Hulu lowered its subscription price to $1.99 per month for Black Friday

Nina Huang
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Hulu, the Disney-owned streaming platform behind some of this year’s biggest hits, like Normal People, has officially launched its Black Friday promotion for 2020. The streaming service is now offering a $1.99-per-month deal for its basic plan to new subscribers and certain returning customers, making it just $23.88 for the whole year.

The promotion, which lasts until Dec. 1 at 2:59 a.m. ET/11:59 p.m. PT on Nov. 30, is the lowest price that potential subscribers can find all year. The basic plan provides access to all of Hulu’s library, including original series such as Little Fires Everywhere and The Handmaid’s Tale and fan-favorite shows like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia that can’t be streamed elsewhere.

Thousands of movies are available too; recent additions to the Hulu library include Deadpool, Bombshell, and The Bourne Identity. Viewers can also catch the new Kristen Stewart rom-com, Happiest Season, as well 2020’s Oscars Best Picture winner Parasite.

Subscribe now! Happiest Season and Normal People via Hulu, $1.99 per month for 12 months at

The $1.99-per-month deal applies to new customers who didn’t redeem Hulu’s 2019 Black Friday promo of the same markdown, as well as returning customers whose last subscription was cancelled over three months ago. While the marked-down plan includes ad breaks, those who want an ad-free streaming experience can upgrade to the $11.99-per-month No Ads subscription.

Redeem Hulu’s Black Friday 2020 deal here, and check out more Black Friday coverage from EW below.

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