city directly from the guide.

Full List of Hulu Live TV Guide Improvements

14-Day Grid Guide

The new grid layout for the guide that allows users to look ahead up to 2 weeks in time across all channels.

Improved Layout on Guide

Reduced extraneous text to make it easy for users find what they’re looking for quickly.

Quick View Panel

You can now see all the information about a show without ever leaving the guide, but with the option to view more details.

Filter Panel

You can now access filters down the left hand side to quickly switch between All Channels, Favorites, Recents, or genres like sports.

Icons to “Startover” Shows

A new icon in the guide that indicates whether a piece of content can be started from the beginning.