Hulu has had a paid subscription option for quite some time now, but for those that have paid to get their TV shows (and some movies) accessible on-demand, advertisements may have still been a point of contention for that monthly cost.
That’s changing, though, as Hulu has just announced a brand new subscription plan for those that want to get rid of advertisements. It will cost $11.99 per month, up from the standard $7.99 subscription model, and it’s available right now for those that want to jump into an ad-free experience.
There are some caveats. While the majority of the programming will be without ads, there are some “exception shows,” which will still be rolling with advertisements even if you’re paying the higher monthly subscription cost. Those shows include titles like New Girl, Scandal, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and Once Upon A Time, plus others. These will only have 15-second ads, though, and no timed advertisements before the show starts.
The new subscription means no ads when you’re watching from your mobile device, too, so there’s a link to the Hulu app below if you want to check it out. Will you pay more to get (most) ads removed?