Hulu is a content streaming service that allows you to watch thousands of shows at a subscription-based level. Generally, there is nothing wrong with remaining logged in to your Hulu account.
However, if you are used to watching movies and TV shows on Hulu on shared devices or by logging into a friend’s computer, you should know how to Log Out of Hulu.
How to Log Out of Hulu on Sony TV
Step 1: First, connect your Sony TV and launch the Hulu app.
Step 2: Since you’re attempting to log out of the app, we assume you’re already logged in to your Hulu account.
Step 3: Select the “Account” icon from the navigation bar.
Step 4: Scroll down and select the “Log Out” option.
Step 5: Hulu will request confirmation. Click the “Log Out of Hulu” button.
So, that’s how you log out of Hulu on Sony TV.
How to Log out of Hulu on LG TV
Logging out of the Hulu streaming service on your LG Smart TV is pretty simple. To get it done, follow these simple steps:
- To begin, switch on your LG Smart TV.
- Open the Hulu app on your LG Smart TV using the remote control.
- Go to the “Account” icon on your Hulu profile.
- Finally, pick “Log out” from the drop-down menu.
How to Log out of Hulu on Fire TV
Do note that there might be minor modifications, depending on the Fire TV device model.
- Open the Hulu app on your device.
- Locate and click on your profile symbol.
- There will be a sign-out button under your profile name.
- Press it, then click “Sign out of Hulu” to confirm your decision.
How to log out of Hulu on Samsung TV
To log out of Hulu on your Samsung Smart TV, take these steps:
- Use the remote to access the Hulu app on your Samsung Smart TV.
- Select the account icon with your profile name from the “Account” menu.
- Click “Log out” after that.
How to Log out of Hulu on Roku Devices
Follow the steps below to log out of your Hulu account on Roku:
On the web browser
Step one. Open a web browser, go to hulu.com, you will be prompted to log in to your account.
Step 2: The Hulu home page will appear. In the upper right corner of the screen, hover your cursor over your profile name.
Step 3: A menu will appear; go on to click on your account.
Step 4: The “manage your account” page will appear.
Step 5: Navigate to Your Account > Watch Hulu on Your Devices > Manage Devices.
Step 6: A list of devices associated with your Hulu account will appear from here. Scroll to the device from which you wish to log out.
Step 7: Click the “Remove” button next to the device’s name. That item will be removed from the list immediately and will no longer be associated with your Hulu account.
A different way to sign out of Hulu
If the user cannot sign out of their Hulu account on a smart TV, there is another option. Essentially, the user can clear the app’s data via the TV’s settings menu.
By clearing the data, the user instructs the TV to delete all information stored on the device by the app. Although this isn’t the best way to log out of the app, it can come in handy when the traditional method isn’t working.
The method used to clear the app’s data will vary depending on the TV model and the operating system in use. While this means that not all Smart TV brands and operating systems will provide the option, the vast majority will.
If the option is available on a specific TV, it is usually located in the Apps section of the settings menu.
Once in this section of the settings, the user can go to the Hulu app and select the app’s “precise data” option. For example, when using a Google TV-powered Smart TV, here’s how to force the app to log the user out (Android TV).
- Select the profile icon (top right).
- Click on “Settings.”
- Continue scrolling down.
- Click on “Apps.”
- Select ‘See all apps.’
- Scroll down and select Hulu.
- Select “Clear data.”
- Click “OK” to confirm.
Users can log out of the Hulu app on a Smart TV by going to the account section of the settings menu and selecting “Log out of Hulu.”
When a user logs out, it redirects them to the login screen, where they can quickly sign in with a different account or create a new one. This ensures you are always in control of where you use your Hulu account.