TV episodes and individual films regularly rotate on and off of Hulu,
in accordance with the site’s agreements with the content providers.
The site’s candor is impressive; it explains the limits placed on each show,
and episodes and clips are marked with icons that indicate their expiration dates.
But the removal of entire shows is unusual,
especially one as popular as “The Daily Show.” （ＮＹＴ March 2, 2010）