Fans of the show "Billy on the Street" can enjoy a good laugh whenever they want now.
TruTV, a division of Turner, and Hulu announced Thursday a deal that gives the streaming service the rights to the first five seasons of the sketch comedy show, "Billy on the Street."
"Billy on the Street has cultivated a passionate fan base that actively seeks out the show and embraces Billy's unique comedic talent and obsession with pop culture," Chris Linn, president of TruTV, said in a release. "This partnership with Hulu gives us a great opportunity to both super-serve those existing fans and also introduce the show and our network to new audiences."
Beginning July 10, all four seasons will be available to stream on Hulu. The fifth season is currently in production and set to air on TruTV in the fall. The latest season will be available a year later on Hulu.
"Billy on the Street," produced by Funny or Die, follows Billy Eichner around the streets of New York City. During the half hour show, Eichner questions passersby and offers them to play games for a chance to win cash prizes. In the fourth season, Eichner was joined by celebrities, such as Chris Pratt and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Eichner also stars in "Difficult People," a Hulu original series, which will debut its season 2 on July 12.