How to Watch Hulu on your TV - Watch Hulu Plus on your Internet Enabled Television or DVD Player

Hulu on your TV

Watching Hulu on your TV just got a lot easier with the release of Hulu's new premium service, Hulu Plus. With Hulu Plus, they have added support for many new devices that can be used to Watch Hulu on your TV.

You have always been able to hook your computer up to your tv. But you have to have the right ports and get the right cables to hook it up. These devices allow for a more simple setup. Plus you will not need to hook your laptop up everytime you want to stream your episodes of your favorite shows onto your TV.

Internet Enabled TV's

As the name implies, these Internet Enabled Televesions let you watch TV as well as connect to the internet.

Hulu Plus is already available for the Samsung line of Internet Enabled TV's, with Samsung Apps. Support for Sony and Vizio Internet TV's is due to be released soon.

This is the most expensive option, but if your in the market for a new TV you mind as well look at getting an Internet Enabled TV.

Internet Enabled DVD and BlueRay Players

 If your TV is not Internet Enabled you can use attach an Ineternet Enabled DVD or BlueRay Player to it, allowing you to watch Hulu through it.

Again, Samsung devices with Samsung Apps on them are currently supported. Other devices will be released in the future.

Gaming Consoles

You probably already have an internet enabled device hooked up to your TV, your gaming console.

Hulu will be releasing support for the Sony PS3 as well as the Microsoft Xbox 360. There is no mention of support for the Wii on their website yet.

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Daniel James 2 years ago

Thanks for sharing! I love Hulu plus especially because I can watch the latest Family Guy episodes 1 day after they air. If you live outside USA like me, you can use UnoTelly or other similar tools to access Hulu Plus overseas.

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