Hulu Rolls Out Redesigned Website With New Features

Photo: Hulu

Photo: Hulu

With the busy fall TV season approaching, Hulu rolls out a new website experience. Featuring a redesigned website, now includes a slew of new features, updates, and configurations.

The website takes advantage of the wide range of motion that users have with their mouse and how quickly they are able to point and click. From the Home screen, they can easily access the Playback, Details, Add To My Stuff, Recording options, and the Stop Suggesting features. In addition, they can

In addition, there are several features that are exclusive to the website experience. Per Hulu, the features include:

(For Sports Fans) Multiple Games on Multiple Windows: If you’re invested in multiple games that are airing at the same time, you don’t have to miss a moment of the action— you can watch on multiple windows in your browser, depending on your live TV subscription.

Chromecast Casting for Web: When your computer is on the same network as your Chromecast device, a cast icon will appear in the player and allow you to seamlessly cast the programming you’re tuned into on the Web straight to your TV screen.

Picture-in-Picture: With this feature, you can continue watching your favorite programming while you browse the rest of the UI. Just click the “minimize” button in the bottom right corner of the player to activate picture-in-picture viewing. From there, you’ll be able to move the small player anywhere on your screen while you multitask.

To learn more about Hulu’s new website experience, read the company’s official announcement here.

In other Hulu news, a few ago, it gave users more control of their recommendations and watch history.