ilikemoneygreen said:Rofl, I have satellite, I guess this automatically eliminates me from their service. :happy3: I really dont care about this story though, so what if they did? I take that if they take off commercials. If they do both thats like taking it from the front and the back.... I have already canceled my service though because of the ads. Netflix is better and I can watch my show without being shot with commercials. I also have amazon prime. Why should i get HULU too? They are giving the customer no reason to buy them.
They are smart to get out while they can, especially if the above happens. So I got a Hulu Plus subscription because you can't watch Hulu on a Roku without Plus. But behold!!!! The TV show that I want to watch, even though I'm paying for Plus, is not available on my device and is only viewable from a desktop computer. Hulu Plust = Canceled the next day.
It's weird when I google something and see an old topic come up only to now be able to go, wait we are now experiencing what this topic was talking about.
Yeah and that's such BS. It's just their way of propping up a passé business model.not sure what you mean but for the last few years, in order to watch some network shows on hulu, you needed a cable (or satellite) subscription - even if you paid for hulu.
Popcorn time casts any movie or show to a smart device in your house free of charge and can be installed on any android, Apple or windows platform.
I understand having free Netflix or Amazon prime. But Hulu? Why?