I watched a couple documentaries and an NBC show on Hulu today. And remembered why we didn’t keep it before “limited” commercials.
It’s now free with Sprint so we will keep it now.
And the two documentaries just had a short commercial before. Which is no big deal.
But, the NBC show was full of ads. But the original documentaries were interesting.
I watched two good documentarIes on Hulu. “Obey Giant” about street and portrait artist Shepard Fairey was the more interesting one. I can’t believe the Boston police arrested him while in a cab to a major museum opening. The AP suit about the Obama hope image was even more ridiculous. It’s clearly far different and more interesting than the photograph. “Exit From the Gift Shop” is classic, this is a interesting but there’s something kind of annoying about Mr. Fairey. There is arrogance I think that he is somehow better than others. ***
The other was “Batman and Bill” about Bill Finger who co-created Batman with Bob Kane but didn’t get the credit and residuals for decades. He certainly isn’t the only creator and writer that didn’t get credit but it’s an interesting story. And makes Bob Kane seem like a total #!&!#$&. ***
Streaming media is great, partially because of no commercials. I wish Hulu realized that.