What Service are you going with? out of curiosityI don't blame this on Hulu. I blame this on the companies that are paying individual actors $200,000+ PER episode to keep them on the set. That in turn rolls down hill to us.
Don't get me started on ballparks, arenas, etc either. You can't go to a movie or a ballgame anymore without going broke.
All of these TV companies did just fine when signals were analog. I do not believe that they are charging out the butt now due to "network expenses" either.
It is greed. Actors make gazillions, sports figures make gazillions, TV and movie studio executives make gazillions. We pay for it all.
I am cutting the cord this month. Hulu will not be a service I will be using.
What Service are you going with? out of curiosity
I saw something on Twitter that it was supposed to be $11.99/month? What're they charging per month for the ad-supported "Plus" these days? I paid for Hulu for a little while, but eventually caved in and went for a cable plan and have since upgraded that to include HBO/etc. I only ever tried Hulu because I was in college at the time and they had a nice long trial if you signed up with a .edu email address.I said that if this was true I would give Hulu the ....well read the op.
Seems like this may be true.