Hulu Canada are two words that do not typically go together.
You see, just like Pandora, Spotify and other great services that are available to people living in the USA; Hulu is not available in Canada without some special ninja tricks.
Don’t worry, you don’t need to learn how to use nunchucks or throwing stars.
The three easy steps that you will need to implement are so easy that we had to make step 3 “watch Hulu” in order to be able to say “easy as 1-2-3.”
Some people have asked me, “what’s so special about Hulu anyway.” My reply is typically “Seriously? We can’t be friends.” KIDDING!
Typically when a Canadian, or anyone outside of the US, tries to watch Hulu in Canada you get slapped in the face with this ugly sight:
In case you’re comparing notes to what you see on your computer in Canada we added the sad face and big red arrow to the image above. This is just another example of how us Canadians are getting hosed out of the best free content that the internet has to offer.
But never fear! HowToGetItInCanada.com has figured out a great way to be able to access the the hours and hours of free television content that is available to people living in the United Sates.
So, what can you do to create your own special portal to the highly desired Hulu Canada? It really is as easy and 1-2 but that doesn’t have the same ring to it as “easy as 1-2-3″ so we decided to make step 3: Watch Hulu in Canada.
Don’t worry about taking notes, just bookmark our site in case you have to reference these three steps again.
Step #1: Access Your Special Ninja Portal
We recommend a service called HMA and although HMA has a bit of an immature name, it works like a charm. The technical name for this special ninja portal is a Pro VPN and HMA offers the most affordable pro VPN around.
WAIT! We know that once you see the word “affordable” you know HMA isn’t free and you’re having second thoughts. HMA is cheaper than a Starbucks latte and a cookie and you won’t have to go to the gym to work it off like you would a latte and a cookie.
We’ll also show you how a small investment in HMA can provide a massive return by being able to watch Hulu in Canada… more on that later.
Getting back to business, HMA creates a pro level VPN which stands for a virtual private network between your computer and one of HMA’s 138 (and counting) VPN servers in the USA.
This connection will allow you to route your internet data through this VPN server in the US which tricks Hulu into thinking that you too are residing in the USA and allow you to access all of their glorious free streaming content from wherever you are in Canada or around the world.
Step #2: Now That You Know About HMA, Download It To Your Computer
Unlike some other options, HMA works on both Macs and PCs.
It even works on Linux, your iPhone, Android mobile device and pretty much any smart phone.
After getting your HMA account you will then simply log into your account and click the “download software” option from the list on the left hand side of the screen, as seen in the image below:
It shouldn’t take too long to download so don’t worry, you’ll be watching as much Hulu as you want in Canada very soon!
Once it’s done downloading just launch HMA and let it know which of their US servers you want to connect to. You’d be surprised with how many people ask us “but… with so many locations which one should I choose?” No need to over think things; as this is not rocket science (it’s Ninja science remember).
The easiest way to set up your HMA is to simply select the option that will automatically select one of the 10 closest servers based on geographical location. The exact words you’re looking for are “Random 10 closest servers based on geographical location.”
What this does is pick one of the closest servers to you but switches things up so the same IP address isn’t accessing hulu every single time you want to watch the most recent episode of Modern Family or Extreme Makeover.
Here is the visual:
Step #3: Watch Hulu Canada
Since you’ve now earned your black belt from our VPN ninja dojo you’re ready to reap the rewards.
Go pop yourself a big bag of popcorn, grab your beverage of choice and settle in as you essentially have an endless supply of TV shows and movies to stream for free from hulu without ever needing to leave the comfort of your Canadian home.
You too could be watching the latest episode of the office right from the very chair you’re sitting in in just a few minutes.
What Does HMA Cost?
Unfortunately, unlike most good things in life, HMA is not free. But listen, we’ve done hours of research for you and have been personally using HMA for almost two years now.
HMA is unmatched when it comes to their massive network of VPN servers all over the USA which makes your hulu Canada viewing experience that much better.
HMA is worth every single penny of the small investment you’re making to be able to get access to Hulu in Canada. We’ve been using it for close to two years now and cannot be happier.
How do you know we’re not lying? Before we even started this site we recommended HMA to our mothers and they love it by the way
We’re very confident that if you try HMA you’ll recommend it to your mother as well. In the very rare event that you don’t think it’s for you… you’re covered by their 30-day money back guarantee. So really, you have nothing to lose. Head over to HMA by clicking here and give it a test drive and decided later if you want to keep it.
Another great reason why we love HMA is because we hear from our readers that they now have access to so much free content from hulu and the US television networks that they cancelled their $50 to $125 per month expensive cable service. It you can spend $6.55 to save $50 to $125 per month… why wouldn’t you?
If for whatever reason you still think we’re virtually looking at you with shifty eyes, take a few minutes to read some of the 5,700+ reviews from actual HMA customers! Everyone loves being able to access Hulu in the Great White North using HMA.
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