Hulu has been one of the most successful, and critically loved online television offerings since it launched at the end of last year. There’s one problem with the service however: it’s only available to American viewers.
As a Brit living in the UK, this is very frustrating. I have to spend my days reading articles about how good Hulu is while not having the opportunity to find out for myself.
But, there may be hope on the horizon, as Hulu has finally acknowledged that people outside of America exist, and may want to use the service.
A Message Of Hope
Emily Turrettini of WatchingTV Online was the first to notice that instead of the usual error message which has bombarded non-American users for the past few months, there is now a message giving us all hope.
As you can see above, the message clearly spells out Hulu’s intention to try and cater for a worldwide audience in the future, and even gives you the chance to leave your email address to be contacted when it becomes available in your region.
Content I’ve Heard Of
This is great news, as Hulu has some brilliant content on, with TV shows and movies that I’ve actually heard of!
For now I’ll make do with the BBC iPlayer, but I’ll be looking forward to the day Hulu manage to obtain licensing agreements for more places than just the United States.
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