If you live in Tennessee and you want to watch Grizzlies and Predators games on Fox Sports Tennessee, then you’ll need a cable subscription because none of the streaming services carry that channel. With a cable subscription, you can stream through the Fox Sports Go app.
Fox agreed to sell most of its TV business to Disney in 2019, but regulators forced Fox to sell them to the Sinclair Broadcast Group. And then Sinclair decided to raise its prices. Sling TV rejected the deal in late 2019 and fuboTV dropped the RSNs a few months later.
Why Can’t I Watch Fox Sports Tennessee on Hulu with Live TV Anymore?
Hulu with Live TV kept the Fox RSNs streaming through October 2020. But Sinclair’s terms were too much and Hulu dropped Fox Sports RSNs. Sports fans suffer, but Hulu with Live TV is still a competitive alternative to cable with more than seventy channels and a huge on-demand library.
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Why Can’t I Watch Fox Sports Tennessee on YouTube TV Anymore?
When the pandemic broke out, YouTube TV negotiated an extension to its deal with Sinclair. That allowed the service to keep streaming regional sports through the 2020 major league seasons. Once big-league sports was over, YouTube TV dropped the Fox RSNs as well.
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How to Watch Fox Sports Tennessee on Amazon Fire TV
You can watch Fox Sports Tennessee on Amazon Fire TV with Fox Sports Go.
How to Watch Fox Sports Tennessee on Roku
You can watch Fox Sports Tennessee on Roku with Fox Sports Go.
How to Watch Fox Sports Tennessee on Apple TV
You can watch Fox Sports Tennessee on Apple TV with Fox Sports Go.
Use the Fox Sports Go App
Since Fox Sports and the regional Fox Sports networks are owned by different companies, you need to use separate apps. The Fox Sports app streams content from the Fox Sports channels. The Fox Sports Go app lets you stream your regional sports content.
Both apps require a cable-TV subscription in order to unlock the live streams.
The following devices have an app for Fox Sports Go:
- Living room devices: Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast and Roku.
- Smart TVs and Blu-ray players: Devices based on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Roku.
- Mobile devices and tablets: Amazon Fire tablets, Android and iOS.
- Game consoles: Xbox One.
- Desktop browsers: Chrome, Edge, Firefox and Safari.
Chris Casper is a former tech industry product manager who escaped from California for New Mexico. Now he writes about science and tech while searching for the perfect green chile sauce.