Where to Watch Snowfall

The crime drama Snowfall chronicles the infancy of the crack cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles during the 1980s.
The series had a six season run on FX, and is now available in its entirety on Hulu.

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The crime drama Snowfall chronicles the infancy of the crack cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles during the 1980s.

The series had a six season run on FX, and is now available in its entirety on Hulu. But there are a number of ways to get Hulu as a standalone subscription or in a bundle. 

You can jump down to the summary of where to watch Snowfall on TV, check out Frequently Asked Questions below, or read through all your options.

Hulu offers a 30-day free trial. A subscription to the ad-supported plan costs $7.99 per month.

What is Snowfall about?

In the summer of 1983, Franklin Saint, an enterprising street hustler ready to jump into selling crack and get ahead in the world. 

But there’s a disgruntled CIA operative and a Mexican wrestler, a Luchador, with their own ambitions revolving around crack’s rise in popularity in the streets of L.A.

Franklin, the young street entrepreneur, soon learns that he isn’t the only one looking to cash in. There’s a drug-running couple, street gangs, and law enforcement all due for a violent collision course on the streets of 1980s Los Angeles.

The series was created by the late John Singleton, Eric Amadio and Dave Andron. The show debuted on FX on July 5, 2017. 

Where to Watch Snowfall Season 1 through Season 6

Snowfall was broadcast on FX. The series is now available in its entirety on Hulu. You can watch every episode from Season 1 through Season 6 on the service. 

The Hulu app is supported across just about any device with a screen. 

Smart TVs by Samsung, Sony Bravia, VIZIO SmartCast TVs, and LG can start watching Snowfall without a streaming device.

Any Roku device, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast with Google TV and Apple TV support streaming Hulu. An iPhone or iPad (with current iOS) can be used to watch Hulu shows, and so can Android smartphones and tablets. Gamers can use an XBox and PlayStation console to watch Snowfall as well.

Here are all your options for streaming Snowfall.

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Hulu

Hulu is the streaming home of Snowfall, and a wide variety TV shows, movies, and original series. It is one of the most popular streaming services in the United States, and a go-to option for cord-cutters, with over 48.2 million subscribers.

The streaming service offers a library of current TV shows from networks like ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX. There are series such as Only Murders In The Building, Justified: City Primeval and The Bear.

Subscribers get a vast library of movies from every genre, including new releases and classic films. You can sign up for a 30-day free trial. Subscriptions run month to month, or annually. You can cancel whenever you like.

Subscribers can pick from a couple of plans for a subscription. The ad-supported plan costs $7.99 per month, or $79.99 per year. 

Hulu without ads costs $14.99 per month.

Either plan is a great option for people who want to watch a variety of TV shows, movies, and original content without a cable TV subscription.

Disney Bundle

The Disney Bundle bundles two or more streaming services owned by The Walt Disney Company. Disney is a majority owner of Hulu, and uses the streaming service to feature much of its more adult-themed movies and TV shows. 

The Disney Bundle has three different options:

Disney Bundle Duo Basic has Disney+ (with Ads) and Hulu (with Ads) for $9.99 per month. This plan lets you save 37 percent compared to subscribing to each service separately. 

Disney Bundle Trio Basic has Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ (all with ads) for $12.99 per month. You save 49 percent compared to having separate subscriptions. 

Disney Bundle Trio Premium has Disney Plus and Hulu (no ads) with ESPN+ (with ads) for $19.99 per month. Trio Premium lets you save 44 percent compared to separate subscriptions. 

Just remember you need to use the same email address to bundle your subscription plans.

Disney Plus has a library of Disney movies and TV shows, including classics like “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” and “The Lion King.” And there is a full catalog of originals from the Star Wars and Marvel universe.  

ESPN Plus streams live and on-demand sports coverage, including Major League Baseball, college football, and UFC. Hulu has TV shows from major broadcast and cable networks along with movies, and original series.

Hulu Live TV

Hulu Live TV has over 75 live TV channels, and includes unlimited access to ESPN Plus, Disney Plus and Hulu’s on-demand library.

The channel lineup includes FX, History Channel, HGTV, CNN, ESPN, and ESPN2

Local channels such as NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX stations are available across the U.S. Subscribers can watch live TV on two screens at once. Unlimited Cloud DVR is included.

Hulu Live TV costs $69.99 per month. While you don’t need live TV or FX to watch Snowfall, it’s an option to consider if you want cable channels for other shows or live sports.

Look over the Hulu channel lineup to see what TV channels are offered in your area.

How to Watch Snowfall on TV

You can watch every episode of Snowfall exclusively on Hulu. But there are a number of options for getting Hulu these days, including streaming bundles. Here are all your options.  

Hulu costs $7.99 per month for its ad-supported plan, which has movies, popular TV shows and originals. You can get a 30-day free trial with no obligations.

Hulu Live TV has over 75 live TV channels, and includes unlimited access to ESPN Plus, Disney Plus and Hulu’s on-demand library. The live TV and streaming combo costs $69.99 per month when you sign up for a subscription.

You can sign up for a Disney Bundle and choose one of three options that include Hulu.

  • Disney Bundle Duo Basic has Disney+ (with Ads) and Hulu (with Ads) for $9.99 per month.  
  • Disney Bundle Trio Basic has Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ (all with ads) for $12.99 per month.  
  • Disney Bundle Trio Premium has Disney+ and Hulu (no ads) with ESPN+ (with ads) for $19.99 per month.

How to Watch Snowfall FAQs

These are questions readers ask when searching for ways to stream Snowfall.

Can you watch Snowfall on Netflix?

No. You will not find Snowfall on Netflix. Snowfall is an FX Original that is exclusive to Hulu. You can watch Season 1 of Snowfall only on Hulu.

How do I watch the TV show Snowfall?

You can sign up for Hulu, Hulu Live TV, or pick from three Disney Bundle options that include Hulu. They include Disney Bundle Duo Basic, Disney Bundle Trio Basic, and Disney Bundle Trio Premium. 

Who is in the cast of Snowfall?

The cast is led by Damson Idris, who plays Franklin Saint. Other notable cast members include Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Emily Rios, Carter Hudson, Angela Lewis, Amin Joseph, Isaiah John, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Lucy Fry, Michael Hyatt, John Singleton, De’Lon Grant, Brandon Jay McLaren, Javier Nunez, Quincy Brown, Eric LaRay Harvey, and Lisa Vidal.

Is Snowfall on Amazon Prime?

No. Snowfall is not on Amazon Prime. You can find every episode of Snowfall streaming on Hulu, or the Disney Bundle.

Is Snowfall on FX or Hulu?

Hulu is the streaming home to Season 1 through Season 6 of Snowfall. You can occasionally find episodes on FX, but Hulu is your best bet to binge-watch every episode in order. 

Which network is Snowfall on?

The popular TV series Snowfall was on FX. But to watch the full season, you can get a 30-day free trial of Hulu.

Is Snowfall on Disney Plus?

Snowfall is not on Disney Plus. You can subscribe to the Disney Bundle, and watch Snowfall on Hulu. The Disney Bundle Duo Basic has Disney Plus (with Ads) and Hulu (with Ads) for $9.99 per month.  

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