If you keep getting hit with Hulu error code P TS207, you most likely are dealing with some kind of playback issue, like a problem with your internet connection. You should be able to take care of it by either moving closer to your router or turning your router modem off and then back on again.
But also, the error can be software related. It might have been a while since you updated the Hulu app, so it might be bugging out. Try upgrading it and then check whether the error persists still.
Although I've been using Hulu for years, I've only got hit with the error once before. It was pretty easy to fix, as I figured I hadn't updated my Hulu app in a while. I decided to tell you how I did this, along with all the other potential fixes that you can try.
There are many ways to fix the Hulu error code, but before I get to them, remember that the issue can be due to Hulu's servers being down. If this is the case, there's really nothing you can do other than wait it out.
You can actually find out if this is what you're dealing with by going to a server status page. There should be a message on it telling you that Hulu's currently not working.
The first thing that you should try is checking your internet connection. Your internet speed might be especially slow. Now, if it's because of this, you'll have trouble loading other sites, and Hulu might keep buffering for you too. However, sites like Ookla can definitively help you figure this out.
Most of the time, your internet speed slows down when you have too many devices connected to your router. Try disconnecting them, or using the Hulu app when there aren't multiple devices connected.
But also, you can get hit with playback errors because of glitches on your Wi-Fi router. You should be able to sort this and get the streaming app working again by restarting your router modem.
On top of the above issues, you might be stuck with a poor internet connection because of some kind of problem on your internet service provider's end, like their network towers being down. You probably got a text message about this along with when it will be fixed.
If you have a VPN currently running, the Hulu error code wouldn't be a surprise. You may keep getting hit with playback errors, as Hulu might be barring you from trying to bypass their geo-restrictions. Fixing this is pretty easy, as all you have to do is turn your VPN off.
On most devices, the process to follow is the same: all you have to do is launch the virtual private network, and then click on the Disconnect button.
You might be having trouble playing your shows because of an app glitch. If it's minor, you don't have to worry about taking care of it, as simply restarting your streaming device can help.
However, if the glitch is more stubborn, you might have to go ahead and force restart. It's a more comprehensive power cycle process that you can try on Androids and iPhones. You only have to hold the Power button a certain way to do it.
The Hulu app might be acting up on you because it's bugging out. You probably haven't updated the app in a while if this is the case. Immediately try updating the streaming service and see whether this helps. But remember to have a stable network connection first, as the update process can take forever otherwise.
The updating process is generally the same. You just have to go to your respective app store, like the Google Play Store, search for Hulu, and then click on the update button. All the latest patches should be installed, and the playback error should immediately be gone now.
You can end up with Hulu error codes when your app cache becomes corrupt. This usually happens when something goes wrong with its temporary data and memory. You should be able to get rid of the playback error code and solve this by clearing the app cache.
If you're wondering, no, you won't lose any important data. You'd only be signed out of the Hulu app. So, prepare to spend an extra minute or two on the Hulu account page.
Here's how you can clear cache on iPhones:
Will this will also delete the app from your iPhone, in addition to clearing the cache, your settings, and other data will be restored when you reinstall the app.
Here's how you do this on an Android mobile device:
Here are the troubleshooting steps for Samsung TVs:
If the above fixes didn't work, I'd recommend that you contact Hulu support. You might be dealing with some kind of major software problem that they aren't aware of. Hopefully, they get back to you soon, and you're able to stream content again.
Answered below are some popular questions.
You usually get stuck with this error when you're having an internet issue. This can be either due to your network speed not being the best, or your Wi-Fi network being weak. I touched on how to take care of both of these earlier in my article - definitely give it a read again.
You get hit with Hulu error code P TS207 when you're dealing with some kind of playback problem. This can be due to a bunch of different reasons, but your network connection acting up is a top contender.
You should be able to take care of it by checking your network connection. But instead of a network issue, you might be stuck with the error because of an outdated app, or Hulu's cache being corrupted.
Of course, you can also face Hulu error code p TS207, as well as other errors, if Hulu's servers are down. You will have to wait it out till the servers are online again before the error code goes away.
Hopefully, you found this article useful, and are able to start streaming videos again. A lot of the fixes discussed will help with other streaming issues on Hulu, or playback issues on other streaming services too.