Get Free Hulu for Two Months!

Are you a cord cutter who’s considering streaming? If you act before July 18, you could get two free months of the popular Hulu streaming service.

Hulu is one of the three streaming service options available to anyone who wants to cut the cord on cable TV. Like its competitors, Amazon Video and Netflix, Hulu has been adding new content from a variety of sources including Discovery, Disney, FX, and Spike. Following up on its success with Stephen King’s “11.22.63,” the network plans to add more original programming. Hulu also added an ad-free option to its streaming services.

Here’s an up-to-date listing of new Hulu programming available in July:

July 4
Are You the One? – Season 4 Premiere (MTV)

July 5
Ardor (2014)

July 6
Another Period – Season 2 Premiere (Comedy Central)

July 8
As I Am: Life and Time of DJ AM – (2015) (*Showtime)

July 9
No Escape (2015) (*Showtime)

July 12:
Difficult People – Season 2 Premiere (Hulu Original)
Running Wild with Bear Grylls – Complete Season 3 (NBC)
Running Wild with Bear Grylls and President Barack Obama – Special (NBC)

July 15
East Los High – Complete Season 4 Premiere (Hulu Original)
Froning (2015)
Gay for Play Game Show – Complete Season 1 (Logo)
The Last Days (2013)
RuPaul’s Drag Race – Complete Season 8 (Logo)

July 17
The Last Panthers – Complete Season 1 (SundanceTV)

*More new programming expected to come in July and beyond.

For a Limited Time Only!
Hulu’s free, two-month trail is available to anyone who signs up before Monday, July 18. is offering a free, two-month trial. To take advantage of this trial, you need an Xbox device or Windows 10. If you have either of these options, just go to the app store, install the Hulu app, then sign up for a new account. It’s that simple, but you better move quickly… the deal expires on July 18!

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.