Facebook TwitterHulu made it official on Monday: The streaming giant has ended its free, ad-supported service as it moves to adopt an all-subscription model. This will leave two options for those looking to Hulu (which is now a verb): the $7.99/month plan, which includes commercials, and the and $11.99/month plan, which eliminates ads. “For the past couple years, we’ve been focused on building a subscription service that provides the deepest, most personalized content experience possible to our viewers,” Ben Smith, Hulu senior vice president and head of experience, said in a statement. “As we have continued to enhance that offering with new originals, exclusive acquisitions, and movies, the free service became very limited and no longer aligned with the Hulu experience or content strategy.” That said, Hulu is partnering Yahoo on its new ad-supported streaming site Yahoo View, which will allow users to watch the five most recent episodes of shows NBC, Fox and ABC eight days after they air. Select shows from other networks (TBD), as well as next-day clips will also be available to stream for free. (source) Related Topics:Hulu Advertisement You may like Click to comment Trending Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon5 days ago Zendaya Talks Preparing For Her Role In The Greatest Showman, Working With Zac Efron James Corden2 days ago Zendaya, Zac Efron and Hugh Jackman Join James Corden To Perform “The Greatest Showman” Musical Number (Video) Hillsong Worship4 days ago Hillsong Worship Receives Grammy Nomination For “What a Beautiful Name” A Christmas Story Live5 days ago Cast of FOX’s A Christmas Story Live Talk Choreography and Rehearsals (Video) Grace VanderWaal5 days ago Grace VanderWaal Gets Real About Confidence And Being Yourself (Video) Netflix2 days ago Netflix Responds to FCC’s Repeal of Net Neutrality Rules Top Story2 days ago “The Simpsons” Predicted the Disney-FOX Merger (of Course) The Greatest Showman2 days ago Listen to “The Greatest Show” From The Greatest Showman Soundtrack Now!