A hallmark of just about every streaming service nowadays is available in 4K UHD content. YouTube has it, Netflix has it, Prime Video has it, even Hulu used to support Ultra-HD streaming until giving the feature axe last year, and mentioned they were working on reenabling it ASAP.
This feature cut was at the behest of many subscribers, with some even threatening to unsubscribe. In the past few days though, Hulu’s gotten back with the times and has finally re-enabled 4K streaming for titles including their Hulu Originals.
This means if you have a 4K TV and also use an Apple TV 4K, Chromecast Ultra, Roku 4K, or any other comparable streaming device, you can enjoy around four times the definition previously available on Hulu.