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Hulu's New Premium Service - Hulu Plus - Watch Hulu on your Samsung Blue Ray DVD Player Internet Ready TV or Sony PS3

Updated on November 29, 2010

Hulu Plus

Do you enjoy watching TV Online with Hulu?

Hulu has release their new Premium service called Hulu Plus. For $9.99 a month you can get Hulu Plus which gives you access to more content and lets you watch Hulu from more devices.

It will let you watch all of the episodes from the current seasons of many of the todays top shows, (like Glee, The Office and House) as well as the past seasons of popular shows, (like The X-Files, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Law & Order: SVU).

Mobile Devices

Hulu Plus for the iPhone
Hulu Plus for the iPhone
Hulu Plus for the iPad
Hulu Plus for the iPad

Hulu Plus on Mobile Devices

In addition to access to additional content Hulu Plus will give you access to Hulu on more Devices, not just your computer.

Hulu Plus will allow you to watch Hulu on Mobile Device letting you to stream full episodes your favorite TV shows right to your cell phone.

Support for the iPhone and iPad have already been released. You can download the Hulu Plus App right through the App Store.

Support for other Mobile Devices will be coming soon.

Note: Before you can start using Hulu Plus will need to wait for an invitation code. So sign up now to get your name on the top of the list.

Other Devices

Hulu Plus for Internet Ready Blueray Players
Hulu Plus for Internet Ready Blueray Players
Hulu Plus for the Sony PS3
Hulu Plus for the Sony PS3

Hulu Plus for Other Devices

Hulu Plus also allows offers support for other devices, including Internet Ready TV's and BlueRay Players.If you are looking at getting a new TV, DVD or BlueRay player and want to watch Hulu on it make sure to get a Samsung devices with Samsung Apps as they are currently supported. Internet Enabled TV's from Sony as well as Vizio are due to be supported in the fall of 2010.

If you do not have an internet ready TV you will still be able to use Hulu Plus to watch Hulu on your TV without going out and buying a new TV, DVD or Blueray player. Following in the footsteps of Netflix, who recently released instant videos and tv shows via Sony PS3, Microsoft XBox 360 or the Nintendo Wii, you will also be able to use Hulu Plus with your gaming console. Support for the Sony PS3 is due out soon followed by the Xbox 360 in early 2011.


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    • aperturering profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Raleigh, NC

      Hulu Plus is now available on the Roku!

    • Lamme profile image


      8 years ago

      This is really interesting. We use a Roku box and Netflix and love it. I'd be really interested in Hulu. Thanks!

    • Cassidella profile image


      8 years ago

      Hello Aperturering,

      This is an interesting update on Hulu. I wrote a hub about it some time ago and am very interested to see how this scenario plays out for Hulu. In the meantime, I will keep an eye on your other hot tips in technology! Thanks for sharing.


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