|Posted by Anna H. on January 10, 2016 at 2:45 AM|
How's it going my gumdrops? After publishing yesterday's Song Saturday blog, I went to Hulu.com only to learn that I couldn't access the search button or watch shows. It has been about 5 months, since the last time I watched anything on Hulu and I was surprised to see how much has changed.
When visitors go directly to Hulu, it asks you to sign in for a free trial. My automatic response was "What the hell?! I was just on this site a few months ago!" I couldn't contact anyone on the site, which led me to contact Hulu on facebook. I sent them a message about not being able to watch anything on Hulu and asked if it became a requiremnt to sign in to watch their shows.
This was the message I got from Hulu's Social Support via facebook:
"Thanks for taking the time to reach out and we're sorry for any confusion! We still offer select content for free. Head over to our site: (www.hulu.com), click on our logo to the top left of the page and it will direct you to our main page where you will be able to use the search bar. We hope this helps! Let us know if you have any further questions."
I followed the instructions given by Hulu's Social Support and voila! It worked. So in case you have been experiencing similar problems to mine in regards to Hulu, your problems have been resolved. I must commend them for their helpful support.
Meanwhile, I watched another informative YouTube vlog last week by the vloggers Rachel and Jun. I haven't had much time to watch as many of their vlogs, since I'm usually busy on and offline. Rachel and Jun are an interracial married couple, that live in Japan. Jun wasn't featured in the vlog I watched about Anime verses reality.
I tried uploading this YouTube vlog to It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns, but it appears that Webs is having problems again. I'm assuming that Webs is having trouble reading the URL because it starts with "https." Therefore, you can click on the link.
The link below is the YouTube vlog comparing Anime with reality in Japan. It features Rachel, Einshine, and Sharla discussing facts about Japanese Culture. This includes topics such as school rooftops, uniforms, eyes, food, hairstyles, and more.
Rachel, Einshine, and Sharla: Anime Vs Reality (2016)
Speaking of Hulu.com, Japanese culture, schools, and Anime, it's Cartoon Sunday. Since last year, you have read Cartoon Sunday blogs with me mentioning Parasyte -The Maxim-. Today, I have the link to Parasyte's pilot episode in Japanese with English subtitles via Hulu.
I tried finding an English dubbed episode on Hulu, but I had no such luck. This means you are stuck with watching this Seinen SciFi Horror Anime in Japanese. All you have to do is scroll down the bar to verify your birthdate. Then, you can watch Parayste.
It also airs in English on Adult Swim, during Sunday mornings at 1/12 am Central. Anyway, here is today's Cartoon Sunday.
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Categories: Cartoon Sunday