The latest in cable TV and online video, Amazon Prime Video, is no longer available on most popular streaming devices.
The move comes after Apple dropped the service and Hulu was forced to drop its own version.
The move follows the news that Apple and Amazon have both dropped the subscription-based service.
Apple has reportedly discontinued the service after more than a year, while Hulu is no stranger to the streaming service.
“We have decided to terminate our relationship with Amazon Prime.
We are discontinuing all subscription-related services for Amazon Prime,” Hulu said in a statement.
Amazon announced it was ending its online service in July. “
While we have no plans to bring back Prime Video anytime soon, we will continue to provide customers with a wide variety of content through the platforms we offer on a variety of platforms, including Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV Mini, Apple AirPlay, Apple Watch, and Google Chromecast.”
Amazon announced it was ending its online service in July.
Hulu has been a free-to-air streaming service for years, and has also released a free online version of its service, Hulu Plus, that allows users to watch live TV and movies.
The streaming service is also no stranger on Google’s services.
Google TV, the Google TV service that launched in 2016, is also now a free service.
The streaming service offers multiple devices and streaming services, and also has access to Google’s own cloud-based content storage service.