It's a '90s kind of world. Again. Living Single, the entire series, streams January 11, only on Hulu. pic.twitter.com/yCaVxRzR31
— Hulu (@hulu) January 10, 2018
So long to just watching “Living Single” re-runs on TVOne! The ’90s television staple will be available to stream on Hulu beginning Thursday, Jan. 11. The Golden Globe-winning service announced the news Wednesday to wide acclaim online.
The Fox show, which aired for five seasons from 1993 to 1998, followed the lives of 20-something singles — four women roommates and another set of two male roommates — living in a Brooklyn, N.Y. brownstone.
The NAACP Image Award-winning series — which stars Queen Latifah has confirmed it is gearing up for a reboot — has attracted millennial viewers since it went off the air two decades ago. Now, with the Hulu announcement, they and their parents can watch the show as much as they please.
And by the looks of the responses, that’s what everyone plans to do.
— Shelly (@ShellySometimes) January 10, 2018
— Serena (@Makeup_Serena) January 10, 2018
Go on a praise Him👏🏽👏🏽for Hulu being obiedient to the holy spirit! Yes! The culture needed this revival. Ha!
— Caligirlsunday (@septemberbleu) January 10, 2018
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Additionally, folks had hope that more Black ’90s sitcoms would be available for streaming.
i need to rewatch Girlfriends
— JUSTICE FOR GEORGE (@StillBreathin_) January 10, 2018
Put “A Different World” on there too.!
— Armond M. Sarduy (@ArmondSarduy) January 10, 2018
This makes me so happy!! Now if they could only add Martin and New York Undercover it’ll feel like 1994 FOX Thursday line up 😂 https://t.co/VtshiWAzMm
— Brandon Thomas (@brandont823) January 10, 2018