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NBCUniversal To Launch Reality TV Streaming Service


NBCUniversal International on Wednesday unveiled plans to new streaming site, Hayu. This is a subscription service focused on reality TV shows, and should be in Canada by the end of the year. The site will have shows such as Keeping Up with the Kardashians, as well as all of the Kardashian spin-offs, Real Housewives, and Top Chef.

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