Is there a way to check and see if they have a certain series without having to sign up? I have Apple TV and it won't let's past the sign up screen.
1. Go to hulu.com and search there.
2. Does the Apple TV offer any channel search feature? I use Roku, which has a "Roku Search" channel/feature. I go to it, type in a title or actor's name, and it will show which streaming channel offers that show, if any.
R1, it does have a channel search feature. You have to click on "Search" on the Hulu app with your Apple TV remote.
Tell us what show you are looking for and someone might check it for you. I can check but may not be here to do so instantly.
Try "The Straits." Australian drug wars and smuggling with three hot brothers at the center.
Hulu has season 1, episodes 1 thru 6, each is 55 minutes long
Hulu has also been posting lots of clips from [italic]the Straits[/italic].
Love "The Straights".
That is a good show.
I check my Huluplus queue online and find new clips or episodes I want to watch. But sometimes when I check the queue via my Roku, the new episodes don't show up there. Any clues? I emailed Hulu about this and received a long-winded and unhelpful response. I wondered if maybe there was something about my settings that I should change.
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