Hulu has again launched 4K content on its service, as first noticed by a report on The Streamable today and confirmed to us by a company spokesperson. The streamer had been late to add support for 4K, having finally rolled out support in December 2016 — a couple of years after rivals Netflix and Amazon Prime Video had done the same. And last year, Hulu removed the 4K content from its service, the report noted.

When 4K programming first arrived on Hulu, it included 20 James Bond films and a handful of Hulu Originals, like 11.22.63, The Path, Chance and others. At the time, the 4K content streamed on gaming consoles like the Xbox One S and PlayStation 4 Pro.

This time around, Hulu’s 4K programming is

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