We all forget sometimes. Passwords are an especially big culprit for getting lost in the folds of our brains, what with all their letters, numbers, symbols, and whether they’re in the right order or not. So don’t feel bad if you end up getting locked out of your Hulu account at some point because you can’t remember your password for it. Just stay calm and follow these instructions for resetting your password.
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You may also want to follow these instructions if you suspect that someone has gained unauthorized access to your Hulu account and is using it without your permission.
I forgot my Hulu password! How do I reset it?
Go to www.hulu.com in your web browser. In the top-right corner, click Log In.
In the login box that pops up, click Forgot Your Password/Email?
Under “Forgot Password?”, click in the box labelled “Email” and type in the email address that you used to sign up for your Hulu account. Then click Send Me a Reset Link.
Hulu will send you an email that contains a hyperlink that you can use to reset your password.
Go to your email client and log in. Look for the email from Hulu titled “Update Your Password at Hulu” and open it; if you can’t find it, check your junk email folder.
Once you have the email open, click the green Reset Your Password button.
You will be taken to a screen where you can reset your password. Click in the box labelled “New Password” and type in the new password that you want to use to secure your Hulu account. Then click in the box labelled “Confirm New Password” and type in a copy of the password that you just entered. Finally, click Submit.
You should be taken back to your account on Hulu. Now you can use Hulu again, and you have a shiny new password protecting your account to boot!
If you want to avoid forgetting your password again, we have some tips in our How to Manage Passwords tutorial that may be able to help you. Try them out!