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If you’re a sports fan, FuboTV may be the answer to your cord-cutting dreams. What is FuboTV? It’s a live streaming service that focuses mainly on sports-focused live TV and can help you quit cable for good. And it’s very much growing in popularity, currently sitting in fourth place in the U.S. with about 1.23 million subscribers.
FuboTV’s pricing and plans — and even the channels available — are competitive with services that are many times its size. And that’s what’s great about the whole streaming space: You have options. That’s also the hard part. It can be tough to tell the difference between FuboTV and Hulu With Live TV. Or
We’ll look at the FuboTV channels, pricing, and everything else that makes it what it is, including what makes it a viable option in 2023.
There are four Fubo TV plans — Fubo Pro, Fubo Elite, Fubo Ultimate, and Fubo Latino — that range in price from $70 per month to $100 per month.
Here’s how the total FuboTV cost shakes out:
Fubo Pro is the new base plan and gets you 145 channels for $75 a month. With that, you’ll have 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR (the ability to “record” shows to play back later) and the ability to watch on up to 10 screens at home and two away from your home network. This is what Fubo calls “unlimited” despite it having a pretty clear limit.
Fubo Elite ramps things up to $85 a month and has 204 channels (with 130-plus events in 4K), another 48 from the Fubo Extra plan, and another 11 from News Plus, for a total of 263 channels. DVR remains the same at 1,000 hours, and you still have the same 10 “unlimited” screens at home and two on the road.
Fubo Premier is $95 a month and offers 213 channels (with 130-plus events in 4K), plus the same extra channels as Elite — 48 Fubo Extra and 11 News Plus channels. It also includes Showtime and Sports Plus with NFL RedZone (24 channels), 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR, and 10 unlimited screens, plus two away from home.
Fubo Latino is $33 a month and offers 45 channels of Latino-themed content and a cloud DVR of 250 hours. You can only watch two screens at once on this plan.
All of these plans come with a free seven-day trial. You can pay monthly or quarterly — but there’s no discount if you fork over the cash for three months at a time.
FuboTV has a competitive slate of channels. That starts with your local broadcast affiliates, though you’ll want to check the Fubo website because those can vary slightly depending on where you live.
Fubo Pro — the new starter plan — has 145 channels, but that number includes eight different beIN Sports channels, 11 from TUDN, and a few others that also have alternates. Here’s what you can expect:
A&E, ABC, ABC News Live, ACC Network, AccuWeather, American Heroes Channel, Animal Planet, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS 4, beIN SPORTS 5, beIN SPORTS 6, beIN SPORTS 7, beIN SPORTS 8, beIN SPORTS en Espanol, BET, BET Her, BET Jams, BET Soul, Big Ten Network , Bravo, CBS, CBS Sports Network, CBSN, Cheddar, CMT, CNBC, CNBC World, Comedy Central, Comet, Cooking Channel, Cozi TV, Destination America, Discovery, Discovery Family, Discovery Life, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, DIY Network, E!, ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPNews, ESPNU, Estrella TV, Food Network, Fox, Fox Business, Fox News, Freeform, FS1, FS2, Fubo Movie Network, Fubo Sports Network, Fubo Sports Network 2, Fuse, FX, FXM, FXX, FYI, Galavision, Game Show Network, getTV, GINX Esports, Golf Channel, Great American Country, Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Drama, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, HGTV, History Channel, INSP, Investigation Discovery, Law & Crime Network, Lifetime, LMN, Local Now, Logo, LX TV, MLB Network, MotorTrend, MSNBC, MTV, MTV 2, MTV Classic, MTV Live, MTVU, Nat Geo Wild, National Geographic, NBA TV, NBC, NBC News Now, NBCSN, Newsmax, Newsy, NFL Network, NHL Network, Nick Jr., Nick Music, Nick Toons, Nickelodeon, Olympic Channel, OWN, Oxygen, Pac-12 Network, Paramount, People TV, Pop TV, Revolt TV, Science Channel, SEC Network, Smithsonian Channel, Sony Movie Channel, Stadium, Stadium 1, Stadium 2, Stadium 3, Syfy, Tastemade, TeenNick, Telemundo, Tennis Channel, The CW, The Weather Channel, TLC, Travel Channel, TUDN, TUDNXtra 1, TUDNXtra 10, TUDNXtra 11, TUDNXtra 2, TUDNXtra 3, TUDNXtra 4, TUDNXtra 5, TUDNXtra 6, TUDNXtra 7, TUDNXtra 8, TUDNXtra 9, TV Land, TVG, UniMás, Universal Kids, Universo, Univision, USA, VH1, Vice, WGN, Zona Futbol.
There may also be local channels available in your location, so check the website for the most up-to-date channels.
The other packages include Fubo Extra with 47 more channels. Those channels include:
Cooking Channel, Gameshow Network, BBC World News, NBA TV, NHL Network, MLB Network, Sony TV, People TV, Zona Futbol, INSP, Revolt, CNBC World, Tennis Channel, TeenNick, NickToons, NickMusic, MTV2, Logo, BetJams, MTVU, MTV Live, MTV Classic, BET Soul, BET Her, Destination America, Discovery Life, SCI, America Heroes Channel, Discovery Family, Nat Geo Wild, PAC 12 Networks, ESPN U, UST, ESPN News, FXM, Great American Living, People are Awesome, Justice Central, Outside, Revry, The Elvis Presley Channel, Real Nosey, Circle, Retro Crush, 911 Network, and Nosey.
The channels above are just the base plans. There are a number of other options as well.
You’ll find a few premium movie options, which include multiple channels. Those include:
Or you can get Showtime, Starz and Epix bundled together for $20 a month, saving you $6 a month.
There are a number of additional sports and news packages, too. Some of it is in addition to what you’d get with Fubo Pro or Fubo Elite, but there also is some overlap. Here’s how it all breaks down:
FuboTV, at one point, was the only live TV streaming service in the U.S. to offer up anything in 4K. (Yes, upscaled
And FuboTV isn’t the only 4K game in town anymore — YouTube TV also offers up pretty much the same events from the likes of NBC Sports and Fox. One major change in 2022, however, is that
And the usual caveats still apply. You’ll need to have a TV with a 4K panel, and any other device you’re using to actually stream Fubo TV will need to support
The short version is this: If you have a relatively new device — be it a streaming stick, connected TV, or even a web browser — you should be able to get to FuboTV. The app is available on every major streaming platform.
Here’s the more detailed breakdown:
Cutting the cable cord isn’t necessarily cheaper than paying for cable anymore. Many top streaming services offer massive channel lineups compared to cable, but after paying for them (and your internet connection), you may just be breaking even.
But do cord cutters really need extensive channel offerings? Philo, a live TV streaming service that’s a competitor to Sling TV and other live TV streamers, believes the answer is no.
Hulu is one of the most popular streaming services around for a number of good reasons. With an extensive library of TV shows, movies, and plenty of original content, there’s no shortage of perks. Navigating the streaming service can be tricky for beginners, however, so if you have questions about pricing, signing up for a subscription, or using the site and app, you’ve come to the right place.
We’ll cover everything for you in this complete guide to Hulu and Hulu With Live TV: content, features, technical requirements, cost, and more — there’s a lot to go over. Settle in, get acquainted, and grab the Snuggie and popcorn, because you won’t be able to resist a good binge session if you end up subscribing.
Hulu With Live TV is one of the largest live TV streaming services (also known as a Multichannel Video Programming Distributor, or MVPD) in the United States. If you want to watch live, linear television, is an excellent option.
As the name implies, Live TV is all part of the Hulu service, which is owned by Disney. It’s a relatively simple product, and it’s priced competitively, though there are some parts of it that are more complicated than they need to be.
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