that is true but every time they add more repeated the same commercial, repeatedly grrr, instead of asking to show say one commercial and which on at a time like it was in the past. They use to let you choose. If they use to fewer interruptions they might not lose me as a customer and many others as customers. It's all about permission marketing-I for one hate being held hostage, and true Hulu doesn't have what Netflix has, like Netflix has frame by frame rewinding, (Much better than being jumped way too fay back grr another frudstration) Netflix has original series that are truly well done like "House of Cards," with out the screaming ads that grate on ones nerves like the Mountain Dew Kickstarter Commercial, it appears "Community" has also included such irritating siren like noises in their new ad too, it repels me and my son to mute and or, just change to Netflix instead. It is worse than scraping on a chalkboard and we watch TV not to be irritated but relax. The only way I can protest is by simply stop watching what I do immediately as soon as it comes on and cast my vote against it by switching to where we basically pay the same, but no siren-screaming chalkboard irritation ruining my previously peaceful state. I'm sick of that noise and Hulu has be come nearly as commercial rich as cable which is what we wanted to escape. Same with internet, it use to be enjoyable, no ads, nothing but entertainment and fellowship among other users, now we're barraged with ads, commercials, buy this, look this way, bam, bam, bam, permission marketing gives some control. I'm just sick of those siren sounds, if the ads must continue then at least make them pleasant and for God sake fewer. That's why I start watching Netflix when I get sick of the siren like and or repeated over and over again of the one same commercial.!!! GRRRR! I do not need them pounded in my head in fact am taking note that now I boycott those products even though my son says the one product works, no I refuse to buy that which grates on my nerves! The rewinding is truly another big irritation, Netflix allowing easy frame by frame to catch what was missed.