I’m a huge Hulu fan, and I’ve tried to watch every single episode of Seinfeld, every single season of Seville, and every single movie.
But my favorite live stream is one called Seinfeld Live.
When I log in to the site, I get a screen like this:You can see every single live show in the world, with links to each episode and each season.
When you go to a show, you can scroll down to watch the episode or watch the whole show.
(I tried watching all six seasons and I had trouble.)
Hulu says that it’s not doing this for copyright reasons, and that it only uses the streams for its content.
The show’s creators say that it was built to bring more people to Hulu, and to let them watch live shows on demand.
I tried to log in and watch the show, and it would just crash.
Theres a message from Hulu that says:You don’t have to log out of Hulu to watch Seinfeld.
If you want to watch any episode, just hit play.
I tried playing it, and when I logged in, it crashed again.
I’ve already watched it, but this time it crashed because of a bug.
Hulu’s website says that its error messages aren’t intended to cause distress or confusion.
But I’m still concerned.