It's summer (well in a couple of days it will officially be summer), which means that you have a lot more time on your hands. That also means that there is a lot more time to binge some shows that you've been wanting to watch all year long. Now is the time to do so, and Hulu has a ton of great shows available.
Hulu is a great service to sign up for and use for the summer and then cancel it once the summer is over. Since it is only a few bucks a month. It's priced at $5.99 for commercials and then $11.99 for no commercials.
It also has a number of great shows available, including a ton of originals. This includes names like The Handmaid's Tale, They Come Knocking, Ask Dr. Ruth, Catch-22, All That We Destroy and many more. There is also a new weekly show from The New York Times called "The Weekly" which is a pretty nice weekly show to watch. It is basically mini documentaries about different subjects. A recent episode was about the decline of yellow cabs in New York City and how some cab drivers are either declaring bankruptcy and in some extreme cases, committing suicide.
Not only does Hulu have a ton of original shows - with plenty more on the way - it also has a ton of shows from different networks. So if you're not one that watches a lot of TV during the summer, but there are still some shows you want to watch, Hulu is a great option. Just about every show from ABC and Disney are on Hulu, as well as NBC. But when it comes to some other networks, the offerings are a bit more sparse. This is because Disney owns the majority of Hulu, and Comcast owns a big stake in it as well (who also owns NBC).
So you're going to find a ton of great shows to watch on Hulu, that is going to make your summer pretty interesting.
Wondering what platforms Hulu is on? No need. It's available virtually everywhere. That includes Android, iOS, Android TV, Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Fire Tablets, Roku, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and many more. Basically, any platform you have, Hulu is likely available on. That's a great thing to see too. You can watch it anywhere, anytime.
Hulu has these two plans for its on-demand service, which is as low as $5.99. That's a pretty good price, considering all the content that is available here. But it also has Live TV, which is $45/month. This has over 50 channels that you can watch, it also has Cloud DVR and so much more. If you do want to watch baseball this summer, or some other content that is not on Hulu, then this is the route to go. And for $45, you also get Hulu's library of content that is normally $5.99 per month. Making it a win/win for everyone.
If you are not a Hulu subscriber, you can sign up for a free seven-day trial and really check out the service. Just hit the link below to get started.