Starting Feb. 3 in an unusual arrangement, both Hulu and Peacock will begin streaming all 250 episodes of the hit ABC comedy that ended its 11-season run last year. The deal, financial terms of which were not disclosed, marks the first time Modern Family will be available on both a subscription and an advertiser-backed service. Peacock will rotate 12 episodes, starting with the pilot, on its free tier, while all 250 episodes will be available on its paid tiers. As The Hollywood Reporter's Lesley Goldberg notes, the deal "allows upstart Peacock to continue to bolster its comedy library with the ensemble comedy joining a roster that already includes The Office, 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation and the full Saturday Night Live roster. The shared deal also means Peacock lands one of broadcast's last hit shows with a sizable library at a fraction of the cost it would have paid for exclusive streaming rights. It's also a win for Hulu, which gains added exposure to Modern Family on a platform that, with The Office, is becoming a destination for comedy."