Hulu is a well-known premium streaming service in the US that provides live and on-demand television and movies. Subscriber growth has risen year-on-year and so investors looking to invest in Hulu stock understandably want a piece of the growth.
Hulu, like Netflix, is changing the landscape of entertainment. They are simple to set up and use with original programs. Hulu has attracted investors attention because of its 10.7 million American members in 2019 and 2020.
Hulu is one of the most popular streaming services, and its business continues to grow. Although investors cannot invest in Hulu directly, there are other ways to invest albeit, indirectly. Let's take a look at them.
Disney (NASDAQ: DIS) offers a video streaming bundle comprising Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ for $12.99 per month. Disney+ has Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm (Star Wars), and National Geographic content.
Comcast Corporation (NYSE: CMSA) is a telecommunications giant that owns the Peacock video streaming service. As well as this, the firm owns NBC, Universal Pictures, Dream Works Animation, and several cable television networks, including USA, MSNBC, and CNBC.
Netflix is the first obvious pick, and it continues to be the frontrunner in this race for the time being. In the third quarter of 2020. Netflix dominated the market, with 73.08 million subscribers and 167 million worldwide.