If you’re among the passengers always complaining about the lack of entertainment options on flights, Delta has an answer for you. Last week, the airline announced that it would bring Hulu Originals to the seat-back screens across its entire fleet of aircraft. Starting this month, passengers will be able to pass the hours watching hits like The Handmaid’s Tale, Runaways, The Mindy Project, Casual, Shrill, and more.
While full seasons of the shows won’t be available, you’ll still be able to watch anywhere from three to six episodes on demand — just enough to get you hooked. Longer programming like Fyre Fraud, Ask Dr. Ruth, Minding the Gap, and Into the Dark: New Year, New You, will also be available.
This is only Delta’s newest move to improve the in-flight entertainment experience for passengers. The airline has also recently equipped seat-back screens in its 700th aircraft, and has recently become the only US airline to offer all in-flight entertainment for free.