For at least the past four years, Hulu has offered Black Friday subscribers a discounted rate of $2/mo. for a year for its ad-supported plan. For 2021, though, it has upped the ante and cut prices further to just 99 cents a month for a year. Don’t worry if you’ve been a Hulu subscriber before — you just need to have been off of the service for more than a month. The offer runs until Monday, November 29, at 2:59 a.m. ET. You’re probably looking for some family management tools this weekend. This little pick-me-up should be an easy salve.
Every year, Hulu, which appears to be a mishmash of streaming services, likes to entice subscribers with a large Black Friday promotion. It’s better than ever this year. So, what can you watch these days on Hulu? Well, it tends to focus on acquiring and producing one-shot movies and documentaries, as would any streaming service that prides itself on exclusive and original material. If you prefer “Deadpool” or “True Grit,” as well as past and present shows from the ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC families of networks like “American Dad,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Cheers,” and “I Love Lucy,” there’s a strong back library.
Vulnerability in recent MediaTek chips could allow apps to eavesdrop on you, but it’s been fixed. Jules joined the Android Police team in 2019. Before that, he was at Pocketnow. He loves public transportation, podcasts, and people in general. He also likes to take views from the bigger picture in technology from how people are attracted to it to how it’s utilized across every other industry.