- Yes, Hulu has ESPN, along with ESPN2, ESPN College Extra, ESPN U, and ESPN News.
- Watching ESPN on Hulu requires at least a Basic Hulu + Live TV account, which starts at $54.99 per month and features commercials.
- A Hulu + Live TV subscription also allows you to record up to 50 hours of content for later viewing — or more for additional fees — so you never have to miss a game.
- For a cheaper option, consider bundling your standard Hulu service with Disney+ and ESPN for only $12.99 a month.
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If you’re subscribed to Hulu and love sports, then you’ll be in TV heaven with the streaming service’s ESPN channel package. Hulu users with a Basic or Premium Hulu + Live TV bundle have access to hours upon hours of sport-centric content, including sports talk shows, live sporting events, sports news, sports docs, and classic sports programming.
In short, if it’s on ESPN, it can be enjoyed on your phone, computer, or smart TV via a Hulu + Live TV subscription.
For those who aren’t looking for a live TV package, the standard versions of Hulu and ESPN — which are both Disney-owned — can be bundled with a Disney+ subscription.
Unfortunately, without opting into any of these paid options, you won’t be to get ESPN with Hulu.
If you want to add ESPN to your Hulu subscription, here’s all the ways you can do it.
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1. Log in to your Hulu account.
2. Click your profile photo.
3. Select “Account” from the drop-down menu.
4. If prompted to enter your password, do so now.
5. Scroll down to the “Your Subscription” section and click “Manage Plan.”
6. Scroll until you see the Hulu + Live TV section and click the toggle to the left of the Commercials or No Commercials options.
7. If you want to do the Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN bundle, scroll farther down until you see it. Click the toggle to the left of the options you choose.
8. Once you’ve selected the plan you want, click Review Changes.
9. Double-check your plan change and your new charges, if applicable.
10. Click Submit when you’re ready.
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