How to watch ‘Nomadland’ – the Oscar winner for best picture is now streaming on Hulu

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Frances McDormand won her third Oscar for “Nomadland.”

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One of the top winners at the 2021 Academy Awards was “Nomadland.” If you haven’t seen the film yet, Hulu is here to help. “Nomadland” premiered in theaters and on Hulu simultaneously on February 19. The movie is also available to buy through video-on-demand services like Prime Video.

The film is based on the book “Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century.” The story centers on a woman, Fern (Frances McDormand), who loses her job due to the recession. As she searches for work on the road in her van, Fern hears stories from other nomads in the American West. The film features supporting actors who are nomads in real life, including Bob Wells, known for his YouTube channel CheapRVliving.

“Nomadland” is directed by Chloé Zhao, who won best director at the 2021 Academy Awards. Zhao’s win made her the first woman of color and second woman ever to win the Oscar for best directing. Her next film will be Marvel’s superhero movie “Eternals” starring Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, and Kumail Nanjiani.

Aside from Zhao’s win, the film also took home the 2021 Oscar for best picture, and McDormand won best actress for her role as Fern. “Nomadland” has a “94% Certified Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and Insider critic Jacob Sarkisian gave the movie an “A-” grade in his full review.

How to watch ‘Nomadland’ on Hulu

“Nomadland” is now available to stream on Hulu. The movie premiered on February 19. You can get access to Hulu for $6 a month with its basic, ad-supported plan.

Aside from the monthly payment option, you can buy an entire year of Hulu for $60. That’s $12 cheaper than the cost of paying for a year on a monthly basis. If you’re not a fan of ads, Hulu also has an ad-free option for $12 a month.

You can watch “Nomadland” through Hulu on a number of streaming devices, including iOS and Android products, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Nintendo Switch, Roku, PlayStation, Xbox, web browsers, and most smart TVs.

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For access to even more streaming content, we recommend you take advantage of the Disney bundle that includes Hulu Basic, ESPN+, and Disney Plus for $14 a month. With this bundle, you’ll get access to two more 2021 Oscar-nominated movies via Disney Plus: “Soul” and “Onward.”

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How to watch ‘Nomadland’ without Hulu

“Nomadland” is also available to buy through popular VOD streaming services for a one-time payment rather than a subscription fee. These services include Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV, Google Play, Redbox, Microsoft, and FandangoNow.

You can purchase the film for $15. The movie will be available to rent starting April 27. These services let you watch “Nomadland” in up to 4K with HDR.

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What other Oscar-winning films can I watch?

Aside from “Nomadland,” there are several other Oscar-winning films available to watch at home through VOD platforms and streaming services.

This includes titles like “Mank” on Netflix,” and “Sound of Metal” on Amazon Prime Video. Meanwhile, you can rent “Promising Young Woman,” “The Father,” and “Minari” through digital rental services like Vudu.

You can find a full list of 2021 Oscar winners here.

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How to watch ‘Nomadland’ starring Frances McDormand on Hulu

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Frances McDormand could win her third Oscar for “Nomadland.”

  • “Nomadland” premiered on Hulu and in theaters on February 19.
  • The critically acclaimed movie is nominated for Best Picture at the 2021 Golden Globes.
  • Hulu starts at $6 a month for ad-supported streaming or $12 a month for ad-free streaming.

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If you’re trying to make your way through all of the Golden Globe-nominated dramas before the awards show is broadcast on February 28, Hulu is here to help. “Nomadland,” which is up for Best Picture, premiered in theaters and on Hulu simultaneously on February 19.  

The film is based on the book “Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century.” The story centers on a woman, Fern (Frances McDormand), who loses her job due to the recession. As she searches for work on the road in her van, Fern hears stories from other nomads in the American West. The film features supporting actors who are actually nomads in real life, including Bob Wells, known for his YouTube channel CheapRVliving.

“Nomadland” is directed by Chloé Zhao, who is up for Best Director at the Golden Globes. Her next film will be Marvel’s highly anticipated superhero movie “Eternals” starring Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Kumail Nanjiani, Brian Tyree Henry, and Salma Hayek. 

Reviews have been positive for “Nomadland” so far. The film has a “95% Certified Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and Insider critic Jacob Sarkisian gave the movie an “A-” grade in his full review.

How to watch ‘Nomadland’ on Hulu

“Nomadland” is now available to stream on Hulu. The movie premiered on February 19. You can get access to Hulu for $6 per month with its basic, ad-supported plan

It’s unclear how long the movie will remain on the streaming service, but the Hulu premiere gives viewers a chance to catch the Golden Globe-nominated movie at home before the show announces its winners on February 28.

Aside from the basic plan’s monthly payment option, you can buy a whole year of Hulu for $60. That’s $12 cheaper than the cost of paying for a year on a monthly basis. If you’re not a fan of ads, Hulu also has an ad-free option for $12 a month.

If you’re interested in even more streaming content, we recommend that you take advantage of the $13 per month bundle that includes Hulu Basic, ESPN+, and Disney Plus. With this bundle, you’ll get access to three more 2021 Golden Globe-nominated movies via Disney Plus: “Hamilton,” “Soul,” and “Onward.”

You can watch “Nomadland” through Hulu on a number of streaming devices, including iOS and Android products, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Nintendo Switch, Roku, PlayStation, Xbox, web browser, and smart TVs.

What other Golden Globe-nominated films can I watch?

Aside from “Nomadland,” there are several other Golden Globe-nominated movies available to watch at home through VOD platforms and streaming services. This includes Best Picture nominees “The Trial of the Chicago 7” and “Mank,” which are both available exclusively on Netflix.

Meanwhile, “Promising Young Woman,” another nominee for Best Picture, is now available to rent through VOD services like Amazon and Vudu.

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