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Hulu is Ending Support For 2014 and Earlier LG Smart TVs

Hulu will be ending support for LG smart TVs running the Hulu app version 1.1 starting on July 24th, 2019.  Hulu has confirmed that LG TVs made in 2014 and earlier with webos 3.0 will no longer be supported.

Supported LG models

You can download the Hulu app on a variety of supported devices, but the content and features that you have access to will vary depending on your plan and the version of our app that your device supports.

Latest Hulu app

Some LG models support the latest Hulu app — complete with access to new features and all of the content that you subscribe to.

This version of the Hulu app comes pre-installed on:

  • All LG TVs with WebOS 3.5 or higher
  • Select devices with WebOS 3.0 – not including the B6, UH6350, and UH6330 models, or the UH77, UH76, and UH61 series
  • All LG TVs powered by Roku TV

Classic Hulu app

Most older LG models running on WebOS 3.0 still feature the classic Hulu app. All viewers can use the models listed below to watch videos from the Hulu streaming library, but they will not have access to certain features, Premium Add-ons, or live TV.
 

Not sure?

You can check LG's website for information about your specific TV model. Or, you can find the model or serial number in the following locations:

  • On the back of the unit
  • By pressing the Mute button 3 times on the control remote to display the model information
  • Older models can press the Home button on their remote and select Settings or Setup > Support Menu > Product/Service Info – and then press OK

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