Under lockdown, and running out of shows to watch? Hulu has extended its free trial period from one week to a generous one month offer. That means that when you sign up, you'll get one month for free. Every month after that, you pay the cost of your plan. In short, it's never been a better time to sign up for Hulu.
Hulu is one of the best TV streaming services , and with hundreds of quality shows and movies to choose from, it's easy to see why. Especially if you love television, Hulu is the right choice for you. Watch critically-acclaimed shows like The Handmaid's Tale and see what everyone is talking about. There's no shortage of features to watch, so you won't want to cancel your subscription, even after the lockdown is lifted.
Hulu's two most popular plans are its ad-free and with-ads plans, the former costing $11.99 after the first month, and the latter just $5.99 after the first month. Hulu's cheapest plan is its most popular, and for the price, it's a steal - that's less than what you would pay for lunch!
Get 1 month of Hulu free at sign up
As lockdowns and stay-at-home orders are extended around the country, Hulu is now offering 1 month of its service for free after you sign up for a subscription. Watch popular shows like The Handmaid's Tale, Veronica Mars, and more, and you'll want to keep your subscription. View Deal
But that's not all Hulu has to offer. The platform now offers deal bundles that you'll want to consider if you're new to Hulu. Hulu + Live TV runs for $54.99 a month, and right now, you can get your first week of the service for free. It's exactly what it sounds like: get over 60 channels live without needing to pay for cable. You'll get programming from those channels on-demand, too.
If you were thinking about getting Disney Plus at the same time, opt for the Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ bundle for just $12.99 per month. There's programming for the whole family, from kids to adults. Disney Plus is another fantastic choice of all the streaming services, and now you can get two of the best ones for one low price. This subscription is ad-supported and has no free trial, but we still think that it's well worth your money.