There’s no doubt – we’re in a bizarre time right now where we’re all stuck at home, bored and stressed. So what do we do? We turn to entertainment for comfort. Just turn on the TV, find something to watch, and relax. Easy enough, right? Well, not always.

The fact is, we have more content at our fingertips than ever before. And while it’s good to have options, it can also be overwhelming. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve sat down to find something to watch, scrolled through looking at titles for 30 minutes, and finally ended up just watching¬†Seinfeld reruns for the thousandth time. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that!)

Sound familiar?

Well, luckily, Hulu feels your pain and is here to help. As of today, Hulu is launching a tool to help you figure out to watch – The Hulu Quiz.

 

The Hulu Quiz: What Should I Watch?

The Hulu Quiz aims to match your current feelings and needs with recommendations for things to stream. Here’s how it works.

  1. Head over to The Hulu Quiz here and click to begin.
  2. Decide whether you want suggestions of family-friendly content or all ratings.
  3. Answer a few questions about your current emotional state and mindset.
  4. Choose between a full movie or a shorter TV show.
  5. Receive your recommendation and get to watching!

It’s so simple. Just click here and get started.

 

About Hulu

Hulu is a premium streaming service that offers many of the most popular TV shows and movies on demand. You can stream it on pretty much any major device including laptop, smartphone, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and more. And the best part is, it’s one of the most inexpensive services on the market. Starting at only $5.99 per month with no contract, Hulu will only cost you about the same as a latte at your local coffee shop.

But don’t take our word for it. Try it for yourself free for an entire month – no commitment. And don’t forget, if you can’t decide what to watch, use The Hulu Quiz to help!

Want to learn more about Hulu? Check out our full Hulu Review here. And if you’re looking for Hulu’s live TV service, you can read all about that here.

 

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William Parker

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