Cutting the cord doesn’t mean you can’t watch live sports or prime-time shows; a video streaming service can replicate—and often improve on—the cable TV experience. FuboTV offers tons of sports, news, and entertainment channels, easy-to-use DVR capabilities, and reliable performance. Its main strength is that it covers most major sports and leagues at the local, national, and international levels.
FuboTV’s biggest downside is that most of its live streams are capped at 720p. The service also lacks Bally Sports regional sports networks (RSNs), as well as A&E- and Turner-owned channels. Still, for cord cutters looking to stream the widest variety of sports, fuboTV is a top option. So here are some fuboTV review.fuboTV review
|✔ Excellent all-around channel lineup ✔ Great for fans of international sports ✔ Exceptional user experience||✘ More expensive than other services|
✘ Missing ABC and ESPN
|FuboTV isn’t a great option for fans of American sports, but it has one of the best overall channel selection of any service.|
FuboTV review summary:
- Plans start at $55/mo.
- Includes over 100 channels, but missing many popular ones
- Comes with 30 hours of cloud DVR storage that stores indefinitely
- Two simultaneous streams
- Not compatible with any game consoles
From top to bottom, fuboTV has one of the largest, most well-rounded channel selections of any live TV streaming service. There are a few major omissions — more on that below — but if you’re looking for a streaming service that will replicate the all-encompassing channel lineups of cable or satellite TV, fubo is your best option.
Here are the major channels included in its base plan:
Big Ten Network
The Weather Channel
What channels is fuboTV missing?
Overall, there aren’t many popular channels that fuboTV doesn’t include. However, the ones it is missing could be deal-breakers for some. Here are some of the biggest names that aren’t available in fuboTV’s base plan or any of its add-ons:
- Disney Channel
- Disney Jr.
- MLB Network
- Music Choice
- National Geographic
Most live TV streaming services give you some options for customizing their base packages, but we were particularly impressed with the add-ons fuboTV offers. Here is a complete list of what’s available:
Sports Plus ($11/mo.): NFL RedZone, NBA TV, NHL Network, Stadium, Tennis Channel, Zona Futbol, GOL TV English, GOL TV Spanish, Pac-12 Arizona, Pac-12 Bay Area, Pac-12 Los Angeles, Pac-12 Mountain, Pac-12 Oregon, Pac-12 Washington, VSiN, Game+, Fight Network, TVG 2, TyC Sports, Stadium 1, Stadium 2, Stadium
fubo Cycling ($12/mo.): fubo Cycling, FOX Deportes, Zona Futbol, FOX Soccer Plus, GOL TV English, GOL TV Spanish, TyC Sports, Eleven Sports
fubo Extra ($6/mo.): Cooking Channel, DIY Network, Game Show Network, BBC World News, NBA TV, NHL Network, Sony Movie Channel, People TV, Stadium, Zona Futbol, INSP, Revolt, Boomerang, CNN International, GINX Esports TV, CNBC World, Newsy, Stadium 1, Stadium 2, Stadium 3, Tennis Channel, Fuse, Teen Nick, Nicktoons, Nick Music, MTV 2, Logo, BET Jams, MTVU, MTV Live, MTV Classic, BET Soul, BET Her, Destination America, Discovery Family, Discovery Life, Science, American Heroes Channel, Great American Country, Law & Crime
International Sports Plus ($6/mo.): FOX Deportes, Zona Futbol, GOL TV English, GOL TV Spanish, TyC Sports, FOX Soccer Plus, Eleven Sports
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