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Keep in mind The Simpsons is a PG (sometimes PG-13) show, and Disney+ is planned to have content range from G to PG-13, while Hulu wil have R rated content.
In some countries I believe it gets a much broader rating. Here I guess it's 7+ (the FOX channels here, despite having a localized team, have Spanish licenses) yet IIRC Family Guy and the rest were 12+ or so.
 

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Some FX programs are owned by third parties. The Shield for instance is owned by Sony. So you probably won't see it on Hulu.
 

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Some FX programs are owned by third parties. The Shield for instance is owned by Sony. So you probably won't see it on Hulu.
It's on Hulu already under the FX brand. They could probably continue to license it or whatever they've already been doing.

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Hulu should put up more obscure shows from ABC Studios and TCF TV like Nowhere Man, Inconceivable and Murder One. Even Cop Rock wouldn't be so bad (it has its fans).
 

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Good. I tried it earlier this year and it wasn't pleasant for me. I just got it so I could watch season 13 of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia". It didn't have that big of a library plus you had to pay $5/month AND you needed to have a cable subscription. The only good thing about it was it being ad free.

Most of those shows are on Hulu anyway and I'm sure the other will also go to Hulu or Disney+
 

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Sorry to @TargetmasterJoe, @Daikun and everyone in this thread about the The Lion King post which now has moved to other thread. I just wanted to show another example of the Disney movie trailer airing on Disney-owned Fox Networks Group channels in Asia but instead it caused confusion due to no explanation.


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Wait, Simpsons is the equivalent of Y7 in your country?
Same in the Netherlands.
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South Park's ratings are different every season.
Seasons 1-5 are rated 6+
Seasons 6-10 are rated 12+
Seasons 11-13 are rated 9+
Seasons 14-16 are rated 6+
Seasons 20-21 are rated 9+
Season 22 is rated 12+

I don't know what rating seasons 17-19 got. The rating of each season is based on the episode with the most "mature" content.
 

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Same in the Netherlands.
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South Park's ratings are different every season.
Seasons 1-5 are rated 6+
Seasons 6-10 are rated 12+
Seasons 11-13 are rated 9+
Seasons 14-16 are rated 6+
Seasons 20-21 are rated 9+
Season 22 is rated 12+

I don't know what rating seasons 17-19 got. The rating of each season is based on the episode with the most "mature" content.
No wonder The Simpsons was able to air on Fox Kids(and briefly Jetix) in the Netherlands. It’s practically seen as kid stuff!
 
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Even Disney-owned National Geographic children magazine, Nat geo Kids tweeted the promo about new disney cartoon, Amphibia, that are frog related to reminds you to watch it on Disney Channel or DisneyNow. I have no idea why they did that. It really confuse me.
 

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Even Disney-owned National Geographic children magazine, Nat geo Kids tweeted the promo about new disney cartoon, Amphibia, that are frog related to reminds you to watch it on Disney Channel or DisneyNow. I have no idea why they did that. It really confuse me.
They're sister networks now, so they cross promote. Just like how NG promos air on Freeform and FX promos air on ABC/Freeform.
 
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Even Disney-owned National Geographic children magazine, Nat geo Kids tweeted the promo about new disney cartoon, Amphibia, that are frog related to reminds you to watch it on Disney Channel or DisneyNow. I have no idea why they did that. It really confuse me.
For a moment I thought Nat Geo Kids LA's Twitter account spazzed out and posted something intended for the USA. Outside of the channel's catchment area.

But then again, I had to read twice.