Larry King is bringing an interview show to Hulu starting Tuesday night as part of a deal between the web video site and Ora TV, the digital network that 's backed by billionaire investor Carlos Slim.
"Larry King Now," which Ora TV first described in March, marks Mr. King's return to news and entertainment after ending his long run at CNN in February. New episodes of the 30-minute show will be available free in the early evenings from Monday through Thursday on Hulu and at Ora.TV. It is the first of several series that are expected to come to Hulu as part of the partnership with Ora TV.
The first week of "Larry King Now" will include interviews with "Family Guy" and "Ted" creator Seth MacFarlane, blogger Meghan McCain and actor Matthew McConaughey. The show will also include produced segments.
"I have always been driven to innovate, from my time on radio to the first call-in show on national television to being an early adopter of online columns and Twitter," Mr. King said in a statement.