HuluHulu’s been making a big push for the top lately. Hulu released a star-studded commercial during the 2018 Emmy Awards highlighting their one million subscriber milestone and the many awards their original series have won recently. Hulu’s always been number three behind Amazon Prime Video and Netflix, but the huge channel list of their live TV service has been attracting more and more subscribers looking to cut the cable. To keep pulling in subscribers left and right, Hulu has announced a huge discount just in time for Black Friday: right now, you can subscribe to Hulu for less than $1 a month.

Yes, even streaming services are jumping on the Black Friday promotions, but luckily you don’t have to get elbowed in the jaw by an old lady in the apocalyptic crowds at Walmart to score this deal. If you sign up for a new Hulu subscription by midnight on Monday, November 26, you can get 12 months of Hulu for just $0.99 a month. Note that this offer isn’t for Hulu’s live TV service, only for their on-demand streaming service, and that this is for their “Limited Commercials” service which usually costs $7.99 each month.

Hulu’s Black Friday deal is only available to new customers or customers returning after not paying for a Hulu subscription in the last twelve months. For anyone on the fence about a Hulu subscription, this Black Friday deal is the perfect chance to try out Hulu’s library of award-winning on demand content like The Handmaid’s Tale or Atlanta.

As with most streaming services, a Hulu subscription can be canceled at any time with no strings attached. Hulu is compatible with most major streaming devices, iOS and Android mobile devices, some gaming consoles, or over the web through a browser. Give your Netflix queue a break and check out this limited time offer to see what all of the buzz over Hulu is about.

Brett Tingley

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Brett lives at the foot of the ancient Appalachian mountains in Asheville, North Carolina and writes about technology, science, and culture. Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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