How to Repair Hulu Not Working on Chrome in Windows PC

Hulu is an on-demand streaming service that allows users to watch movies, TV episodes, and a host of other content and trailers from NBC, Fox, ABC, TBS, and a host of other networks and studios. It’s a useful platform with over 35 million users as it produces some compelling original programming.

Unfortunately, it looks like some users can’t watch Hulu with the Chrome browser. Read on and we’ll show you how to solve this problem in a few simple steps.

Why Hulu doesn’t work in Chrome?

  • Old browser cache: unwanted files on your computer can interfere with your browser processes.
  • Outdated Chrome browser: You may have not bothered to update your browser since most sites work fine with the current version of Chrome.

How to fix the issue with Hulu crashing on Chrome?

Update your browser

  1. Launch your Chrome browser and click the 3 vertical ellipses (3 vertical dots in the top right corner of the screen).
  2. Then click Settings in the menu.
  3. Then click About Chrome on the left side of the window.
  4. Click Check for updates and update your browser.
  5. Then click Restart.

Turn off Google Chrome extensions

  1. Launch your Chrome browser.
  2. Then click the Extensions icon (in the upper right corner of your screen).
  3. Then click Manage extensions in the menu that appears.
  4. Disable all extensions by turning off the corresponding buttons.
  5. Restart your browser and make sure that Hulu works properly in Chrome.

Update the Adobe Flash Player

  1. Launch the Chrome browser.
  2. Enter the following command: chrome://components/.
  3. Find the Adobe Flash Player, then click the Check for Update button.
  4. Refresh the page and reopen Hulu.

Frequently Asked Questions

Hulu may not work on Chrome due to an outdated version of Chrome or an outdated operating system on your system. In addition, incorrect or outdated Chrome browser configuration (such as hardware acceleration, hardware media key management, Widevine content decryption module, etc.) may also cause this error.

  1. Update your browser.
  2. Disable Chrome extensions.
  3. Update the Adobe Flash Player.

  1. Press the Windows + R key combination.
  2. Type 'appwiz.cpl' in 'Run' and click OK to open the uninstaller.
  3. Then select the browser to uninstall.
  4. Click Uninstall and confirm by clicking Yes.
  5. Remember to restart Windows before reinstalling your browser.
  6. Then download the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, or Safari from the appropriate website.
  7. Open the browser installation wizard to install it.