We had a free year of Netflix and Hulu Plus with our TV purchase, and while we found *some* stuff to watch, it wasn't enough to continue and pay for. I even staggered the free year, so that we started with Netflix and explored for all that interested us, and then started the Hulu thing within the first year of the TV purchase, so that the Netflix ended and the Hulu began with just a little overlap. What I noticed on Hulu was a better representation of TV series, but it turned out that most were shows I already owned on DVD or Blu-ray, or were shows that were also available on our Amazon subscription. Hulu was really annoying with its commercials. So we've stuck with Amazon Prime for the last few years, and only just recently I bought a Roku for the CBS AllAccess App and subscribed to that. Remembering how bad Hulu was with commercials, I opted for the $10 plan on CBS AllAccess and really think its worth it to nuke the commercials.