Thinking about subscribing to Fubo, but not sure if this internet TV service is right for you? You may be wondering about the Fubo on-demand library. What channels have on-demand viewing options? How much content can you expect? How long is each show available?
In this quick guide, we’ll answer all of these questions and more. Read on for more details about the Fubo on-demand library in this mini-review.
How much content is available on-demand from Fubo?
Fubo has thousands of hours of on-demand content, sourced from each of the networks carried on the service. If you have E! in your Fubo package, for example, you’ll be able to watch recently-aired episodes of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
This is an important distinction, though. Fubo itself does not own any on-demand content. It’s all provided by the channels and networks that the service carries.
This means that most newer shows are limited to the last 3-5 episodes aired in the last few weeks. Keeping Up With The Kardashians, for example, just has a few of the latest episodes that aired – the rest are not available on-demand.
Because Fubo doesn’t control each individual channel and the content they add, the total number of available shows and movies also changes quite frequently. There are hundreds of movies and thousands of TV episodes, though, so you’re unlikely to run out of content to watch.
What kind of content can I expect from the Fubo on-demand library?
Mostly, you’ll find recent episodes of popular TV shows from networks like A&E, AMC, E!, and HGTV, and others. This includes Killing Eve, The Big Bang Theory, Fixer Upper, and Live PD. You’ll usually find somewhere between 3-10 episodes of most of these popular shows.
There are also a number of movies from networks like Sundance, SyFy, AMC, E!, and National Geographic, including some top titles like Free Solo, The Avengers, La La Land, and 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.
As mentioned, though, this lineup is always subject to change as new shows are added and movie syndication rights end. We recommend signing up for a free Fubo trial if you’d like to see what content is available from the Fubo on-demand library.
- Want to learn more about Fubo’s free trial? Check out this article.
Does Fubo on-demand content have commercials?
When we tested the Fubo on-demand content feature, our experience varied. Some content, like Guardians of the Galaxy, had no commercial breaks. Other shows, like One of a Kind on HGTV, did have commercials integrated into the content.
For the most part, you can pause, rewind, and fast-forward through all on-demand content just like you would with Netflix, or any other ad-free video-on-demand platform. However, some pieces of content disable this functionality – likely to ensure you have to watch commercials.
What's on Fubo?
Not sure what kind of live programming you can watch on Fubo, or want a quick preview? Check out the Flixed TV Guide for Fubo now. With this handy, easy-to-use, ad-free utility, you can see the channels, shows, and events that are currently available on Fubo right now!
What apps can I use to watch Fubo on-demand?
Fubo is available on-demand on every app and platform that supports the service. That includes iOS and Android, as well as Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku, as well as Android TV. Just click the “Shows” or “Movies” tab, browse for what you want to watch, and enjoy the Fubo on-demand library. You can read more about Fubo’s supported devices here.
Eric Liston • Author
Eric Liston is a content writer based in Columbus, Ohio. Since 2015, he’s been writing about technology, cord-cutting, and helping everyday people save money. He also has expertise writing about medicine, dentistry, insurance, and a variety of other industries. No matter what he’s writing, his focus is always on simplifying complex concepts and making them approachable for everyone. When he’s not slamming away on his keyboard at his home office, you’ll find Eric reading sci-fi novels, improving his disc golf game (he just hit his first 400-foot drive) and playing video games on his gaming PC.
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