Hulu + Live TV was introduced in 2017, and has quickly become a top choice for cord-cutters. Learn everything you need to know about the Hulu + Live TV DVR now, and see if this service is right for you.
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Does Hulu + Live TV Come With a DVR?
What are the Hulu + Live TV TV DVR Storage Limits?
You can record unlimited content using the Hulu + Live TV DVR. However, there is a nine-month recording limit. Once your oldest recordings are nine months old, they will automatically be deleted.
Can I Upgrade Hulu + Live TV TV DVR Storage Capacity?
No. Hulu + Live TV used to have a paid DVR upgrade. But now that all plans get unlimited storage for up to nine months, there’s really no need to have a paid upgrade, so they discontinued it when their new DVR was introduced.
How Do I Use the Hulu + Live TV DVR on My Device?
This will vary based on the device. Take a look at this article from Hulu to learn more about Hulu + Live TV DVR support, and get instructions on how to use it on your preferred device.
What’s On Hulu + Live TV?
Not sure what you can watch live or record with Hulu + Live TV? Want to see what’s on every channel up to a week in advance with a clean, ad-free UI? Check out the Flixed TV Guide for Hulu + Live TV! It’s easy to use, free, and works on all web browsers, including your phone.
Wondering if Hulu + Live TV is right for you? Check out our full Hulu + Live TV Review here, and get all the details you need to make a decision and subscribe.
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