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How to Watch Hulu Videos on Your Nintendo Wii

Since most of you are fans of the online video streaming site Hulu, you may be interested in knowing that it's possible to watch some of your favorite Hulu TV shows or movies on your television using your Wii. All you need is an Internet connection, a Wii (which just so happened to go on sale today!), a PC computer (sorry Mac-heads) and PlayOn (this video will show you how to download it for free). Overall, a pretty simple way to watch Hulu content on your TV!

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bestdesitv bestdesitv 5 years
I am using http://unblock-us.com/2529.htm and it work great for HULU, Netflix US, BBC iPlayer etc. in Canada, they have 7 days trial and $4.99/month then. I changed my router setting with them and now I can use device connected with my router or you can also set these DNS setting in your device when outside of your router range.
Frinkey Frinkey 7 years
@gspencer That's funny. When I did the trial in late August, they sent me a coupon code to buy it for $30 that expired August 31. @crystalm07 Is your TV set to the correct Input? What do you see on your TV, anything?
crystalm07 crystalm07 7 years
I have tried to hook my macbook up to my tv sontaikle but I could never get it to show up on the screen. I have all the cables and my macbook even detects the display....any idea what settings I need to have?
sontaikle sontaikle 7 years
It seems much simpler to just hook up a computer to your TV. I currently hook up my macbook to my TV whenever I want to watch something :)
evalution evalution 7 years
I use my mini mac, works great...If you want something like Playon, Try Boxee...it's free
gspencer gspencer 7 years
Looks like PlayOn only give you a two week trial, then you have buy it for $30 (until September 30th when it goes up to $40). Hmm... I don't think I want to watch Hulu and/or Netflix on my old beatup TV that badly, but sounds like it could be a very cool program.
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