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Your Hulu plan is about to get more expensive

Your Hulu plan is about to get more expensive

Birds gotta fly, fish gotta swim, streaming television services gotta get more expensive. So it goes with Hulu, the latest cord-cutting library of movies, TV shows, and original productions to get a little bit more expensive, and hope you won't notice. The price jump is scheduled for October 8th, after which most Hulu subscribers will be paying an extra dollar every month.

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Hulu finally gets HDR support on some devices, but not the ones we were hoping for most

Hulu finally gets HDR support on some devices, but not the ones we were hoping for most

Listen up, streaming nerds: if you really want to make the best out of your low-cost, cord-cutting entertainment setup, you'll need to pour at least ten grand into an awesome home theater setup. Which won't help at all if your streaming service of choice doesn't actually support all of that eye-melting hi-fi tech. So what took y'all so long, Hulu?

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Hulu's one of the few companies that remembers Android has widgets

Hulu's one of the few companies that remembers Android has widgets

Look, watching a never-ending stream of television episodes probably isn't great for you. But streaming services basically live on that behavior, so they're not gonna judge you for it. In fact, they'd like you to binge a little more. To that end, Hulu is adding a couple of widgets to its Android app.

New widgets! In the Year of our Lord 2021! I wonder what got them thinking about those again?

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Hulu's latest app update adds a long-overdue tool for efficient binge watching

Hulu's latest app update adds a long-overdue tool for efficient binge watching

There are plenty of TV shows with wonderful intros. But even the best ones will grate on you if you're watching your seventh episode on a lazy Saturday afternoon. Hulu realizes this, and has added a "skip intro" button to its interface on Android, as it's had on the web and at least some smart TV platforms for over a year.

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Samsung wants you to buy a Galaxy S21 Ultra so bad, it made a whole TV show about its camera

Samsung wants you to buy a Galaxy S21 Ultra so bad, it made a whole TV show about its camera

Samsung really wants you to know that the Galaxy S21 Ultra has, in its opinion, the best camera you can buy on a smartphone today. These days, it's not enough for the phone's photography capabilities to be praised in reviews. You have to meet with consumers on their level, and in 2021, what do ordinary people love more than an overabundance of streaming services? That's why Samsung is teaming up with Hulu to produce an original reality show called Exposure, in which competitors will be given photography challenges focused around shooting with — you guessed it — a Galaxy S21 Ultra.

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Get ready to enjoy Hulu on Android TV at the resolution you assumed you were already

Get ready to enjoy Hulu on Android TV at the resolution you assumed you were already

Hulu streams 4K content to Apple TV, Fire TV, and Chromecast Ultra owners, but it has never raised the resolution cap beyond 720p for most with Android TV. Some reports, however, indicate that things may be taking a step up for the forlorn platform.

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Hulu drops ad-supported plan to $2/mo for students

Hulu drops ad-supported plan to $2/mo for students

For the past two years, Hulu has discounted its ad-supported subscription to $2 per month during Black Friday, down from the usual $5.99/mo. If you're a student, you can now get the same discount year-round.

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Hulu officially launches Watch Party feature that lets you stream with up to 7 other people

Hulu officially launches Watch Party feature that lets you stream with up to 7 other people

Watching movies together is one of the best parts of the holidays, but this simple activity could prove much more difficult this season thanks to COVID-19. Thankfully, more streaming services are starting to adapt to the evolving needs of their subscribers. Hulu is the latest to do so with the official launch of Watch Party today, letting you watch your favorite holiday classics along with your friends and family.

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Hulu's ad-supported plan is only $2/mo for a year right now

Hulu's ad-supported plan is only $2/mo for a year right now

With the launch of services like CBS All Access, Peacock, and Disney+, Hulu isn't quite the definitive place to watch every TV show you want anymore. However, it does still have a sizable catalog of stuff to watch from many different networks (plus a few decent exclusive movies/shows), and now you can enjoy all of it for $2/mo with Hulu's Black Friday offer.

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Hulu raises live TV subscription cost for the second time in a year

Hulu raises live TV subscription cost for the second time in a year

To quote Batman, "You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain." That certainly applies to TV streaming services, which all started as cheaper alternatives to cable, but later became just as expensive as cable with the rising costs of bundling channels. YouTube TV recently increased its monthly cost to $65, and now Hulu's live TV option is following suit.

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