Streaming Services with USA Network
USA Network is the home of the NHL Playoffs, dramas such as Queen of the South and blockbuster movies.
But you don’t need a cable subscription anymore to get USA Network in your channel lineup.
Now live TV streaming services carry USA Network, including Sling TV, AT&T TV, Hulu+ Live TV, fuboTV and YouTube TV.
Sling TV is currently your cheapest option for watching USA Network live. A Sling Orange subscription costs $35 per month for 34+ channels and 50 hours of Cloud DVR.
The first month of Sling TV costs only $10 for the first month. Once you sign up for a subscription, you can cancel whenever you like.
Table of Contents
- Streaming Services with USA Network
- Watch USA Network live on Roku, Fire TV and Apple TV
- Is Queen of the South still available on USA Network?
- What’s the best way to watch USA Network on Roku or Fire TV?
Watch USA Network live on Roku, Fire TV and Apple TV
If you’re unfamiliar with live TV streaming services or cord cutting, here’s a quick primer. There is a new age of TV underway, and you don’t need Comcast, Spectrum, Dish or DIRECTV to watch TLC.
Instead you can get an affordable Internet connection, and live stream your channels using a Roku, Apple TV or Amazon Fire TV.
You just need to pick a live TV streaming service with the channel lineup that you want.
Sling TV is one of the most popular platforms out there for streaming live TV. You can watch USA Network with the Orange bundle, but not Sling Blue.
The Sling Orange bundle has 34 channels for $35 per month. It’s definitely the cheapest way to watch the latest episodes of a new show as it airs live.
Comedy Central, ESPN, EPIX Drive-In, HGTV and TNT are included in the Sling Orange plan. You can look over the channel lineup for the Orange plan.
Sling TV includes 50 hours of Cloud DVR with a subscription.
When you sign up for Sling TV, there are no contracts, or extra fees like cable TV. The first month costs only $10. A subscription is $35 per month after that.
If you prepay for two months, you can get a free streaming device.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu’s Live TV package has 65+ live channels that includes USA Network, ESPN, ESPN2, FS1. HGTV and National Geographic.
Hulu’s live TV service also carries local NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX stations. If you’re a sports fan, having those local stations will be important for baseball, football and soccer.
You can look over Hulu’s local channels offered in your area by punching in your zip code.
A subscription comes with 50 hours of Cloud DVR to record whatever you want.
You can stream Hulu with Live TV on Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Android and Chromecast. Subscribers can also use their account to sign in to 38 apps for networks like FOX, History Channel, NBC Sports and Travel Channel.
Considering that you’re getting the live TV plan and the full catalog of Hulu on-demand library and Hulu Originals like The Handmaid’s Tale, it’s unlikely that you’ll run out of things to watch.
A subscription costs $64.99 per month. There’s no contract or hidden fees. You can easily cancel online before a free trial ends if you don’t like the service.
Hulu + Live TV has a free 7-day trial.
A Hulu on-demand subscription includes a hub for shows from USA Network. So you can watch full seasons of popular shows from USA Network, including The Purge, White Collar, Burn Notice, Treadstone and a number of others.
A subscription to Hulu on-demand costs only $5.99 per month. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial with no obligations.
fuboTV now has 116+ live TV channels, including sports, news and entertainment.
The fubo family bundle has ESPN, NFL Network, AMC, A&E, History channel, IFC, Sundance TV, Viceland, HGTV and Food Network.
A fuboTV subscription comes with 250 hours of Cloud DVR. So you can record your favorite shows on USA Network and watch them later. You don’t always need to use your Cloud DVR.
fuboTV also comes with a deep on-demand library. For sports fans, there’s the “look back”, an on-demand feature that lets you stream all sporting events that aired in the last 72 hours.
Look over the channel lineup to see what local stations and regional sports networks are offered in your area.
fuboTV has apps for just about any major streaming device, including Roku, Fire TV and Apple TV and NVIDIA Shield TV.
With a fuboTV account, you can also activate about 40 apps through TV Everywhere support. A subscription costs $64.99 per month.
fuboTV offers a free 7-day trial for new customers.
YouTube TV carries USA Network along with 85+ channels. A subscription costs $64.99 per month. Subscribers get local ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX stations with some cable TV staples. There’s ESPN, ESPN2, Fox News and TBS. A subscription includes unlimited Cloud DVR.
YouTube TV works with Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Google Chromecast with Google TV and Apple TV.
You can sign up for a free 7-day trial.
DIRECTV STREAM carries 65+ channels, including USA Network, in the Entertainment plan. A subscription costs $69.99 per month. ESPN, Nickelodeon and HGTV are part of the channel lineup.
Subscribers can stream on up to 20 devices at once. There are 20 hours of Cloud DVR for recordings and 40,000 on-demand movies and shows.
DIRECTV STREAM works on Roku, Android TV, Fire TV devices, Apple TV and smartphones and tablets.
You can look over the channel lineups and packages before deciding whether to sign up.
Is Queen of the South still available on USA Network?
The fifth and final season of Queen of the South just wrapped up on USA Network. Season 1 through 4 is currently on Netflix. The last few episodes of Season 5 are currently available on-demand through USA Network.
What’s the best way to watch USA Network on Roku or Fire TV?
There are a number of ways to watch USA Network without cable and watch popular shows live as they air.
Sling TV is the cheapest option at $35 per month. Sling Orange carries USA Network. You can look over the channel lineup or sign up for Sling TV. The first month costs $10. A subscription is $35 per month.
If you prepay for two months, Sling TV will give you a free streaming device.
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