Hulu is already the single best deal in streaming, in my humble opinion, offering a for a very reasonable $5.99 per month. And it just got better: Current subscribers to the service's ad-supported plan can get a full year for $59.99. That's like getting two months free -- or saving about 17% on the year, if you prefer to look at it that way.
For now, however, this option is available only to current subscribers; Hulu's press release notes that it will roll out to new ad-supported subscribers later this year. There's no mention of whether Hulu will also offer an annual option for the Hulu/Disney Plus/ESPN Plus bundle, which currently costs $12.99 monthly.
I'm not alone in my love of Hulu; my CNET colleagues named it the "best service for keeping up with current shows." (Here's the full roster of.) Among the great stuff I've watched lately: Devs, Palm Springs, Mrs. America, Parasite and What We Do in the Shadows.
Personally, I'm willing to pay extra for a commercial-free viewing experience. But if you want dirt-cheap streaming TV and can live with the ads, this $59.99 deal is pretty sweet.
Now for a bit of fully warranted nepotism: I consider CBS and lots more. (CBS All Access, like CNET, is owned by ViacomCBS.)the second-best deal in streaming, as it offers a wealth of great content for $5.99 per month. All the Star Treks are there (new and old), plus The Good Fight, Survivor, live local
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