Now through November 28, you’ll have a chance to subscribe to Hulu for less — just in time to ring in the Holiday season with “Fishes,” the star-studded Christmas episode of The Bear Season 2.
Normally $7.99/month, with Hulu’s Black Friday deal you’ll get the streamer’s ad-supported plan for $0.99/month over 12 months. At the end of one year, you’ll have saved $84 and streamed some of the best shows and movies out there.
If saving nearly 88% is something you’re into — this deal is for you.
This offer is available to new and eligible returning subscribers (if you canceled Hulu at least one month ago), and anyone who subscribes to Disney+ or ESPN+ separately without the Disney Bundle.
Hulu is perhaps best known for their next-day uploads of new ABC, Fox, and select NBC shows, so if Abbott Elementary airs on a Wednesday night, you’ll be able to stream it on Hulu as early as Thursday morning.
Hulu is also the streaming home for FX Networks. While some FX shows still air on cable and premiere on Hulu the following day, like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and the new fifth season of Fargo, others are FX series exclusive to Hulu — The Bear, Reservation Dogs, and the currently-airing A Murder at the End of the World are a few notable examples.
You can also stream Hulu originals like The Kardashians, Only Murders in the Building, and Black Cake with a Hulu (With Ads) subscription.
The streamer is also the first stop for 20th Century and Searchlight Pictures films once they leave theaters; notable recent releases include Theater Camp, Rye Lane, Prey, and The Menu.
This deal won’t be here forever; to take advantage of this $1/month offering, head over to Hulu now.
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