How to watch Palm Springs: Stream Hulu's new Andy Samberg film from anywhere
Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti star in Hulu's latest original film, Palm Springs. After meeting Nyles (Samberg) at a wedding where she happens to be the maid-of-honor, Sarah (Milioti) finds herself stuck in a never-ending time loop right alongside him. A must-see for fans of Wedding Crashers, Groundhog's Day, and Edge of Tomorrow: Live Die Repeat, the movie puts a new spin on the well-known Déjà vu-inducing formula by adding a heavy dose of romance and comedy to the mix.
Palm Springs: When & where
Palm Springs is a Hulu original film, and as such, is exclusively available only on Hulu at this time. The movie premieres on Friday, July 10 at 12:01 a.m. ET, after which you'll be able to stream it at your leisure. Hulu subscribers will be able to watch the film no matter which plan they're on.
How to watch Palm Springs with Hulu
Since Palm Springs is a Hulu original film, you'll need a Hulu account if you want to watch it. Luckily, Hulu is one of the most affordable streaming services with plans starting as low as $5.99 per month. Plus, with its free one-month trial, you can start your Hulu membership for free and watch the film before paying a cent. That gives you plenty of time to stream more movies and shows and decide whether you want to keep your subscription live once the trial ends.
Hulu is the exclusive home of Palm Springs. If you want to watch, you'll need a membership. Luckily, a free 30-day trial gives you plenty of time to watch the film.
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