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The name “Hulu” comes from two words from Mandarin Chinese language, which are “húlú” (gourd), and “hùlù” (interactive recording). This name was chosen at the end of August 2007, just before the website went live. In this early stage of the service’s history, it had no content whatsoever, though it did have an option for visitors to leave their email to become a beta tester, which occurred in October later that year. On October 29th, 2007, the “HULU Syndication Network” was launched. This is the earliest available version of Hulu and was both designed and developed by the NBC Universal Team. The streaming service would later be made available publicly on March 12th, 2008.

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Kimetsu no yaiba (Demon Slayer) on Hulu

The company Aniplex announced that the anime adaptation of the original Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) manga series written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotoge would be available to stream on FunimationNow, as well as Hulu and Crunchyroll beginning on April 6, 2019. This anime series was released after the great success that the Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) manga achieved worldwide since its first publication in the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 2016.

The Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) anime series currently has a total of 26 episodes that adapt Volumes 1 to 7. A sequel movie to the anime adaptation titled Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) Mugen Train is also scheduled to release in 2020.

Episodes list

  • Episode 1: Cruelty (April 6th, 2019)
  • Episode 2: Trainer Sakonji Urokodaki (April 13th, 2019)
  • Episode 3: Sabito and Makomo (April 20th, 2019)
  • Episode 4: Final Selection (April 27th, 2019)
  • Episode 5: My Own Steel (May 4th, 2019)
  • Episode 6: Swordsman Accompanying a Demon (May 11th, 2019)
  • Episode 7: Muzan Kibutsuji (May 18th, 2019)
  • Episode 8: The Smell of Enchanting (May 25th, 2019)
  • Episode 9: Temari Demon and Arrow Demon (June 1st, 2019)
  • Episode 10: Together Forever (June 8th, 2019)
  • Episode 11: Tsuzumi Mansion (June 15th, 2019)
  • Episode 12: The Boar Bares its Fangs, Zenitsu Sleeps (June 22nd, 2019)
  • Episode 13: Something More Important than Life (June 29th, 2019)
  • Episode 14: The House with the Wisteria Family Crest (July 6th, 2019)
  • Episode 15: Mount Natagumo (July 13th, 2019)
  • Episode 16: Letting Someone Else Go First (July 20th, 2019)
  • Episode 17: You Must Master a Single Thing (July 27th, 2019)
  • Episode 18: A Forged Bond (August 3rd, 2019)
  • Episode 19: Hinokami (August 10th, 2019)
  • Episode 20: Pretend Family (August 17th, 2019)
  • Episode 21: Against Corps Rules (August 24th, 2019)
  • Episode 22: Master of the Mansion (August 31st, 2019)
  • Episode 23: Hashira Meeting (September 7th, 2019)
  • Episode 24: Rehabilitation Training (September 14th, 2019)
  • Episode 25: Tsuguko, Kanao Tsuyuri (September 21st, 2019)
  • Episode 26: New Mission (September 28th, 2019)



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