Hulu is a great choice among the other streaming services which are available on Apple TV. It gives you an opportunity to watch live TV, stream content from various networks, and watch Hulu originals. Sometimes, users may not know how to get Hulu on their Apple TV, so it’s time to know a bit more about this coll streaming platform.
The main thing to know is that, even though you can get the Hulu app and watch content on a basic Hulu account via Apple TV, you won’t be able to watch Hulu+Live TV if your account hasn’t been upgraded on a computer at first and if your Apple TV isn’t fourth generation or later model.
How to get Hulu to Apple TV
So, the Hulu app can be downloaded on Apple TV via the Apple App Store, even though it’s not available on previous Apple TV devices. It means, that if you’re an owner of an Apple TV 3 or earlier, you won’t have an opportunity to download the Hulu app directly to your device. However, there’s still one method that can help you. You can use AirPlay to transmit content to your Apple TV from other compatible Apple iOS devices, for example, your iPhone or iPad.
By the way, some users often face issues with loud commercials. Fortunately, we know the solution and why are Hulu commercials so loud and how to fix this.
How to watch Hulu on Apple TV
If you want to watch Hulu on Apple TV, you should follow the steps which would be mentioned in the section below:
- First of all, you should head to the App Store on the home screen of your Apple TV.
- After that, you should fill in “Hulu” into the search box, and when the app would be found, you should tap on “Get” to start the process of the download, then, fill in your Apple ID password if it’s required.
- Then, you should return to your Apple TV’s home screen and head to the Hulu app icon. To access it, you should tap on it.
- Next, you should Sign up/sign in via your personal information on the Hulu app.
- To complete the process, you should locate the show or movie you want to watch and then begin to watch it.
As Hulu is only available in the USA, many people who want to watch Hulu outside the country may be confused. Fortunately, there’s a solution to this issue, let’s get down.
How to watch Hulu on Apple TV in geo-restricted regions
Hulu, the same as Disney Plus, is under the Disney Walt Company’s ownership. It means, that it’s geo-restricted outside the United States. If you want to watch Hulu on Apple TV in geo-restricted regions, you should follow the prompts which would be mentioned in the section below:
- First of all, you should subscribe to a credible VPN service. To my mind, ExpressVPN is one of the best choices.
- After that, you should download and install the VPN app on your Apple TV.
- Then, you should head to the ‘My Account’ option and start Smart DS on your VPN app.
- Next, you’ll need to confirm your choice when you receive the confirmation email. Then, you should add Smart DNS to your Apple TV.
- After that, you should head to Apple Tv’s setting and click on Network then, you should choose wi-fi.
- Then, you should tap on the name of your network and click on Configure DNS.
- Next, you should tap on Manual, and fill in the 2 DNS IP addresses you have received on your VPN account.
- Since then, you should restart your Apple TV.
- After that, you should open the Hulu App on Apple TV.
- Then, you should download and install the Hulu app from App Store on your Apple TV.
- To complete the process, you should Sign up/Log in to Hulu via your personal info.
- Since then, you’ll be able to view all of your favorite Hulu shows and movies on Apple TV.
How to solve Hulu issues on Apple TV
Sometimes, users face some issues with Hulu on Apple TV. Fortunately, those problems can be fixed by the steps below:
- Update the App: The easiest way to fix this problem is to update both Hulu and your VPN software, and then attempt streaming Hulu again.
- Change the Server: The problem may be caused by the server which has gone down. You can attempt connecting to other compatible servers with Hulu.
- Restart VPN: Before you start the reconnection, you should detach the server and switch off your VPN. Then you should restart the Apple TV and connect to a working server.
- Reinstall both the Apps: If none of the above has helped, you can try to reinstall the Hulu and VPN apps and attempt watching Hulu again.
What devices do support Hulu except for Apple TV
You can watch Hulu on the following devices other than Apple TV:
- Android devices (TV, smartphones, and tablets)
- iPhones and iPad
- Mac and PC browser/apps
- Samsung TV
- Echo Show
- Fire Tablets
- Fire TV
- Fire TV Stick
- LG TV
- Nintendo Switch
- VIZIO SmartCast TVs
- Xfinity X1 TV Boxes
- Xfinity Flex Streaming TV Boxes
How much do Hulu cost on Apple TV
It doesn’t cost you a penny to download Hulu on Apple TV. However, if you want to watch Hulu content on your Apple TV you would definitely be required to subscribe to one of its subscription plans. Below you’ll find the information about the subscription plans:
Hulu Basic – $5.99/mo
Hulu offers five different plans that can be tried for 30 days for free. The most common one is Hulu. It’ll cost you only $5.99 monthly. This plan can be tried out free for 30 days. With this plan you’ll be able to watch Hulu original shows on TVs, laptops, phones, and tablets.
Hulu (No Ads) – $11.99/mo
If you prefer to entertain yourself without being distravted on deifferent adds, this plan is the best choice for you. Hulu (No Ads) will cost you only $11.99 monthly. You can also try it for free for 30 days. Moreover, users can watch Hulu shows without advertising using the plan. Subscribers with this plan are able to download and view Hulu shows on their devices.
Hulu + Live TV – $64.99/mo
The Hulu + Live TV combo will cost you only $64.99 per month. This plan can be tried out free only for 7 days. All of the features of the Hulu basic plan are included in this subscription plan. In addition to this, you won’t need any cable to receive access to Hulu’s Live TV, which contains over 65 channels, with this package. A Live TV guide will also be provided to assist customers in navigating all of the channels.