If you don't already have a Hulu account, it's now time to get one. Why? All 180 episodes of the The Golden Girls will be available for streaming starting February 13 (just in time for Valentine's Day).
The NBC show originally ran from 1985 to 1992 to much fanfare and, although a legion of devoted fans still exists, a move to Hulu might actually turn younger, first-time watchers into devotees (and maybe spark a reboot?)—the same sort of trend that recently fueled long-wished-for revivals of shows like Gilmore Girls and Arrested Development (both on Netflix).
As for those of you who have been catching reruns on late night TV, you'll also want to switch to Hulu as the network announced that it has landed the rights to stream "the full-length Golden Girls episodes [and] not the versions that were trimmed for syndication—which has been the only way to watch the series on television since its series finale aired in 1992," according to Adweek.
Starring Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty, the sitcom focuses on four women living in a house in Florida together during their, well, "golden years."