FuboTV channels: The complete list for every live TV package

FuboTV is a streaming service that caters to sports junkies, as even a cursory glance at the FuboTV channels will make clear. Initially focused on international soccer, it’s now equally devoted to American football, with comprehensive packages that include access to NFL RedZone and college sports networks. There’s just one huge drawback: There’s no ESPN, which means you’ll have to find another solution for streaming Monday Night Football.

But the FuboTV channel lineup offers more than just a great way to stream NFL games. You’ll also see AMC, FX, Food Network, Cartoon Network, and other staples from cable that you’ve come to depend on.

FuboTV also offers three-day replay for games and 30 hours of cloud DVR. For more information, check out our comprehensive FuboTV guide.

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FuboTV plans and pricing

FuboTV keeps its plans simple, offering four basic packages that all have slight differences from one another. Most users should expect to pay at least $54.99 per month. Here’s what they have to choose from.

FUBO TV Packages
FUBO Standard $54.99
FUBO Family $59.99
FUBO Ultra $79.99
FUBO Latino Quarterly $19.99

Fubo Standard Package

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FuboTV

Cost: $54.99 per month (with 7-day free trial)

Channels: 110

Cloud DVR: 30 hours of space

Simultaneous screens: 2

Your FuboTV channel lineup will differ slightly from what you see below based on your local listings. It’s 110 channels are fattened with eight BeIN Sports channels and four Big Ten network channel … and you never know when one of those channels will be carrying the game you can’t afford to miss. It’s also worth noting that NFL Network and NBA TV are included in the standard package.

FuboTV also has the Viacom networks, which means you can watch channels like MTV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, and VH1. 


Fubo Family

Cost: $59.99 per month (with 7-day free trial)

Channels: 110

Cloud DVR: 500 hours of space

Simultaneous screens: 3

For $5 per month more, you can upgrade to Fubo Family which has the same channels as the standard package, but dramatically increases your DVR capacity and adds an additional screen.  


Fubo Ultra

79.99 per month (with 7-day free trial)

Channels: 178

Cloud DVR: 500 hours of space

Simultaneous screens: 3

Fubo Ultra offers everything contained in the standard and family packages, plus 36 entertainment channels, 9 Showtime channels, and 23 additional sports channels.


Fubo Latino Quarterly

Cost: $19.99 per month (billed quarterly)

For Latino customers, this package gives you 33 Spanish language channels. Some of these channels are included in Fubo standard and Fubo Ultra, but most are exclusive to the package. A slimmed-down, nine-channel version of this FuboTV channel package is also available for $12.99 as the Fubo Latino add-on. Channels included: 

  • BabyTV Hd
  • BeIN Sports (2 channels)
  • Cine Sony
  • CNN en Español
  • Discovery in Espanol
  • Familia Discovery
  • Fox Desportes
  • Fox Life
  • El Gourmet
  • Galavisión
  • Gol TV Spanish
  • Más Chíc
  • MTV Tr3s
  • Nat Geo Mundo
  • Nuestra Tele International
  • TUDN (12 Channels)
  • TyC Sports
  • Unimás
  • Univision
  • Univision TDN

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How to Sign Up for FuboTV

Signing up for FuboTV is incredibly easy, whether you’re on a computer or using a Roku streaming player.

Sign up for FuboTV online

  1. Visit FuboTV.
  2. Select the “Start Your Free Trial” option.
  3. Sign up with your email and password.
  4. Select your plan and add-ons.
  5. Enter your payment information.
  6. Start watching.

Sign up for FuboTV on Roku

  1. Install the FuboTV app on your Roku device.
  2. When you open the app you’ll see an option for “Start Your Trial.” Select it and hit “Enter.”
  3. FuboTV can create an account for you using your Roku email and logins. If you’d like to save time on set up, hit “Allow.” Otherwise, select “Cancel” and enter the information you’d like to use.
  4. Enter your personal information on the next page and continue.
  5. Select and confirm your subscription and add-ons and continue.
  6. Enter your Roku pin and select “Subscribe.”
  7. You’re now ready to watch FuboTV on Roku. You can use your logins to access any of the other FuboTV apps and the website. Keep an eye out for emails from Roku, as your bill will be paid through your Roku account each month. 

 


 

FuboTV Streaming Devices

FuboTV is an incredible streaming service that can be used on a range of devices. Here’s what you can stream FuboTV on.

  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Android Mobile
  • Android TV
  • Apple TV
  • Browsers
  • Chromecast
  • iOS
  • Roku
  • Samsung Smart TV

 


 

What is on FuboTV?

FuboTV started mostly as an internationally-focused sports streaming TV solution. While the service still features some of the best international sports options on the market, FuboTV has evolved into a wonderfully full-featured service. With the exception of ESPN, you’ll get basically every channel you could ever want out of a cable package. There are movies, on-demand content, MTV, VH1, MSNBC, and local channels, all in easy-to-understand packages.

FuboTV Originals

FuboTV launched a few sports shows in the fall of 2019 to break into the originals game, including two with sports TV personality-turned-comedian Julie Stewart-Binks (“Call It a Night with Julie Stewart-Binks” and “Drinks with Binks”), one with two comedians-turned-sports personalities (“The Cooligans”), and another with two former athletes (“The Players Lounge with Cobi Jones and PJ Harrison”). 

Also, FuboTV is the only service currently offering 4K sporting events on streaming TV. They have a limited number of 4K sports streams each month, but the variety is impressive. In the coming months, subscribers will get everything from NCAA Men’s Basketball to Super Bowl LIV in 4K at no added charge. It’s covered in your subscription if your device supports 4k.

What channels are on FuboTV?

Here is a complete listing of the channels you’ll find in each FuboTV package.

Fubo Standard TV Channels

A&E AMC Animal Planet
AT&T Sportsnet BBC America BET
Big Ten Networks Bravo Cartoon Network
CBS CBS SN Cheddar
Cheddar Business CMT CNBC
CNN Comedy Central Comet
Discovery Channel E! FS1
FS2 Food Network Fox
Fox Business Fox News Channel Fox Sports Southwest
Fubo Sports Network Fuse Fusion
FX FXM FXX
FYI Galavision GetTV
Hallmark Channel Hallmark Drama Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
HGTV History Channel HLN
IFC Investigation Discovery Lifetime
Lifetime Movies Local Now Motortrend
MSNBC MTV National Geographic
Nat Geo Wild NBA TV NBC
NBC Golf NBCSN NBC Universo
Nickelodeon Nick Jr NFL Network
Olympic Channel Oxygen Pac 12 Network
Pop Smithsonian Channel Sundance TV
SYFY Telemundo TBS
TNT Travel Channel TruTV
TCM TVG TVLand
Universal Kids Univision Uni Mas
Univision TDN USA VH1
Viceland The Weather Channel We TV

 

Fubo Ultra Channels
(Plus 110 Standard Channels)
Cooking Channel DIY Network Gameshow Network
BBC World News Sony Entertainment Channel People TV
Stadium Zona Futbol Insp
Revolt Boomerang CNN International
Ginx eSports TV CNBC World Newsy
Tennis Channel Baby TV Teen Nick
Nicktoons Nick Music MTV2
Logo BET Jams MTVU
MTV Live MTV Classic BET Soul
BET Her Destination America Discovery Life
Science Channel American Hero Channel Discovery Family
Showtime (9 Channels) GOLTV (2 channels) NFL Redzone
Pac 12 Network (6 channels) Fox College Sports (3 channels) VSiN
Game+ Fight Network TVG2
TyC Sports    

 


 

FuboTV Local Channels

Local TV fans owe it to themselves to check out FuboTV. While you’ll still need to use an over-the-air to find ABC shows, FuboTV offers FOX, NBC, and CBS to most users who sign up. There are exceptions depending on contracts in different parts of the country. However, FuboTV has made support of local TV stations a massive part of its business model. For the vast majority of the country, FuboTV is a reliable home for local channels.

 


 

FuboTV channels: The add-ons

One area where FuboTV packages really shine is in the add-on channels. In addition to the aforementioned Fubo Latino add-on, FuboTV offers seven additional add-on packages geared towards specific interests. One thing to keep in mind however is how many of these add-on channels come with the Fubo Ultra package. If you’re interested in more than one, it might be worth going ahead an upgrading your package to save some money.

Sports Plus with NFL RedZone

Cost: $10.99 per month

I don’t even think of this as an add-on; it’s essential. You get one of the best ways to stream NFL RedZone line and all the college sports you can handle.

FuboTV Sports Plus with NFL RedZonechannels:

  • Fight Network
  • Fox College Sports Atlantic
  • Fox College Sports Central
  • Fox College Sports Pacific
  • Game+ Network
  • GolTV English
  • GolTV Spanish
  • NFL RedZone
  • Pac-12 Arizona
  • Pac-12 Bay Area
  • Pac-12 Los Angeles
  • Pac-12 Mountain
  • Pac-12 Oregon
  • Pac-12 Washington
  • Sports Illustrated
  • Stadium (four channels)
  • Tennis Channel
  • TVG2
  • TyC Sports
  • VSiN
  • Zona Futbol

International Sports Plus

Cost: $5.99 per month

FuboTV International Sports Plus channels:

  • Eleven Sports Network
  • Fox Soccer Plus
  • Gol TV English
  • Gol TV Spanish
  • TyC Sports
  • Zona Futbol

Fubo Cycling

Cost: $11.99 per month

This package is the same as the International Sports Package, adding the Fubo Cycling channel for an extra $6 per month.

  • Eleven Sports Network
  • Fox Soccer Plus
  • Fubo Cycling
  • Gol TV English
  • Gol TV Spanish
  • TyC Sports
  • Zona Futbol

Adventure Plus/h3>
Cost: $4.99

A solid addition if you’re the type of person who prefers to catch their dinner or pitch a tent instead of staying in a hotel.

Adventure Plus channels:

  • Outdoor Channel
  • Sportsman Channel
  • World Fishing Network
  • Outside.TV
  • MAV TV
  • Motorsport.TV

Latino Plus

For $7.99 per month, Spanish-speaking households can add the Latino Plus package. Here’s what comes with the subscription.

    • Baby TV Espanol
    • Cine Sony Television
    • CNN en Espanol
    • Discovery en Espanol
    • Discovery Familia
    • El Gourmet
    • GolTV Spanish
    • Mas Chic
    • Nat Geo Mundo
    • Nuestra Tele
    • Telefe
    • Tr3s
    • Zona Futbol

 

 

FuboTV Premium Channels

FuboTV offers two Premium Channel packages to its subscribers.

Showtime

Cost: $10.99

You won’t get access to Showtime Anytime, the channel’s standalone app. But you get the next best thing: Nine channels of live Showtime action, including on-demand access within the app. 

  • Showtime
  • Showtime 2
  • Showtime Beyond
  • Showtime East
  • Showtime Extreme
  • Showtime Family
  • Showtime Next
  • Showtime Showcase
  • Showtime West
  • Showtime Women

AMC Premiere

Cost: $4.99

For $4.99, AMC Premiere subscribers get new episodes of shows without ads. The package also includes instant access to watch full seasons of shows, extended episodes, bonus content, and a curated selection of movies and original series.

 


 

FuboTV DVR and multiple screens

Every FuboTV account comes with 30 hours of free cloud DVR as part of their membership. If you need more DVR space than that, you’ve got two options. First, you can bump your cloud DVR up to 500 hours of storage for $9.99 per month. The expanded DVR space is also included in the FuboTV Ultra package, which is $20 more than the $54.99 Standard plan. If you’re thinking about paying for extra DVR space anyway, it makes sense to splurge the extra $10 on top of what you’d be paying and get the Ultra package with its bonus channels.

As for Unlimited Screens, sadly, FuboTV isn’t there just yet. However, standard memberships include the ability to stream on up to two devices at the same time. Families who’d like to add a screen can do so for $5.99 per month.

FuboTV On-demand and Offline Viewing

FuboTV has poured a ton of effort into its on-demand options, making it easy for viewers to quickly find content based on genre or theme. Shows and movies are sorted by genre, in an easy to navigate menu. This organization is great because FuboTV doesn’t own its on-demand content, it simply streams what the networks provide. Still it’s nice that they put the user interface first when some other streaming TV services treat on-demand like an afterthought.

At the moment, FuboTV is purely a streaming TV service and does not offer any methods for watching content offline.

 


 

FuboTV vs. the Competition

FuboTV vs. Hulu Live TV

In a head-to-head match up the battle between Hulu and FuboTV comes down to channels and ESPN. Each service costs $54.99 per month and offers roughly the same experience with multiple screens and DVR. FuboTV offers far more channels, with 110+ compared to Hulu Live TV’s 60+, but Hulu Live TV has ESPN, where FuboTV does not. Hulu Live TV also includes a Hulu streaming membership, giving it effectively the largest on-demand library of any service. It’s a difficult choice. We’d say for major soccer fans or anyone who wants to watch the Super Bowl in 4K, FuboTV is a no-brainer. But this is a close tie.

FuboTV vs. Sling TV

FuboTV and Sling are essentially polar opposites. Sling TV is a budget-minded streaming service with small packages of channels. FuboTV has one of the largest packages of channels in the industry. The one area that Sling TV bests FuboTV is in carrying ESPN, which you can get from Sling TV for $30 per month in the Orange package. Outside of that one channel and Sling’s lower start-up cost, FuboTV beats Sling TV in every regard. Unless your budget is tight, we’re on FuboTV’s side here.

FuboTV vs. AT&T TV Now

There are too many good streaming TV services on the market to recommend AT&T Now to anyone. For the last two years, this writer has subscribed to DirecTV Now, a relationship that recently ended due to AT&T effectively ruining the service. Since the switch, this writer has experienced fewer channels, higher costs, worse apps, and terrible communication. FuboTV is an easy winner here.

FuboTV vs. YouTube TV

Of all the services, FuboTV needs to worry about, YouTube TV may be its biggest and least expected threat. Offering 70+ channels, including local channels and ESPN, for just $49.99 per month, YouTube TV is hard to beat. While FuboTV only gives new subscribers 30 hours of cloud DVR, YouTube TV lets viewers have unlimited DVR for every family member who uses the account. The one area where FuboTV really beats YouTube TV is sports and 4K. FuboTV is the only place to watch the Super Bowl in 4K on streaming TV right now. While YouTube TV has ESPN, it lacks the international sports options of FuboTV leaving you in the cold during the soccer season. Ultimately it’s a matter of where your priorities lay. Each service is well worth your time, it just comes down to your needs.

 


 

Is FuboTV worth it?

When it launched, FuboTV was a promising yet flawed product. Originally, the service was largely focused on streaming sports, meaning it often had more sports than entertainment. That’s dramatically changed in the years since. FuboTV now offers one of the largest packages of channels and features of any streaming TV service, while maintaining its original focus on sports. From international to American leagues, Fubo TV is a sports fan’s dream with one minor exception. The service doesn’t have ESPN. While that will limit some of the games you can see, it’s a minor complaint in the scheme of things.

On the entertainment front, FuboTV’s growth is incredible. You get everything from Comedy Central and Cartoon Network to MTV and History. There are over 100 channels on the standard plan, far more than anyone else is offering for the same cost. If you’re looking to keep the sports fans in your family just as happy as everyone else, FuboTV is a smart idea. But even if you don’t care about sports, this is a great service. We highly recommend FuboTV for large families with varied tastes, 4K sports fans, and anyone who loves soccer.



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Austin Powell

Austin Powell

Austin Powell is the former managing editor of the Daily Dot. His work focuses on the intersection of entertainment and technology. He previously served as a music columnist for the Austin Chronicle and is the co-author of The Austin Chronicle Music Anthology.