‘PEN15’ is a hilarious adult comedy filled with nostalgia — here’s how to watch the final episodes on Hulu

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Anna Kone (Anna Konkle) and Maya Ishii-Peters (Maya Erskine) in an episode of Pen15
  • The final batch of “PEN15” episodes released December 3, bringing season two and the series to a close.
  • Every episode of the Emmy-nominated series is available to watch on Hulu
  • An ad-supported Hulu subscription costs $7 a month, and ad-free streaming costs $13 a month.

The final episodes of “PEN15” are now available on Hulu to stream. It marks the end of season two and a bittersweet close to the Emmy-nominated series as a whole. 

The show follows Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle playing 13-year-old versions of themselves, amongst real teenage actors. They bring honesty and humor to the brutality of growing up, making you laugh and maybe making you nostalgic for being a teen in the 2000’s. 

How to watch “PEN15” season two

Every episode of the series is available to stream on Hulu. Season two consists of 15 episodes split into two parts due to production delays during the Covid-19 pandemic. The final seven dropped December 3. 

Hulu costs $7 a month for ad-supported streaming, or $13 a month for ad-free streaming. You can also bundle Hulu with Disney Plus and ESPN+ for a starting price of $14 a month (with ads).

​​You can watch Hulu on pretty much any mobile device or streaming player, including Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. It’s also available on most smart TVs. If you’d rather keep it simple though, you can always stream from your browser. 

What else can I watch on Hulu?

If you’re looking for more laughs after you finish “PEN15,” there’s plenty more where that came from. Hulu’s library includes every season of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “What We Do in the Shadows,” and “Dave.” 

You can watch any of these shows with Hulu’s free trial, but with so much quality content to enjoy, you may just want to pay the monthly $7 to subscribe anyway

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