Most streaming services have subtitles and closed captioning features for a better viewing experience when streaming films and TV shows. Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Peacock, HBO Max, Apple TV+, and Hulu have closed captions and subtitles feature in all of their contents.
When streaming your favorite shows on Hulu, you have the option to turn the subtitles or closed captions on or off. It gives you the freedom to decide if you want the text to appear at the bottom of your screen or not. Some users find the captions annoying and create their divided attention. Still, there are movies that you need subtitles for you to understand.
How to Enable or Disable Closed Captions & Subtitles on Hulu App
It is easy to format, enable or disable the closed captions and subtitles when streaming shows on Hulu. Check out the different ways on how to do it depending on the device you are using to watch Hulu including desktop, mobile and TV devices.
Through the Hulu App on Android Phone
- On your Android device, launch the Hulu app.
- Tap the movie you want to stream.
- While playing, touch anywhere to open the playback controls.
- Tap the Gear icon or the Settings menu.
- Now select the language you want to use or Off to disable it.
Through iOS Device
- On your iOS device, open the Hulu app.
- Select any movie or episode that you want to watch.
- While the movie plays, touch the screen to view the playback controls.
- Select the Settings menu or the Gear icon.
- You can either tap any language you want or Off.
Through Web Browser
- Launch any web browser on your computer.
- Go to the Hulu website and log in to your account.
- Play any movie you want to watch.
- Move the cursor to the playback controls.
- Click the Settings menu.
- Go to Subtitles and Audio.
- Select the language you want for your subtitles or click Off.
Through Living Room Devices
- Play any content on your Hulu app.
- Press the Up button on your remote.
- Press the Up button again to launch the Settings.
- Go to Captions & Subtitles.
- Click either On or Off.
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