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Hulu Live TV Channels List 2020: The Complete Guide

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The Hulu Live TV channels list has plenty of options for everyone. We cover the 65+ channels on the Hulu Live TV channel guide and how the platform works.

The Hulu channels list is one of the best available. It combines live programming from popular networks like ESPN and HGTV with a vast library of on-demand content.

Most importantly, the platform costs less than half the average cable bill.

How Much is hulu live tv?

 

It currently runs $54.99 per month for the service, and you can use the 7-day free trial to see if you like the service. Learn more about the different plans the provider offers, which devices you can stream Hulu Plus on and all the details about this streaming service in our Hulu with Live TV review.

what channels are on hulu?

 

ChannelChannel
ABCESPNNASA TV
ABC News LiveESPNewsNBC
ACC NetworkESPNUNBC Golf
A&EESPN College ExtraNBC SN
Animal PlanetESPN Bases LoadedNational Geographic
Big Ten Network (BTN)ESPN Goal LineNat Geo Wild
BoomerangFOXOlympic Channel
BravoFOX BusinessOxygen
Cartoon NetworkFOX NewsPop
CBSFood NetworkQVC
CBSNFS1SEC ESPN
CBS Sports NetworkFS2Smithsonian Channel
CNBCFXSyFy
CNNFXMTBS
CNN InternationalFXXTCM
CWFreeformTelemundo
CheddarHGTVTLC
Cozi TVHistory ChannelTNT
Discovery ChannelHeadline NewsUniversal HD
Disney ChannelInvestigation DiscoveryUSA
Disney JrLifetimeViceland
Disney XDMSNBCMotorTrend
E!ESPN2

Local networks are included for no added fee, which isn’t typical among streaming services. This includes all live local, regional, and national channels available in your area.

A subscription avoids the need for a digital antenna (like the Mohu Leaf that we use) to get local channels.

Sports fans will love the fact that all of the ESPN channels as well as Fox Sports are included. That makes Hulu Live one of the best ways to watch sports without cable.

Other streaming services make you choose between ESPN or Fox Sports channels, or between sports and lifestyle / entertainment channels.

Hulu Live doesn’t make you choose one or the other. It gives you the best and most popular live, local, sports, news and entertainment content for one reasonable monthly cost.

hulu Local Channels

 

As was already mentioned, a subscription includes local channels. Unlike other cable alternatives, which either don’t offer local channels or charge a fee, Hulu Live comes with them.

For no extra cost you can enjoy all the live local, regional, and national channels available in your area.

hulu Add-on channels

 

If you want premium channels or additional channels beyond the 65+ channels included in a subscription, you can add them on for an extra cost.

Premium channel add-ons include the following popular packages:

  • HBO – $14.99 per month
  • Cinemax – $9.99 per month
  • SHOWTIME – $10.99 per month
  • STARZ – $8.99 per month

In addition to premium channels, you can supplement your Hulu channels list experience with two different packages for an extra cost:

  • Entertainment Package – $7.99 per month, which includes: American Heroes, CNBC World, Cooking Channel, Destination America, Discovery Family, Discovery Life, DIY Network, FYI, LMN and Science.
  • Español Package – $4.99 per month, which includes: CNN en Español, Discovery en Español, Discovery Familia, ESPN Deportes, History Channel en Español and Universo.

Lastly, if you’re a Disney fan, they bundle Disney+ with Hulu and ESPN+, saving you 25 percent versus individually subscribing to each platform.

Read our Disney+ app review to learn how the service works.

Read our review of ESPN+ to learn how that service works.

what shows are on hulu?

 

Part of the reason Hulu Live is able to offer so many popular channels is because the major TV networks started the streaming giant.

This makes it easy for Hulu Plus to offer live and on-demand access to a number of the most popular shows.

Some of the most binge worthy shows include:

  • Atlanta, This is Us, The Handmaid’s Tale, Harlots, Castle Rock
  • American Horror Story, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Community
  • Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Arrested Development
  • Seinfeld, Black-ish, Superstore, Vikings, Preacher, Schitt’s Creek
  • Star Trek (the original series and the Next Generation)

From drama to comedy to sci-fi, horror and reality TV, you can watch a lot of stellar content. If you don’t see your favorite show listed here, chances are good that it is included in the Hulu TV shows list.

questions viewers ask

 

Does Hulu Live Have A DVR?

Along with “what channels do you get with Hulu?” whether or not it comes with a DVR is one of the most asked questions we receive about the streaming provider.

Hulu Live has one of the largest streaming libraries on the market. It makes sense that you’d want a DVR to help you watch it all.

The base package includes:

  • 50 hours of cloud DVR storage
  • The ability to watch content on two screens at a time
  • Ability to watch live TV on your favorite device (iOS, Android, Roku, Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Samsung Smart TVs, LG smart TVs, Nintendo Switch)

Fifty hours of free DVR storage may be enough for you, unless you are an avid sports fan and have many games you want to record throughout the year. If that’s the case, you can upgrade to the enhanced cloud DVR option.

The enhanced cloud DVR add-on allows you to record up to 200 hours of content. Other plusses include:

  • Fast-forward through commercials
  • No limit on simultaneous recordings
  • Ability to stream your recordings anywhere, on supported devices

The extra 150 hours of recording will cost you an extra $14.99 per month. If you record a lot of content, you may find that add-on worth the cost.

How many TVs can you stream at once?

Another add-on your household may appreciate is the unlimited screens feature.

With so many Hulu Live TV channels to enjoy, your family may want to watch three or more different shows at once, all on various devices.

If that’s the case, you may want to upgrade beyond the two screens at once option, which is included in the base subscription.

Adding unlimited screens will cost you $14.99 per month. That may be too expensive for you, but if your family is constantly fighting over the remote, you may find it worth the cost.

What are the available plans?

There are three plans:

Hulu: This plan contains ads, with no live TV. This is the cheapest plan, at $5.99 per month. You must wait 24 hours after air date to watch any network shows.

Hulu (no ads): This plan is an upgrade from the $5.99 per month plan, but you benefit from no ads on most shows. You must still wait 24 hours to watch network shows. This plan costs $11.99 per month.

Hulu + Live TV: This plan operates like cable, offering you everything offered in the Hulu channels list above. There is no delay on content as the live version operates just like cable, albeit with no contract.

This plan costs $54.99 per month, and the best of the packages if you want a total replacement to cable.

Regardless of the plan you choose you receive access to all of their original content. It’s also possible to move between plans at your choosing.

Can I watch on two devices at the same time?

Yes and no. When you create an account you set your home location. That is the only location you can watch on a TV.

You can watch on mobile devices in different locations, but you’re unable to watch on a TV in two separate locations. With a Live subscription you can watch on two devices at once, but that does not apply to on-demand content.

 

Summary

 

If you’re wondering what channels are on Hulu, the platform has plenty to offer. Having tried the service ourselves many times, we can say from firsthand experience that it’s the most expansive and offers the closest experience to cable on the market.

*Related: Want to cut the cord but don’t know which platform to pick? Check out our Hulu or Netflix guide to see which platform is best.*

One of the best features is the amount of on-demand content you get with a subscription. Not only can you watch first run episodes of your favorite shows when they air, you can catch up on all the past episodes easily.

Finally, it’s also fun and easy to discover new shows. We did that recently with DuckTales, and found a new family favorite to enjoy.

To wrap it up, here are our highlights of the streaming service:

  • 65+ channels of live TV
  • Local channels included
  • ESPN, FS1 and many more sports channels included
  • CNN, HGTV, A&E, USA and more popular networks included
  • 50 hours of cloud DVR
  • Stream on two screens
  • Works with all popular devices including Roku, Chromecast, Android, Apple TV, and Fire TV
  • Ability to add on HBO and other premium channels seamlessly

If you’re looking for an affordable cord cutting solution but still want to be able to watch ESPN without cable and plenty of other popular content from local and major networks, give the platform a try.

As is the case with all the popular streaming services, Hulu Live offers a 7-day free trial to test drive their content experience for yourself.

 

What other questions do you have about the available channels? What channel(s) have you had a hard time finding access to on streaming services? Is cable worth the $110 average price tag?

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252 Comments

  • Francis Hanrahan says:

    Im planning on cancelling my verizon. I would love to know if NESN is included in the local catagory listed. no bruins/no red sox/no deal. any info out there would be greatly apreciated.
    thanks
    frank

  • Bob says:

    Will the major sports networks be added MLB,NHL,NFL also Reelz network.

  • Cheryl Ferrand says:

    Do I need to buy an indoor antenna to get Hulu?

    • John Schmoll says:

      Nope, all you need is a smart-TV to get Hulu. You can even access it on a computer or smartphone.

      • Susan says:

        But how do you know if you have a”smart tv”. Both of my current tv’s were gifts. So I’m not sure

        • John Schmoll says:

          It depends on when the TV was made and if the TVs have apps installed on them. If it’s old and doesn’t have any installed apps then it’s highly like it’s not a smart TV.

          • Maggie says:

            But if you have an older TV, you can still get Hulu Live if you stream thru a Roku box though right? Just checking because mine is not a smart TV.

  • Donald Mailer says:

    Is the Golf Channel and European Soccer League available thru HULU?

    • John Schmoll says:

      Nope, neither are offered by Hulu unfortunately. The list included in the post has all the channels they offer. 🙂

  • AndrewCCM says:

    Do they ever plan to roll-out a REAL TV guide? Only being able to see what’s playing next is a complete and utter disaster for some of us trying to convince spouse to drop satellite.

    • John Schmoll says:

      I don’t know about that Andrew. I know that most streaming platforms fall short in that area unfortunately. However, it should also be pointed that savings of at least $50+ per month are worth it to sacrifice a guide.

  • Michael says:

    How many devices can be watch at one time without adding the unlimited feature for $15

  • Becky says:

    Can you watch walking dead with hulu live?

  • Mary Massingill says:

    Is there any possibility that you will offer the Hallmark channels?

    • John Schmoll says:

      That would be up to Hulu, so I’m not certain. Philo TV is a great option to get the Hallmark channels.

    • Sal says:

      I learned the other day that Hallmark has their own streaming service, supposedly commercial-free for $5.99 per month. I need to research more however.Seems Hallmark offerings are in short supply among vendors.

      • John Schmoll says:

        Yes, that is correct. We discuss that in our guide on how to watch Hallmark channel without cable.

        • Jenni says:

          I tried the Hallmark streaming service but it is nowhere near the same as what is available on my cable channel. It is more like an archive of older movies and series. I wanted it to catch up on a series that was in season four and all that was offered was season one. Also, I wanted those corny holiday movies and maybe 2 newer ones were playing and the rest were much older. Additionally, there weren’t very many of them. That was back in January, I don’t know if it has changed since then, but they do offer a free trial period.

      • Leonard Hoggatt says:

        How do you go about getting Hulu? I have in past year left Time Warner, and now Dish for dropping channels, my sports channels are very important to me, what are the chances I will have same problem with Hulu Live?

        • John Schmoll says:

          Getting Hulu Live is simple. Just click on the link in the post and you can have an account within five minutes. They’re a great alternative for those losing channels.

  • Rick says:

    Can you take Hulu with you on vacation or a summer home?

  • Connie says:

    Can you get BTN on Hulu?

  • Susie says:

    What about Chicago sports (Cubs, Bears, Blackhawks)? What NFL games can you watch and NCAA games?

  • Wendi Gillan says:

    Can I get Fox Sports North in Waterloo, Iowa?

  • Alyssa M Kenney says:

    So hulu does not have MTV or vh1?

  • Sandy says:

    If im getting hulu for free with dprint, do you get a discount on live

  • Carrie says:

    I’m in SoCal, can I get KTLA5 on Hulu?

  • Doty Rogalski says:

    Can you binge all seasons on provided list of channels on hulu live? Animal Kingdom to be exact

  • Deborah Croxton says:

    I already have Hulu Plus, with that go away with the Live subscription. Also, does it affect the cost?

    • John Schmoll says:

      Nope, it’s an upgrade to it so you still get all the features of the on-demand, plus live TV. Your price would move up to $44.99 by making the move.

      • Sally says:

        Is that $44.99 total or $11.99 plus for a total of = $56.98?

        • John Schmoll says:

          Good question Sally. It’s an all-inclusive price so they don’t charge you for both options if that make sense. If you go with Live, you get all of the benefits of the lower non-live version thrown in at no extra cost.

  • Tom says:

    I have signed up for free trial & cannot find NBA channel. Evidently not available on any pkg?

  • Yvette Sierra says:

    Does Hulu live offer Paramount channel, don’t see it on list at all.

  • annette chunn says:

    would i be able to see Mayans on FX. I tried fubo and couldn’t get Mayans. I would also like to see all the episodes of Mayans

  • Cecilia says:

    I wrote a very large comment telling you how much I love Hulu and what a great job you did explaining everything about Hulu live. I also had to laugh about how many people asked about a channel and you would repeat each time, no if it’s not on the list. Well, I hope you got my lost comment. Thanks for all the great info.

  • Sheila Snyser says:

    Omg. Thank you soooo much. I’m an oldie (but goodie) and struggle with anything new initially. You’ve answered all of my questions! I just signed up😘

  • laura says:

    How often do new channels get added to the lineup?

  • Donnie Pasley says:

    I don’t see any options for the Hallmark channel. An you add it separate or is just not available

  • Julie says:

    Can we get Nickelodeon?

  • Tony says:

    How do you tape future airings without a guide?

    • John Schmoll says:

      Good question Tony! When you search for a show/see it in their limited guide it gives you the option to tape new episodes.

  • Debbie Halbert says:

    Can I get fox Midwest channel for st.louis cardinals games.

  • Lisa Miller says:

    I currently have Hulu w/o commercials. Is there an option for Hulu live w/o commercials?

    • John Schmoll says:

      Unfortunately there isn’t Lisa. Hulu Live operates just like any other cable platform so there are commercials.

  • Tom Young says:

    Hi, is MLB network a Premium channel add-on for Hulu?

  • John says:

    Can I sign on to Hulu Live at my primary house in Pa and also use it at a vacation home in New Jersey when I am not in Pa. Or am I restricted to one location, even though I would not be simultaneously signing on in Pa and New Jersey?

  • Marilyn E Hall says:

    I like Hulu, but when or are you going to get AMC added to your line up? I really miss The Walking dead and all the new shows they are adding. Then you would be perfect!

  • Linda says:

    Getting ready to cut the cord, so with HULU, can I watch the following networks: E, HGTV, Food Network, USA and TLC channels? And do I have to have a cable or tv provider to watch any of these? Thank you.

  • Shirley says:

    Will you please add the Paramount Network to HULU?

    • John Schmoll says:

      We love that you think that WE are Hulu. Sadly, we’re not so we have no power to add any channels. 🙂

  • Bridget says:

    Thanks for the great info! Can I fast forward commercials when watching a Cloud DVR recording, and how long do the episodes remain in the cloud before watching? Thanks!

    • John Schmoll says:

      Of course, happy to help. You can’t fast-forward unfortunately. You’d need to upgrade to their expanded DVR offering which costs $15 per month. It doesn’t have an expiration date as it goes solely off of the space in your DVR.

  • Jr Augustine says:

    How do I watch it on more than two TVs?

    • John Schmoll says:

      You would need to add their unlimited screens add-on, which is $15 per month. It allows you to watch on up to five screens, or three devices.

  • Rita Harris says:

    I did not see PBS channel. Is that available on Hulu? Everything else sounds great.

    • John Schmoll says:

      As of right now, PBS is not available on Hulu Live. It’s actually an issue with PBS and not the streaming provider as they’ve not made it possible for streaming providers to air their content. That said, you can get PBS with any digital antenna. 🙂

  • TLong says:

    Is TBN and WORD available on Hulu?

  • Lori Barcus says:

    Does Hulu Live include the Paramount Network?

    • John Schmoll says:

      Nope, if it’s not listed specifically in the list within the post then they don’t offer the channel. 🙂

  • Mel says:

    So if you buy the upgrade to watch tv on more than 2 devices at a time, how many total devices can you watch Hulu on? I have a large family . Thx

  • Bea Brownfield says:

    Are the shows in real time? For instance would I be able to watch the new season of American Horror Story the same night it is on cable tv?

    • John Schmoll says:

      Yep, they’re aired the same time as on cable. That has nothing to do with the service, it’s the channel. 🙂

  • Donnie Pasley says:

    Can I get a music channel on hula live

  • Russ Wall says:

    Is there a philipino Chanel available

  • Debra says:

    Can I get the ION channel on Hulu?

  • Beverly Murphy says:

    this might be the answer to cutting cable for me: question i have 2 tv’s; on one i have my Blue ray player which allows me to get Netflix, Amazon, HULU etc. my other tv does not have a Blue Ray and isn’t a ‘smart’ tv. would i still be able to access HULU LIve on the TV with out the Blue Ray player? I currently have HULU basic account ( paused for summer, not home alot) and can’t get on the other TV but didn’t know if HULU Live would allow

    • John Schmoll says:

      Good question Beverly. You’d need something to access it on the non-smart TV. If it has an HDMI input you can use a Roku or Fire Stick to essentially convert it.

  • Terry Lewis says:

    How will all this streaming effect my inter net provider connection. up loading and down loading specifically. Does it require more band width and band space requiring more costs for the internet service?

    • John Schmoll says:

      That depends on the streaming service you use, but for Hulu they recommend at least 6 Mbps for standard Hulu and 8 Mbps for Hulu Live. You may need more if you’re on multiple devices. 🙂

  • Debra Bollinger says:

    Couldn’t find Weather Channel on any list? Id this offered our no?

  • Linda Bohannon says:

    Tv is TCL ROKU which is not a standard remote. After I drop Direct TV, what kind of remote should I get? Also have a Samsung smart tv.
    Will I be able to watch HULU TV on
    both?

    • John Schmoll says:

      I’m not certain on the remote, unfortunately. The Roku remote very well could work as I know our Fire Stick remote works with it. Yep, you’ll be good. 🙂

  • Debbie Norris says:

    Are ABC, NBC, FOX and CBS all live broadcasts and not on demand with Hulu Live TV basic package? Can I record shows on all them and watch it a few hours later? How many shows can you record simultaneously?

  • Niki says:

    Is re-watching shows only available through the DVR service? Is there an “on demand” option to watch previously aired shows any time after their air date?

    • John Schmoll says:

      No, you can access any shows they offer after they air – 24 hours after. Assuming it’s a show they offer, you don’t need the DVR service.

  • Christina Stange says:

    Does Hulu live offer NFL network?

  • Jeff Johnson says:

    Does Hulu have Paramount or Hallmark channels

  • Barbara Groves says:

    Are QVC, HSN, and EVINE shopping channels available?

  • Sandy Sanbower says:

    Do you have MT or WE

  • John Schmoll says:

    Nope, if it’s not listed then it’s not a channel Hulu Live offers.

  • Brenda says:

    Can I get Fox Sports Ohio?

  • Harold Mosley says:

    My Vizio TV has a Hulu app (as well as Netflix, Fox News, etc.); however, I cannot access the full web from the tv. Can I access Hulu Live from the Hulu app?

    • John Schmoll says:

      If it’s a Smartcast TV, then you should be able to. If it’s not, you’ll only be able to access classic Hulu.

  • Travis Hays says:

    I watch the big 12 conference specifically OK State on fox and ESPN alternate channels and on dish networks sports can I get those games on HULU live

    • John Schmoll says:

      Yep, assuming you live in the area covered by Fox Sports Midwest you’ll be just fine. I’m a K-State alum in Omaha and get all our games through Hulu Live.

  • John McMurray says:

    Does Hulu carry fox Sports Southwest? We live in Texas and are Rangers fans. I see posts about Hulu carrying Fox regional sports channels but they are not listed on any of Hulu’s channel listings. What gives? Does Hulu carry fox Sorts Southwest (and other regional channels) or not?

    • John Schmoll says:

      Yep, it’s listed right in the post. 🙂 When a carrier offers FS1 & FS2 you typically always receive their regional network local to your area. You can verify which one that is on the Hulu site.

  • James McKinnon says:

    Is Hulu going to carry the acc network??

  • J Lay says:

    Do I need something like a Roku to interface Hulu and my tv, or does Hulu operate without anything else on a smart tv. I have TDS Internet.

    • John Schmoll says:

      It depends on the TV. If it’s a Smartcast Vizio, for example, you can use the app from the TV. Others will require something like Roku or the Fire TV to access Hulu Live.

  • Josef says:

    Hello, I have Spectrum but they keep bumping up the cost of the package. I guess I will need their internet if I want to cut the cord. That will cost me about $71. I need CNBC and I want Tennis Channel, and maybe some movie channels would be nice, like TCM, FXM, TNT. Can you suggest a streaming service that would be the best budget compromise for me?

    • John Schmoll says:

      Hulu Live is going to be your best option. They offer all the channels but the Tennis Channel. Sling carries Tennis Channel in their “Sports” package upgrade for $10 per month, but you give up some of the other channels you want.

  • Lisa says:

    There is only One Show I’d like to see on the Travel Channel. Do you know if the Travel channel is offered in the most basic(cheap) Hulu package?

    • John Schmoll says:

      They do offer some limited shows, but it’s possible it won’t be current and may be limited, plus not all episodes. Hulu Live is the only way to ensure you will get everything they offer.

  • Kelly says:

    i have found Hulu live to be the best,BUT, they surely could improve the show menu to more than “what’s on next” On you PC you scan scroll across for programs in the future….this is IMHO the MAJOR drawback to Hulu live.

    • John Schmoll says:

      I wouldn’t classify it as a major drawback, but it can certainly be improved upon for sure. No streaming service I’ve tried has a great guide feature, unfortunately. When I can find what I want with a simple Google search, I’m fine dealing with the imperfection to reap the savings.

  • Debbie Martin says:

    If I do the upgrade with the cloud DVR, Can I watch let’s say a show on CBS and record a different show from ABC at the same time. And is there a limit of how many shows I can record at the same time (as long as I don’t go over the 50 hours) 🙃

  • John Ralls says:

    I’ve read the list of channels offered, so I won’t ask about that. However, will Hulu be expanding to other channels, or is this pretty much it? Whatever your answer, it’s still better than the multitude of religious, shopping, and Spanish stations I’m paying for on Dish.

    • John Schmoll says:

      That’s tough to say. I’d say their channel offerings are very competitive, but not certain if they’ll add more. I do know they’re one of the new partners for the ACC Network. Rumor also has it they’ll be offering Disney+ as a paid add-on once the service launches, but not certain beyond that.

  • Kathy says:

    Does it include PBS including Create etc

    • John Schmoll says:

      Nope, if it’s not listed then it’s not a channel they offer. You will need a digital antenna to get PBS, regardless of the streaming provider you choose.

  • Marcie Lavell says:

    Is the Hallmark channel on the lmn channel

  • Ron says:

    Hulu TV does not offer the Pac 12 Network. That’s the one channel missing that keeps me from this…..

  • Cade says:

    What about Paramount Network? Worth it for Yellowstone

  • Betty snow says:

    Can we receive KQED San Francisco channel 9 with Hulu Live

  • Vicki says:

    Is it possible to get the MSG network?

  • michael J penny says:

    I’m in metro Detroit, would I get cbc? It’s a Canadien channel but it comes in with the cable and local channels here. With the digital antennae, it has to be placed just right to get it.

    • John Schmoll says:

      Hulu doesn’t list it on their site, so I’d imagine it’s not a channel they offer. Not living there myself it’s hard to say.

  • Evyonne Curry says:

    Will I be able to get LIVE Dallas cowboys football with Hilu live? My neighbors with cable got the first preseason game last week and HULU did not air it on Fox, NBC or CBS, the Cowboys usual networks. I want it LIVE, not days or hours later.

  • Melissa Shanks says:

    Can the tennis channel be added?

  • Carrie says:

    I am constantly having buffering problems with Hulu Live. I get errors and it’s as though I can never watch a program straight through without a problem. It also says I have wifi connection, but my internet is poor? When I call my internet provider, their doesn’t seem to be a problem on their end. Any suggestions? I use a Roku and I don’t have a smart TV.

    TY!

    • John Schmoll says:

      Sorry to hear that Carrie. Have you tried accessing the platform via a computer in your home to see if you experience the same issues? If not, I’d start there to try and narrow down the problem. Also, how fast is your internet & how close is your TV the router?

  • Matt says:

    Would it work with a vizio smart tv? Also do you get shows and movies provided on hulu as well? How many screens do you get with the $44.99 if you dont want to pay for unlimited screens

  • Maribeth says:

    I apologize if this question has been answered already but is NASCAR shown on any of those networks listed?

    • John Schmoll says:

      Nascar does not have a devoted streaming option yet. But, most races are on Fox or NBC, so Hulu Live would be your best bet.

  • Valarie Pomnitz says:

    Do you know how to upgrade the Hulu app to the latest version? We tried the free Hulu last year but now we have purchased Hulu Live TV but we seem to still have the old app on the one TV. It never asked to enter a code so we only have the generic free stuff.

    • John Schmoll says:

      My best suggestion is to delete the app and reinstall it. They don’t offer a free version, so I’m not certain what you’re referencing.

  • John says:

    How does this work for multiple TVs within my house? Do I need a subscription for each TV if they are being washed at the same time?

  • Deborah Firebaugh says:

    How many shows can be DVRed at the same time?

  • Christa Neuhauser says:

    I would love to cut satellite but presently HULU doesn’t offer enough good channels you can get with satellite. HULU needs to step up their game and add some more channels that adults want not more channels for kids like Disney. “Bad”! If HULU adds more channels to their live tv lineup, I would be willing to pay more than the 44.95/mo. charge.

    • John Schmoll says:

      To each their own Christa, but we would put Hulu Live up against any option on the market. Are they perfect? No, but other than Sling TV or Philo you’re hard pressed to find a cheaper option.

      Also, they only have four channels geared specifically for kids. I’d beg to differ 4 out of 60+ is bad….

  • Tracy Maher says:

    Can I use a Xbox gaming system to watch hulu like I do.Netflix on one of the t.v.’s

  • Julie says:

    I’ve heard you can watch the show you’re currently watching while scrolling through the channel guide at the same time. I can’t seem to do this. Was I misinformed?

    • John Schmoll says:

      That’s how it should work, at least it does on our TV. The guide overlays the show, so you still hear it and see the content.

  • Jackie says:

    I need Hallmark. Is it offered

  • Michele says:

    Hi. Are you going to be adding AMC to your channel line up? I truly hope so. 🙂

  • Joe says:

    Are there options to watch the Yankees on the “YES” network?

  • Don S says:

    Any chance of getting the Weather Channel on HULU Live ?

    • John Schmoll says:

      We’ve responded to that question multiple times, but if it’s not listed it’s not a channel Hulu Live offers.

  • Raymond Kennard says:

    No BET, TVone, or OWN. I and many of my friends spend the extra money on cable just to receive them . Why not even one of them ?

  • Mark says:

    HULU is coming out with a 14 day guide, but at this time it is not available on all devices and I think markets. You can also go t a local live stain and click on menu logo and it will show the lineup..

    • John Schmoll says:

      Yep, Hulu Live just launched their 14-day guide on many devices this week. It’s a welcome addition to the platform.

  • Michelle says:

    If I miss a tv show live and do not save it to the cloud, how long until I can watch it on hulu as part of its regular content?

  • kristin says:

    do you have to have a fire stick or roku or sling tv to get HULU? new to cutting the cable option and trying to find the best fit.

    • John Schmoll says:

      A Fire stick or Roku is not required in certain circumstances, such as if your TV already has the app available. You can also access Hulu via phone or computer, so that’s also an option.

  • G.G. says:

    Can u purchase MLB Extra Innings, NFL Sunday Ticket and NBA League Pass?

    • John Schmoll says:

      None of those have ties to Hulu. You can purchase MLB/NBA as a standalone service, while Sunday Ticket is proprietary to DirecTV.

  • G.G. says:

    Explain what is a standalone service for MLB/NBA.

    • John Schmoll says:

      No explanation is necessary. You named what the services are in your original question. They’re not attached to any streaming service and must buy them on your own.

  • Rich Murry says:

    I live in Dallas and have a ranch in Louisiana. Can I subscribe to HuluTV in Dallas and watch CBS NBC ABC in Louisiana and the programs are the Dallas affiliate stations?

    • John Schmoll says:

      You can only watch via a TV in one location, your home one. You can watch away from home, but it can only be done via mobile devices.

  • Steven Elder says:

    Looking for the abc channel, it’s listed on the website.

  • gus conde says:

    I am over eighty so i am not that attuned like other younger people would be, but i have three tv’ s, my main one is not a smart one, one other one is smart but the third is not. I would love to eliminate cable tv’s strangle hold on our purses. I have cable on all. I would be interested in Live Hulu but do not how to go about it. Will Hulu be on all tv.s for forty five or so dollars?

  • gus conde says:

    Being i have cable on all my tvs, if i start a free trial on Hulu, how would i know what channels are coming thru Hulu if i already have cable.

    • John Schmoll says:

      Because it’s a completely separate platform from cable. Once you log in to your Hulu account on your TV you can only access content from it. They don’t talk to each other.

  • Tony says:

    Can you get ifc channel and paramount with hulu

  • Anthony C says:

    I’m in Green Bay Wisconsin. The regional Fox Sports carried Milw Brewers and Bucks which I watch regularly on Spectrum cable. Is Fox Sports Wisconsin available on Hulu??
    I can get it with Youtube TV,… But I’d prefer to use Hulu. Thx,,.. tc

  • lori says:

    Does hulu carry the lifetime movies?

  • Mary says:

    Is there a way to change the channel lineup in the guide to put it in the order of channels of most watched?

  • Diane says:

    So the 50 hours of dvr, when you use it is it done or is that per month? I dvr a show, watch it and delete it, are those hours gone or come back?

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