You can watch FOX live without cable with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu With Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV Now, Vidgo, Locast, or an OTA antenna. In this article, we’ll help you decide which option is best for you. Let’s get started!

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How to Watch FOX on Sling TV

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If you choose to use a cord-cutting streaming service, Sling TV is going to be one of your cheapest options to get FOX without cable. This service carries FOX for just $25 per month, among other news, sports, and entertainment channels.

Sling TV Pricing and Packages

Sling TV seemingly keeps things simple with just a few channel packages on offer. That said, the mixing and matching of channels in the packages can be a bit confusing. Sling TV also has the most extensive list channel add-ons that you’ll find, so this can easily complicate things if you’re not careful.

Sling Orange
Limited time offer
$20.00/ month

30+ channels

ESPN

$20 for your first month

1 simultaneous stream.

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Sling Blue
Limited time offer$20.00/ month

45+ channels

ESPN

$20 for your first month

3 simultaneous streams

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Sling Orange + Blue
Limited time offer
$35.00/ month

50+ channels

ESPN

$35 for your first month

4* simultaneous streams

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* You get 1 stream for Sling Orange channels and up to 3 simultaneous streams for Sling Blue channels.

Sling TV’s two basic channel packages, Sling Orange and Sling Blue, both cost just $30 per month, while you can combine the two packages into one for $45 per month.

Sling TV Channels

If you can FOX, you’ll need to subscribe to Sling Blue. Through Sling Blue, you get FOX as well as several other FOX-owned networks, such as FOX Sports 1 and 2, FX, and FXX, as well as other must-haves like Discovery Channel, History Channel, AMC, and A&E. In all, Sling Blue comes with around 45 channels, depending on where you live.

You can use Sling TV’s channel lookup tool to determine if it offers a local FOX affiliate in your area.

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Sling TV Supported Devices

You can also stream directly from a large library of available apps, including those natively available for iOS and Android, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, several smart TVs, and a few other devices. You can also stream directly from your web browser on Windows or Mac computers.

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Sling TV Simultaneous Streams

With Sling Blue, you’ll be able to stream from 3 devices at once. That’s more than most services offer without paying extra. Thankfully, that’s also more than you’d get if you had to go with Sling Orange, which only provides 1 device stream per account.

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Sling TV DVR

Sling TV does have a cloud DVR option, but it’s small. You’ll get a 10-hour cloud DVR for the price. However, you can pay $5 extra per month to get Sling’s 50-hour cloud DVR. On a positive note, though, that still only puts you at $35 per month, which is very affordable compared to cable.

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Sling TV On-Demand Library

Sling TV provides several thousand hours of content available through its service. Most of that content comes from the channels available through the service. Each channel offers a selection of content through Sling TV for a limited amount of time, so your on-demand library will change from time to time. 

The service previously had little TV Everywhere support, but now has over a dozen contracts with TV Everywhere-connected channels. You can use your Sling TV login to get access to a large amount of additional on-demand content.

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Watch FOX on FuboTV

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If you’re looking for FOX because of its sports coverage, fuboTV is going to be a good choice for you. Not only does fuboTV offer FOX without cable, but it includes a huge line-up of sports channels, as well as an even larger selection of entertainment and news channels.

fuboTV Pricing and Packages

At this time of writing, fuboTV offers 4 streaming packages starting at $54.99 per month.

Standard
7-day free trial
$54.99/ month

92 channels

2 simultaneous streams

30 hours of DVR space

SHOWTIME

Sports Plus add-on

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Family
7-day free trial
$59.99+/ month

92 channels

3 simultaneous streams

500 hours of DVR space

SHOWTIME

Sports Plus add-on

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Entertainment
7-day free trial
$69.99/ month

92 channels

2 simultaneous streams

500 hours of DVR space

SHOWTIME

Sports Plus add-on

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Ultra
7-day free trial
$79.99/ month

113 channels

3 simultaneous streams

500 hours of DVR space

SHOWTIME included

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*Note that in order to see the Family, Entertainment, and Ultra plans, you need to first press "Start Free Trial." After you create an account, you'll see all of these plans.

Every package carries FOX without cable, so the package you choose will mostly depend on which additional channels and features you want.

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fuboTV Channels

FuboTV is a sports-centric option, but it also carries dozens of non-sports networks, including FOX, CBS, AMC, A&E, AMC, SYFY and more. You’ll get 90+ channels, depending on where you live.

You can easily check to see if this package carries your local FOX affiliate just by connecting to the site with your location services activated on either your mobile device or your web browser.

Learn more here.

fuboTV Supported Devices

FuboTV has wide device coverage. You can stream directly from the web on Windows or Mac computers, or natively from apps for Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick, Roku, Chromecast, and iOS or Android.

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fuboTV Simultaneous Streams

With fuboTV, you’ll get 2 simultaneous streams, which is fairly standard in the market for this type of service. You can increase that to 3 streams using fuboTV’s Family Share Add-on for $5.99 extra per month.

You can also get the added stream by purchasing a higher-tier streaming package.

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fuboTV DVR

This service also offers a rather good 30-hour cloud DVR. You can also keep your shows indefinitely, making it among the best cloud DVR options on the market that comes included with the base price. If 30 hours isn’t enough for you (especially considering you can keep your videos forever), you can upgrade to a rather impressive 500 hours of cloud storage for $9.99 per month extra.

If you want a more inclusive package, fuboTV offers streaming packages that come with the increased DVR storage.

Learn more here.

fuboTV On-Demand Library

You can watch a large number of TV shows and movies on-demand through fuboTV. Specifically, the primary on-demand content is made available in two ways. First, fuboTV has a 72-hour rewind feature that offers content from most channels for 3 days. The 72-hour rewind feature does not use your DVR storage, so it’s considered part of the on-demand library.

Secondly, most channels offer some of their content through fuboTV. With 90+ channels, you’ll have thousands of hours of TV shows and movies to watch at any time. Additionally, fuboTV has a large number of TV Everywhere contracts in place that you let you watch even more content on separate networks’ websites and apps.

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Watch FOX on Hulu With Live TV

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Hulu is a growing powerhouse in the cord-cutting marketplace, with its on-demand service easily rivaling Netflix. Now, however, you can sign up to Hulu With Live TV for a relatively low cost in order to get FOX and a load of other channels and features.

Hulu With Live TV Pricing and Packages

Hulu with Live TV offers just one, easy-to-understand channel package. You can sign up to the service for $54.99 per month in order to get 60-70+ channels, which may include your local FOX affiliate, depending on where you live.

Hulu + Live TV
7-Day Free Trial
$44.99/ month

67 Channels

2 simultaneous streams

ESPN and Disney

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Hulu With Live TV Channels

Hulu offers a ZIP code lookup tool directly on its homepage that will let you know exactly which channels are offered in your area.

Should you find Hulu offers FOX for you, it’s a potentially great option to explore. You’ll also get popular cable networks such as Discovery Channel, Food Network, ESPN, FOX Sports, AMC, and more.

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Hulu With Live TV Supported Devices

Hulu With Live TV supports most modern streaming devices. You can use your web browser to watch on your computer, iOS and Android to watch on-the-go, and you can watch on streaming platforms such as Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, the Xbox One/360, and some Samsung Smart TVs. Recently, Hulu With Live TV even added support for the Nintendo Switch.

Learn more here.

Hulu With Live TV Simultaneous Streams

Hulu With Live TV offers 2 simultaneous streams per account. You can expand this to 3 streams per account outside of your home Wi-Fi network, and an unlimited number of devices connected to your home Wi-Fi. An additional and optional add-on will get you these features if you need them.

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Hulu With Live TV DVR

You’ll also get a 50-hour unlimited cloud DVR, which you can expand to 200 hours with an optional add-on.

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Hulu With Live TV On-Demand Library

For the price, you’ll get access to the entire Hulu on-demand streaming library. That includes popular shows like Handmaid’s Tale and Harlots, as well as the growing library of anime and movies available through the service.

But it doesn’t stop there. As with other live TV services, Hulu also provides content from its live TV channels on-demand as well. As such, Hulu as the largest on-demand library of any other service on our list. You’ll find 85,000 TV show episodes and movies available. To top it off, Hulu With Live TV also lets you connect to a growing number of TV Everywhere apps and websites.

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Watch FOX on AT&T TV Now

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AT&T TV Now is among many services which offer a wide range of channels at a comparatively high price. However, it’s among the few that provide local FOX broadcast networks to most of the US. 

AT&T TV Now Pricing and Packages

You’ll find AT&T TV Now has a large number of packages and channels, but comes in at a very hefty price for what you’ll get:

  • Plus: 45+ channels / $65 per month. Includes HBO
  • Max: 60+ channels / $85 per month. Includes HBO, Cinemax
  • Entertainment: 65+ channels / $93 per month
  • Choice: 85+ channels / $110 per month
  • Xtra: 105+ channels /  $124 per month
  • Ultimate: 125+ channels / $135 per month

You can get FOX without cable through the Plus package.

Learn more here.

AT&T TV Now Channels

AT&T TV Now has every channel you might want if you go big. But even the lowest-cost option includes must-haves like ESPN, HGTV and AMC. You’ll also get HBO as part of the two introductory packages (but not the higher-priced packages).

See the full channel lineup here.

AT&T TV Now Supported Devices

You can stream on most popular streaming devices, like Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast, as well as a handful of smart TVs and directly from your web browser, among other options.

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AT&T TV Now Simultaneous Streams

With AT&T TV Now, you’ll get 2 simultaneous streams, which is standard across most of the services, but still very low. You can add a third stream for $5/month extra.

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AT&T TV Now DVR

You’ll only get a 20-hour cloud DVR, which is the absolute lowest storage limit on the market. As a bit of a kick-in-the-teeth, AT&T TV Now also restricts you to a 30-day expiration date on your recorded videos.

Learn more here.

AT&T TV Now On-Demand Library

AT&T TV Now boasts of having tens of thousands of hours of on-demand content. Much of that comes from the channels on offer, and if you opt for its largest (and most expensive) streaming package, you’ll get on-demand content from over 120 channels. There’s also notable TV Everywhere support through AT&T TV Now, which makes it a great option for on-demand content viewing. 

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Watch FOX on YouTube TV

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You may be familiar with YouTube, but you may not be familiar with YouTube TV. This is Google’s entry into the live TV streaming market, and it’s a pretty strong entry at that.

YouTube TV Pricing and Packages

Similar to Hulu with Live TV, YouTube keeps things simple with a single streaming package. You can purchase YouTube TV for $49.99 per month and get 70+ channels

Learn more here.

YouTube TV Channels

YouTube TV is a bit heavy on sports, to include ESPN, FOX Sports, CBS Sports, and more. You’ll also get a large number of entertainment channels as well, such as Discovery and AMC.

The service offers a simple ZIP code lookup on its main page that will let you know if you can get a local FOX affiliate through the service. If you can’t get FOX, another service may carry it, but you may also find that you can’t get YouTube TV at all as the service has not yet rolled out to the entire country. If you’re in rural America, you might be completely out of luck with YouTube TV.

Learn more here.

YouTube TV Supported Devices

You can watch YouTube TV on your web browser, iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, and a number of smart TVs. At present, the service has no app for Amazon Fire TV devices, although one should be coming in the future. 

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YouTube TV Simultaneous Streams

You’ll able to enjoy 3 simultaneous device streams per account, making YouTube TV among the most shareable options on the list.

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YouTube TV DVR

This service offers an unlimited DVR that doesn’t expire your videos for 9 months. You also have the option to create 6 unique user profiles. What’s more, each profile gets its own unlimited DVR.

Learn more here.

YouTube TV On-Demand Library

Its expansive channel package number means you’ll get thousands of on-demand titles at any given time through YouTube TV. Although it doesn’t heavily advertise it, YouTube TV also records many recently-aired shows to its own server and lets you watch them immediately after they air. You can even skip commercials on many channels’ on-demand content.

If you want to expand your on-demand options, YouTube TV works with a large number of TV Everywhere apps and separate channel websites.

Learn more here.

Watch FOX on Vidgo

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One of the newest live TV streaming services on the market, Vidgo provides several changes packages, two of which carry local FOX broadcast networks.

Vidgo Pricing and Packages

You’ll find four channel packages available through Vidgo:

  • Core Package: $39.99 per month 65+ channels
  • Plus Package: $49.99 per month for 90+ channels
  • Latino Package: $14.99 per month for 20+ Spanish-language channels
  • Latino Mas: $24.99 per month for 25+ Spanish-language channels

To get FOX broadcasts, choose either the Core or Plus packages. That said, Vidgo doesn’t do a particularly good job of helping you determine if those channels are available from its service in your area. You’ll need to contact the service directly to find out. 

Vidgo Channels

Depending on where you live, Vidgo will offer FOX and ABC. However, you’ll also dozens more channels regardless of where you live, such as ESPN, FOX Sports, Animal Planet, History Channel, Science Channel, HGTV, and many others.

Vidgo Supported Devices

This service has apps available for most of the popular devices nad operating systems, including Android and iOS.

The full list of supported devices includes:

  • TV streaming media players: Apple TV,  Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, and Roku
  • Smart TVs: Android TV
  • Mobile devices and tablets: Android and iOS
  • Game consoles: None
  • Desktop browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge

Vidgo Simultaneous Streams

You can stream on up to 3 devices at once with this service.

Vidgo DVR

There is currently no DVR option available for Vidgo subscribers.

Vidgo On-Demand Library

Vidgo provides on-demand streaming for most of the channels in its streaming package. You’ll be limited by the number of channels in your package. This service does not provide access to TV Everywhere apps. 

How to Watch FOX on Amazon Fire TV

You can watch FOX on Amazon Fire TV with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu With Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV Now, Vidgo, Locast, or an OTA antenna.  You can find apps for all of these services, including Locast, directly from the Amazon Fire TV app store. For your OTA streaming, you may be able to cast your live TV to Amazon Fire TV using different software options, such as Tablo.

You can also download the FOX app and sign-in using your credentials from each of these services to watch live or on-demand content.

How to Watch FOX on Roku

You can watch FOX on Roku with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu With Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV Now, Vidgo, Locast, or an OTA antenna.  Each of these services has an app available through the Roku Channels Store. There are even a few apps that let you stream your OTA channel content on the Roku. AirTV is a popular option for that. 

The FOX NOW app is also available on Roku, which you can use with your streaming service login information to watch FOX content live or on-demand. 

How to Watch FOX on Apple TV

You can watch NBC on Apple TV with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu With Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV Now, Vidgo, Locast, or an OTA antenna.  The Apple TV uses the iOS app store, which currently has apps available for all of these services. There are also a few OTA TV apps that let you broadcast content to your Apple TV using your digital OTA antenna.

The FOX NOW app is available on Apple TV for those using a service with TV Everywhere contracts for FOX.

Additional Options to Get FOX Without Cable

Getting FOX through one of the above cord-cutting options is the easiest and safest method to cut the cord. But those aren’t the only options you’ll find. The following services and options are also available if you’re looking to enjoy FOX content live or on-demand.

  • Locast: A free internet TV streaming service that provides live broadcasts of local affiliates in a half-dozen large markets. Location services required to verify location.
  • Hulu: If you only want on-demand video, Hulu has most of what you need. It has a large library of FOX-branded content that you can get for just $5.99 per month.

Use an OTA Antenna to Get FOX Without Cable

Over-the-air digital antennas are a great option to get live broadcasts of popular TV networks. You won’t get cable TV, but you will get channels like FOX, CBS, NBC, ABC, My9 and CW, among others. That is, of course, assuming that your local affiliate’s digital, over-the-air broadcasts reach your home without interruption.

Over-the-air digital antennas are easy to set up and can be paired with DVRs to help record shows as well. Sling TV actually sells starter packs for those looking to pair its service with an OTA setup.

Other Great Streaming Services

While we’ve already mentioned Hulu with Live TV as a great option to get FOX live without cable, you may want to add some additional options to your streaming life. This can include Disney+, which has a wide selection of on-demand streaming, or ESPN+, which can enhance your sports streaming selection with must-see content.

Disney+ provides its large library of new and classic movies, including Marvel and Star Wars-branded content. With ESPN+, you’ll get access to live and on-demand sports streaming for popular US and international sports, as well as exclusive access to UFC events.

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