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Provider Monthly Price 6 Months Price 1 Year Price Pro and Contra Specials Supported Devices for Hulu Plus
$4.95 $27.50 $49.95
  • very good support
  • fast and easy setup
  • free trial and money back guarantee
  • doesnt support bitcoin
  • 7 days trial
  • 14 days money back guarantee
XBox 360, XBox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii, Wii U, Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Samsung Smart TV, LG Smart TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, Kindle Fire, Ubuntu, Western Digital TV
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$6.99 $35.95 $49.95
  • supports bitcoin
  • also offers VPN plans
  • 7 days money back
  • not clear which channel can be unblocked on which device for 100%
  • 7 days money back guarantee
XBox 360, XBox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii, Wii U, Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, LG Smart TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Boxee, Chromecast, Apple TV, Ubuntu
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$4.90 $26.90 $34.90
  • long trial period + money back
  • supports lots of devices, countries and channels
  • doesnt support bitcoin
  • not clear which channel works on which device for 100%
  • 14 days free trial
  • 30 days money back guarantee
XBox 360, XBox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii, Wii U, PS Vita, Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, LG Smart TV, Philips Smart TV, Panasonic Smart TV, Toshiba Smart TV, Smart TV, Roku, Now TV Box, Amazon Fire TV, Boxee, Chromecast, Apple TV, Google TV, Kindle Fire, Ubuntu
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$6.95 $49.95
  • very clear which channel is supported by which device
  • supports bitcoin and altcoins
  • no telephone support
  • 3 days free trial
  • 30 Days Money Back Guarantee
XBox 360, XBox One, Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Samsung Smart TV, Roku, Apple TV
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$4.95 $19.95 $36.95
  • has VPN and SmartDNS offers
  • supports bitcoin
  • very clear which channels are supported by which device
  • only a limited number of channels available
  • 15 days money back guarantee
XBox 360, PlayStation 3, Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Ubuntu
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$4.95 $22.95 $38.95
  • supports bitcoin
  • 7 days free trial
  • website shows clearly which channel works on which device for 100%
  • supports only a limited amount of channels & devices
  • 7 days free trial!
  • 3 days money back
XBox 360, PlayStation 3, Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Smart TV, Roku, Apple TV
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$3.49 $16.09 $27.29
  • supports anonymous payment methods
  • also offers vpn service
  • 30 days money back
  • Unblocks only US and UK
  • 7 days free trial!
  • 30 days money back
  • Unblocks US and UK
  • has VPN + Smart DNS offers
XBox 360, Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Samsung Smart TV, Roku, Apple TV
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The video portal Hulu is an internet platform with a chargeable video-on-demand service with compulsory registration. TV series, feature films and trailers from the American media groups NBC, FOX, ABC and other providers are streamed in Flash video format. Hulu.com is a joint venture of NBC Universal, Fox Entertainment Group, Time Warner and Disney-ABC Television Group and is currently only available to users with a US IP address.

In addition to the browser-based platform, the Flash-based Hulu Desktop software also exists.

In 2009, Chase Carey, Vice President of News Corporation, stated that Hulu would soon have to introduce a payment model. On November 17, 2010, Hulu Plus, an additional payment service, was introduced that provides users with more content from existing TV series. Hulu Plus is available on several platforms: Apple TV, Blu-ray players, smart TVs, smartphones and tablets, consoles (Microsoft: Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox One S, Nintendo: 3DS, Wii, Nintendo Switch, Sony: PlayStation 3 and 4), Roku Streaming Player and WD TV Media Player.

In the summer of 2011, it became known that the current owners wanted to sell the platform and are therefore in talks with Yahoo, Microsoft and Google. The sale process was halted in the autumn of 2011, partly because Hulu was unable to offer long-term rights to use the video content and the price offered was too low for the owners. The sale process was stopped in the autumn of 2011.

Hulu’s free service was discontinued at the end of 2016.