If you have not seen it yet, Hulu is offering a really worthwhile deal for a year-long subscription. The Black Friday/Cyber Monday offer allows users get it for $1.99 per month. This price provides users with the ad-supported version of Hulu’s on-demand service, not its live TV service. The service, which is owned by Disney, allows users to watch content from all of the major broadcast networks featuring content from FOX, ABC and NBC within 24-hours of airing. There are hours of content from CBS as well, but no current series, as CBS has them behind their own paywall at CBS-All Access.
Hulu produces its own original content with its biggest hit being The Handmaids Tale. It has contracts with multiple film distributors that give subscribers access to thousands of movies every month with content rotating in and out throughout the year.
Deals like this typically only come around once a year and amount to a savings of 65% over the year. Hulu’s regular price for ad-supported service is 5.99. The regular price for a year comes to $71.88 while taking advantage of the discount will net the service $23.88. If you think of it, that is a year of TV and movies for about the cost of a tank of gas or a bucket of fried chicken.
Hulu can be accessed on every major streaming platform, via mobile phones and tablets from IOS and Android as well as via computers via a browser.