Want to take your Hulu viewing experience to the big screen of your TV? More and more smart TVs support Hulu app now. If your TV is old and doesn’t support Hulu app, you can use streaming players, gaming consoles or set-top boxes if you have. Besides, you can also use AirPlay or Chromecast. In this guide, we’ll explain 6 ways to get Hulu on TV. Read on to find out how to watch great shows on any TV model, even offline.
1. Hulu app on smart TVs
LG TV and Blu-ray player
The Hulu app should come pre-installed on supported LG TVs and Blu-ray Players — all you need to do is log in to start streaming!
Samsung TV and Blu-ray player
Press Home on your remote to access the Smart Hub
Select Apps, then search for “Hulu” using the magnifying glass icon in the top-right corner
Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the installation process
Sony TV and Blu-ray player
Navigate to the Video section of your Xcross media bar
Scroll down to the green Hulu icon
Select and Download the Hulu app
Navigate to TiVo Central > Find TV, Movies, & Video > Hulu to find the app. Once you’ve opened it, just log in to start streaming.
If the Hulu app was pre-installed on your Android TV, simply log in to start streaming. Otherwise, follow the steps below to download the app:
Open the Google Play Store
Search for the Hulu app using the left-side navigation panel
In the overview section click the Download button
Once the installation is finished, click Open to launch the app
Navigate to the PlayStation Store from the main menu (XMB)
Go to Search, and enter “Hulu”
Select the Hulu app
Move your cursor and select Download
Follow the prompts to complete the process. The Hulu application will then appear on your lower XMB crossbar.
Navigate to the Apps section
Select the Hulu icon
After the installation is complete, the Hulu app should launch automatically
Navigate to the Store section
Select Search, and enter “Hulu”
Select the Hulu app from the search results
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process
You can use AirPlay to stream Hulu to your supported Apple TV (3rd generation and later) or TVs that support AirPlay using the latest mobile app on supported iPads and iPhones.
To AirPlay Hulu from your iPhone and iPad:
Connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as your Apple TV or AirPlay-compatible smart TV.
Open the Hulu app and tap the show or movie you’d like to watch.
Tap the AirPlay icon at the top of the player window and choose your Apple TV or AirPlay-compatible smart TV from the list.
You can cast Hulu to Chromecast-enabled TV.
To cast Hulu from your iOS and Android device:
Connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as your Chromecast
Tap the Cast icon at the top of the player window and choose your Chromecast from the list
Open the Hulu app and tap the show or movie you’d like to watch
To cast Hulu from your computer:
Connect your computer to the same Wi-Fi networkas your Chromecast
Go to Hulu.com and click on the show or movie you’d like to watch
Click on the Cast icon at the bottom of the player window and choose your Chromecast from the list
6. Watch Hulu offline on TV
All of above ways allows you to stream Hulu shows and movies on supported TV. Quality will automatically adjust based on your available bandwidth, ensuring you always have the best picture quality possible for streaming. If you are experiencing buffering and other playback issues due to poor internet connection, you may want to download Hulu videos and watch them on TV offline. If you’re wondering how to access Hulu offline on your TV, we’ve got your back.
Pazu Hulu Video Downloader lets users download various movies or TV shows from Hulu to MP4 or MKV format on Mac and Windows. After that, you can watch them offline on TV through USB or HDMI cable.
Step 1. Run Pazu Hulu Video Downloader on your Mac or Windows.
Download, install and launch Pazu Hulu Video Downloader on your Mac or Windows. Log in your Hulu account and choose hulu.com, hulu.jp or hulu.jp/store.