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FuboTV on Monday announced programming details for its free, ad-driven TV channel, Fubo Sports Network.
It’s FuboTV’s first run at original programming and offers additional content from its corporate partners FanDuel, Stadium, the Players Tribune, USA Today, and Gravitas Ventures.
Leading the programming are new talk shows hosted by sports personalities such as former ESPN and Fox Sports reporter Julie Stewart-Binks, and former LA Galaxy star Cobi Jones.
FuboTV will also feature sport-centric news programming, classic sports film, and a limited rundown of live sports, including Liga MX, Mexico’s top soccer league. Also on tap: live college football and basketball, pro lacrosse, cycling, and horse-racing.
Fubo Sports Network is currently available in FuboTV’s base subscription package, and can also be found on third-party (TV) platforms, including the Xumo app, Samsung TV Plus, and the Roku Channel.
Fubo Sports Network, original programming (all times Eastern)
- Call It a Night with Julie Stewart-Binks (Tue. and Thur. at 7pm): Fubo Sports Network’s flagship program on sports and sports culture, hosted by Stewart-Binks.
- Drinks with Binks (Fri. at 8pm): Stewart-Binks goes sip-for-sip with athletes and fans in a new vodcast.
- The Players Lounge with Cobi Jones and PJ Harrison (Wed. at 8pm): Former U.S. soccer stars talk with top athletes and various sports topics.
- The Cooligans (Tue. and Thur. at 8pm): New York comedians Alexis Guerreros and Christian Polanco provide jocular takes on American and world soccer.
- Football Report (Tue. and Thur. at 6pm): News about soccer’s biggest stars, teams, and leagues.
- Fubo News (Fri. at 6pm): Coverage of the world’s top sporting events.
Fubo Sports Network, partner-licensed programming
- Double Play Movie Night (Fri. at 8pm); presented by Gravitas Ventures, featuring back-to-back sports movies and documentaries.
- Stadium will feature a selection of live NCAA football and basketball; Major League Lacrosse
- IMG’s live cycling coverage; including Giro d’Italia and Cycliste de Quebec
- TVG’s live horse-racing coverage
- FanDuel/TVG’s fantasy sports show Hurry Up; sports-betting show More Ways to Win
- Stadium: Baseball Stories with MLB insider Jayson Stark
- The Players Tribune programming, including The Real Athlete, How It Happened, For the Record
- USA Today programming, including SportsPulse, What I’m Hearing, For the Win
- Vegas Stats and Information Network or VSiN’s VSiN Best Bets
- Young Hollywood’s Rookie on the Rise and Beyond the Athlete
Kahron Spearman is a music and film critic whose work can also regularly be regularly found in the Austin Chronicle.