Hulu has snagged exclusive rights to stream full series from Viacom, including Daria, Nathan for You, My Super Sweet 16 and The New Edition Story.
The agreement includes content from Nickelodeon as well, like Nick Cannon's musical show Make It Pop, animated programs Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness and Penguins of Madagascar. Hulu will also gain the rights to 20 films, including School of Rock.
The news comes as Hulu goes through a sweeping reorganisation, including some notable executive departures.
The company, co-owned by Comcast, Disney, FOX and Time Warner, said earlier this month that it is parting ways with chief content officer Joel Stillerman, as well as Ben Smith (senior VP of experience) and Tim Connolly (a senior VP in partnerships and distribution).
It is also creating a combined technology and product group that will report to new CTO Dan Phillips, formerly COO at TiVo. That organisation will span engineering, data center operations, network and broadcast operations centers, information technology and program management, as well as product management, user experience and product development.