It's not officially Hulu, but it's close: Fox, one of the partners participating in Hulu, is rolling out a TV- and movie-delivery service called Bitbop for mobile phones. It's being shown off on a BlackBerry above, but the plan is to get it onto the iPhone and Android handsets as well.
As it stands right now, for your $10 a month you'd be able to stream TV shows from Fox's lineup, and have the option to pay a one-time fee to watch a movie on demand. You'll also be able to download shows if you'd like, saving them on your phone to watch later.
You'll have to wait until later this year to try Bitbop for yourself, though one has to wonder what Fox Mobile's ultimate strategy is here. Does Fox want to keep this in the family, or, like Hulu, is this a prototype for a larger service that brings the other networks under its umbrella? Either way, only $10? That's not so hard to stomach.