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Have You Tried Netflix Yet? How About Hulu
I now have three of the Roku devices and I watch Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go and other services on it and its much better than Cable TV. In fact its not even the same product. I feel like I can finally watch TV Shows and Movies when I want to. Everyone should check out this great new product. Have you tried it.
I have not tried Netflix, I use Hulu, but only the free one. I would not mind paying for those things and getting rid of cable. However, my mom lives with me, and she is technophobic. Because of her, I cannot get rid of cable, and that's enough TV for me.
I have been a Netflix subscriber for about eight years. I have used Hulu occasionally, but am not too familiar with it. I watch HBO Go sometimes too. I don't have a Roku, maybe I should try that sometime.
I use hulu (free) and crackle for watching movies and television shows. Youtube also has some pages created by sponsers that pay fees to provide tv shows and movies for the viewers.
I have cable, but rarely watch half of the tv channels. My wife and I love foodnetwork, Nick Jr. HGTV and syfy. We do like Travel channel on friday nights for ghost adventures, and some other shows, but it is mostly foodnetwork. Oh and BBC America for Doctor who and kitchen nightmares.
Netflix is awesome. We use it instead of TV at the house. But there is always something missing from it. A lot of people talk about Hulu and I'd like to try it soon.
I have subscribed to Netflix for about a year. At $7.99 per month for unlimited viewing on as many devices as you want, this is a great deal. I have watched every episode of Monk and am working on Battlestar Galactica now.
I prefer Hulu Since it offers a free and paid version, it also has some newer episodes of good anime shows such as one piece, about a week or so after it is released or aired. I am not saying all shows are like that but it all comes down to your own experiences with Hulu and Netflix. Since my own personal experience may differ from someone else.
by Peeples3 years ago
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by Curtis5 years ago
Just a fun post for everyone. I'd like to know your favourite tv series and why, that's all I'm personally torn between The Walking Dead and Prison Break, although I think PB takes the spot but only just. Would love to...
by Paul Edmondson8 years ago
I don't watch much tv, but I've seen some new shows on Hulu this year. I think it's pretty good for watching an episode of a new show and seeing if you like it since you can select and play as much of a show as you...
by Elayne2 years ago
Do you binge watch shows on Netflix? What shows do you like?
by falconfan7 years ago
i want to watch canadian tv shows in hulu america
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