During the pandemic, one thing’s for certain: we all delved into the world of streaming platforms like it was our last day on Earth––and rightfully so. Either with your friends or your family, streaming has been the number one past time activity we’ve all engaged in.
One of the streamers out there, besides Netflix and YouTube, is Hulu––and they’re making a name for themselves as well. With a lot of old and upcoming shows for you to enjoy, the streaming platform has been one of the most consistent in the game.
If you do have an account, this question might have stumbled in your brain: how many people can watch their Hulu account at once?
Well, let’s start off with the basics. Hulu is a digital product and fortunately doesn’t have any surprising overhead––making it really affordable at under $15. If you do want to splurge a little, there’s a treat waiting for you with Hulu’s products:
- Hulu (without ads) + Live TV: $60.99/month
- Hulu (with ads) + Live TV: $54.99/month
- Hulu Ad-Free: $11.99/month
- Hulu with Ads: $5.99/month
Though you know you can connect to the services offered by Hulu, the streamer will know if there’s more than one device connected––making it only possible for two (2) devices at once to access the services. It’s definitely not bad for families who have multiple TVs to watch using the streaming platform at the same time, it’s just that spreading it more would cause a few altercations with the platform. You will realize pretty soon that it’s a tad more limiting than that of Netflix’s prowess.