Virtual reality has gradually become popular over the past couple of years. There are more headsets than ever to dive into the world of VR and content is increasingly being made available for people who are willing to try out and continue using this technology. Like many other online streaming companies, Hulu is also in the business of making original series and offering more value to subscribers by picking up exclusive content. Hulu has now picked up two virtual reality only shows to further improve its VR offerings.

Variety reports that Hulu is going to start streaming two new shows that have been made primarily for virtual reality. The shows have been picked up from Huffington Post’s RYOT studios.

The Big Picture: News in Virtual Reality is going to be one of the shows. This is a daily news program which as the name suggests will bring subscribers the biggest news of the day in virtual reality. The second show is called Virtually Mike and Nora. This is going to be an original comedy series.

Hulu is said to have committed for ten episodes of the news show and five episodes of the comedy. The report does not mention when Hulu is going to start streaming these VR-only shows but does say that they will be exclusive to this medium and won’t be offered as 360-degree videos for online viewing.

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