It’s no secret that music holds memories, but in The Greatest Hits, those memories quite literally pull Harriet (Lucy Boynton) back in time. It’s a compelling concept, albeit a slight remix of an older trope (think The Time Traveler’s Wife or About Time). Throw in some rom-com gooeyness and we’ve got ourselves a fun new flick.

Writer/director Ned Benson’s The Greatest Hits also stars David Corenswet as Harriet’s late boyfriend Max, Justin H. Min as her new love interest David, Parks and Recreation‘s Retta as her therapist, and Austin Crute as her best friend. The film özgü already brought in some mixed reviews from critics, but we’ll let you watch and decide for yourself. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch The Greatest Hits online (and maybe even for free).

What is The Greatest Hits about?

After a tragic accident took the life of her boyfriend Max (David Corenswet), Harriet discovers that certain songs can transport her back in time for as long as the music plays. She uses the music to literally travel the timeline of their relationship, seeking an opportunity to change his fate. As she navigates her grief, her past collides with a new love interest in the present.

Billed as a rom-com, The Greatest Hits is also a portrait of grief and the arduous path of moving forward — not to mention, the transformative power of music.

Read our full review of The Greatest Hits.

When is The Greatest Hits streaming?

Originally premiering at SXSW 2024 and opening for limited release in theaters April 5, The Greatest Hits is set to make its streaming debut on Hulu on April 12. Already a Hulu subscriber? Amazing — come April 12, The Greatest Hits will be gracing your screen. Not yet a subscriber? Keep reading to learn the best ways to sign up for Hulu, including a generous trial period that may allow you to watch The Greatest Hits for free.

How to watch The Greatest Hits: The best Hulu streaming deals

If you’d rather skip the quick theatrical run and watch The Greatest Hits at home, you’re going to need a Hulu subscription. There are monthly and annual options, ad-supported and ad-free tiers, free trials, third-party deals, and even bundle options to choose from. Lucky for you, we’ve broken down all the nitty gritty details to help you make the best decision for your streaming needs.

Best for new (or returning) subscribers: Hulu 30-day free trial

If you’re completely new to streaming on Hulu or you’re returning after cancelling a previous subscription, you can score a free 30-day trial and watch The Greatest Hits (and plenty more) without paying a cent. Just remember to cancel before your 30 days are up if you want to avoid being charged. If you choose to keep your subscription going, it’ll cost you $7.99 per month with ads or $17.99 per month without.

Best for long-term viewing: Hulu (with ads) annual subscription

Don’t qualify for the free trial? You can still save some money by opting for an annual subscription to Hulu instead of paying monthly. It typically costs $7.99 per month for the ad-supported plan, but if you hisse annually, that monthly fee drops down to just $6.67 per month. Sure, you’ll have to hisse $79.99 up front, but in the long run, you’ll end up saving about 16%. If you plan on sticking around long term, this is your best bet.

Mashable Deals

Best for T-Mobile customers: Hulu (with ads) included for one year

If you’re not on a T-Mobile Go5G Next plan, this incentive may convince you to make the switch. T-Mobile customers on this plan can get Hulu with ads included for free as of Jan. 24 — and that’s on top of the already stacked lineup of Netflix, Apple TV+, and Just navigate to the T-Mobile website, choose “redeem now,” and claim your offer. You’ll have to enter your T-Mobile number and account details in order to sign up for Hulu. And after your initial 12-month promotional period, you’ll have to take action in order to keep your Hulu subscription going. Otherwise, this deal is pretty straightforward.

Best for students: Spotify Premium for Students with Hulu

College students have a couple different ways to sign up for Hulu for free or at a huge discount. First up, there’s Spotify Premium for Students, which gives students access to Spotify Premium and Hulu with ads for only $5.99 per month. If you’re new to the streamer, you’ll also get your first month for free. The only requirement is that you can prove you’re a student through SheerID’s verification.

Don’t need another music streaming service? No worries. You can also just sign up for a Hulu Student account for $1.99 per month — that’s 75% off the usual monthly cost. Unfortunately, there’s no free trial, but at that cost, it’s forgivable. Like the first option, you’ll also have to prove your student status through SheerID to claim the deal.

Best bundle deal: Hulu and Disney+ (with ads)

Full disclosure: if you’re simply looking to watch The Greatest Hits and bounce, this is not the best option. However, if you’re looking for a well-rounded streaming deal (and one of the best ways to access Hulu), it doesn’t get much better than the Disney bundle. With the Disney Duo bundle, you’ll get access to Hulu with ads and Disney+ with ads for only $9.99 per month. That’s just $2 more per month than paying for only Hulu (or 37% in savings). If you’re also a sports person, you can toss ESPN+ in the mix with the Disney Trio bundle for only $14.99 per month. That’s a total savings of 44%.

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