Fubo Channels List for 2023: Plans, Pricing and Add-Ons

By Jim Kimble / Updated July 18, 2023

Here is a list of fubo channels, and everything you need to know about prices, add-ons and features.

fubo (formerly fuboTV) is a live TV streaming service with about 1.285 million subscribers in the U.S., according to the company’s Q1 results for 2023. On March 21, 2023, the company announced it was rebranding from its longtime name of FuboTV to Fubo.

In 2022, Fubo ranked #1 in Customer Satisfaction by J.D. Power among live TV streaming services followed by Sling TV and YouTube TV. The streaming service is aimed at cord-cutters and sports fans looking for alternatives to cable TV and satellite service.

What is Fubo?

Fubo is a internet-based pay TV service that is also referred to as over-the-top (OTT) streaming services or a multichannel video programming distributor (MVPD). 

Its largest customer base is in the U.S., and has expanded service into Canada and Spain.

The Home tab on Fubo. (photo credit: Jim Kimble / The Cord Cutting Report)

As of July 2023, Fubo has 162 live TV channels in the Pro plan. A subscription includes more than 30 free ad-supported streaming television channels or FAST channels. 

A subscription includes local broadcast channels such as NBCFOXCBSABC and CW across the U.S. Fubo launched on January 1, 2015 as a soccer streaming service, but evolved into a cable TV replacement. 

The service has regional sports networks such as Bally Sports, NESN and SportsNet New York

How much does Fubo cost? 

A subscription to the Pro plan is the entry-level option at $74.99 per month. The Pro plan has 162 live TV channels. 

Subscribers can watch live TV on 10 screens at once. Each account gets 1,000 hours of Cloud DVR storage. The Pro plan isn’t your only option for a subscription. The Elite bundle has 233 channels. The Premier package has more than 242 channels including 8 live SHOWTIME channels. 

Elite and Premier subscribers have access to some live sporting events in 4K. 

There is a standalone Latino bundle, which costs $32.99 per month, and has more than 59 live TV channels in Spanish. 

Fubo is among the few live TV streaming services left that still offers a free trial similar to YouTube TV and DIRECTV STREAM. Fubo competes with mostly four other live TV streaming services. YouTube TV has 128 live TV channels and costs $64.99 per month.

Hulu Live TV costs $69.99 per month and includes more than 75 live TV channels along with ad-supported versions of Disney+ and ESPN+. 

DIRECTV STREAM has an entry-level price of $74.99 per month. Sling TV has two smaller channel bundles that start at $40 per month. 

Fubo channels list

The exact number of channels within a channel plan varies based on where you live in the U.S. Some channels, such as Big Ten Network, may offer multiple live feeds. 

One area may offer more local broadcast channels or regional sports channels than others. The Elite and Premier plans get bigger by including add-ons, which are listed below. The Pro plan includes the following broadcast and cable TV networks. 

  • ABC (Select Markets)
  • ABC News Live
  • ACC Network (Local)
  • AccuWeather
  • Animal Planet
  • AXS TV Now
  • beIN Sports
  • beIN Sports 4
  • beIN Sports 5
  • beIN Sports 6
  • beIN Sports 7
  • beIN Sports 8
  • beIN Sports Español
  • beIN Sports Xtra
  • beIN Sports Xtra en Español
  • beIN Sports LaLiga
  • BET
  • Big Ten Network (+Alts)
  • Bloomberg
  • Bounce
  • Bravo
  • CBS (Select Markets)
  • CBS Sports Network
  • Cleo TV
  • CMT
  • CNBC
  • Comedy Central
  • Comedy Dynamics
  • Comet
  • Court TV
  • Cozi TV (Select Markets)
  • Crackle (On-demand)
  • Curiosity Stream (On-demand)
  • CW (Select Markets)
  • Dark Matter TV
  • Discovery Channel
  • Disney Channel
  • Disney Junior
  • Disney XD
  • Dove Channel
  • E!
  • ESPN
  • ESPN2
  • Estrella TV
  • Fail Army
  • Food Network
  • FOX (Select Markets)
  • FOX Business Network
  • FOX LiveNOW
  • FOX News Channel
  • (FS1) FOX Sports 1
  • (FS2) FOX Sports 2
  • FOX Weather
  • Freeform
  • Fubo Movie Network
  • Fubo Sports Network
  • Fuel TV
  • FX
  • FXX
  • Great American Family
  • Galavision
  • Game+
  • Get TV
  • Gusto TV
  • GOLF Channel
  • Hallmark Channel
  • Hallmark Drama
  • Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
  • HGTV
  • Impact Wrestling
  • Investigation Discovery
  • ion
  • ion Mystery
  • ion Plus
  • JTV
  • Law & Crime
  • Local Now
  • ABC Localish
  • Magnolia Network (formerly DIY Network)
  • Marquee Sports Network
  • MLB Network
  • MotorTrend
  • MTV
  • Nat Geo
  • NBC (Select Markets)
  • NBC LX
  • NBC News Now
  • NBC Universo
  • Newsmax
  • NewsNation
  • Next Level Sports
  • NFL Network
  • Nick Jr.
  • Nickelodeon
  • Origin Sports Network
  • OWN
  • Oxygen
  • Pac-12 Network
  • Paramount Network
  • Pet Collective
  • Pop TV
  • Popcornflix
  • QVC
  • SEC Network (Local)
  • Smithsonian Channel
  • Swerve Sports
  • Syfy
  • Tastemade
  • Tastemade en Español
  • Tastemade Travel
  • Telemundo (Select Markets)
  • The Big Dish
  • The Bob Ross Channel
  • The Design Network
  • The Weather Channel
  • TLC
  • Travel Channel
  • TUDN
  • TUDNxtra (11 channel feeds)
  • TV Land
  • UniMás
  • Universal Kids
  • Univision
  • USA
  • VH1

Note: The streamer announced in December 2022 that it no longer carries AMC Networks, including AMC, AMC Premiere, BBC America, BBC World News, IFC, WEtv and Sundance. 

Local channels on Fubo

Local broadcast networks such as ABC, CBS, FOX, CW, Telemundo, UniMás, and Univision are on the Pro plan. 

These are the same local affiliates available for free as over-the-air channels and carried by cable TV companies. 

The Guide tab lists the complete channel lineup. (Photo credit: Jim Kimble / The Cord Cutting Report)

MyNetworkTV is currently offered in 10 TV markets, or “Designated Market Areas.” 

They include Boston, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas; Houston, Texas; Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York City, Orlando, Phoenix, and Seattle-Tacoma. If you live in or around one of these cities, then you should be able to get local channels for that market.

fubo carries four independent networks in their respective TV markets; KTXA in Dallas-Fort Worth, KCAL in Los Angeles, WLNY in New York City, and KICU in the San Francisco-Oakland area.

Sports channels on Fubo

The Pro plan starts you off with a number of sports channels. 

Marquee Sports Network (national feed), FS1FS2NFL Network, beIN Sports, TUDN, CBS Sports Network, Big Ten Network, Golf Channel, ESPN, ESPN2, ACC Network, RealMadrid.TV, Origin Sports, Swerve Sports, Pac-12 Network, and fubo Sports Network are all part of the Pro bundle. 

Sports channels on Fubo can be filtered by league. (Photo credit: Jim Kimble / The Cord Cutting Report)

Subscribers to the Pro, Elite and Premier bundles can get in-market RSNs, including AT&T SportsNet, Bally Sports and NESN.

For $10.99 more per month, subscribers can add the “Sports Plus” bundle. Sports Plus channels include: 

  • ACC Network (out-of-market)    
  • ESPNews
  • Fight Network
  • Game+ Network
  • GolTV English
  • GolTV Spanish
  • IMPACT Wrestling
  • MLB Network
  • MLB Strikezone
  • NBA TV
  • NHL Network
  • NFL RedZone
  • Pac-12 Arizona
  • Pac-12 Bay Area
  • Pac-12 Los Angeles
  • Pac-12 Mountain
  • Pac-12 Oregon
  • Pac-12 Washington
  • Racing America
  • SEC Network (out-of-market)
  • SportsGrid
  • Stadium Plus (1,2,3)
  • TyC Sports
  • Zona Futbol
  • World Poker Tour
  • Stadium
  • Tennis Channel

Regional Sports Networks on Fubo

Fubo has a robust lineup of regional sports networks (RSNs) which are key channels if you want to watch in-market MLB, NBA or NHL games. In December 2022, Fubo announced an agreement with Sinclair Broadcast Group to carry 19 of the regional Bally Sports channels

Regional sports channels are available on Fubo’s Pro plan. This is the latest RSN channel lineup for 2023: 

  1. Altitude Sports
  2. AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh
  3. AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain
  4. AT&T SportsNet Southwest
  5. Bally Sports Arizona
  6. Bally Sports Detroit
  7. Bally Sports Florida
  8. Bally Sports Great Lakes
  9. Bally Sports Indiana
  10. Bally Sports Kansas City
  11. Bally Sports Midwest
  12. Bally Sports New Orleans
  13. Bally Sports North
  14. Bally Sports Ohio
  15. Bally Sports Oklahoma
  16. Bally Sports San Diego
  17. Bally Sports SoCal
  18. Bally Sports South
  19. Bally Sports Southeast
  20. Bally Sports Southwest
  21. Bally Sports Sun
  22. Bally Sports West
  23. Bally Sports Wisconsin
  24. Marquee Sports Network
  25. MSG, MSG+
  26. NBC Sports Bay Area
  27. NBC Sports Boston
  28. NBC Sports California, NBC Sports California+
  29. NBC Sports Chicago, NBC Sports Chicago+
  30. NBC Sports Philadelphia, NBC Sports Philadelphia+
  31. NBC Sports Washington
  32. NESN
  33. ROOT Sports Northwest
  34. SNY – SportsNet New York

There are a few caveats with Fubo’s RSN lineup. Marquee Sports Network is available nationally, but only in-market subscribers can watch live Chicago Cubs games during Major League Baseball season. The rest of the U.S. are subject to blackouts. 

AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain may not be available to you if you live in an area where the Colorado Rockies are the only team available.

This area includes the TV markets of Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Grand Junction/Montrose, and surrounding areas. According to fubo’s help page, the network will be added to those markets in the future.

Fubo add-on packages

Subscribers can customize their channel lineup with add-on bundles. These are groups of TV channels that you can add to your subscription and cancel whenever you like. Billing runs month to month.

The Fubo apps supports searches by genre for movies and shows. (Photo credit: Jim Kimble / The Cord Cutting Report)

Premium channel add-ons

fubo offers premium channels that you can add-on to any subscription to broaden your selection of films or original series. They include: 

MGM+ (formerly EPIX) is $5.99 per month. A subscription includes three channels total — MGM+, MGM+ Hits and MGM+ Marquee.

Pantaya is $5.99 per month. A subscription comes with one channel that shows classic and current Spanish-language films.

Showtime is $10.99 per month. A subscription includes 8 channels total. In addition to the main channel, there is Showtime 2, Extreme, Family, Next, Showcase, Showtime Women, and East and West feeds.

Starz is $8.99 per month. A subscription includes seven channels total. In addition to the main channel, there is Starz Encore, Encore Español, Edge, Comedy, InBlack and Starz Kids and Family. 

Adventure Plus add-on ($4.99 per month)

There are seven channels total within the Adventure Plus bundle, which focuses on extreme sports, hunting and the outdoors.

  1. INTROUBLE    
  2. Mav TV
  3. Outdoor Channel
  4. Outside TV
  5. Sportsman Channel
  6. Waypoint
  7. World Fishing Network

fubo Extra add-on ($7.99 per month)

There are 54 channels total within the Fubo Extra bundle. Most are entertainment channels with some sports and news networks.

  1. 911 Network    
  2. ACC Network (out-of-market)
  3. American Heroes Channel
  4. At Home with Family Handyman
  5. BET Her
  6. BET Jams
  7. BET Soul
  8. Circle TV
  9. CNBC World
  10. Cooking Channel
  11. Curiosity Channel
  12. Destination America
  13. Discovery Family
  14. Discovery Life
  15. DUST
  16. Elvis Presley Channel
  17. ESPNU
  18. ESPNews
  19. FXM
  20. Great American Country Living
  21. Game Show Network
  22. GINX Esports TV
  23. INSP
  24. Justice Central
  25. Logo
  26. Magnolia Network
  27. MLB Network 
  28. MTV2
  29. MTV Classic
  30. MTV Live
  31. MTVU
  32. Nat Geo Wild
  33. NBA TV
  34. Scripps News (formerly Newsy)
  35. NHL Network
  36. Nick Music
  37. Nicktoons
  38. Nosey
  39. Outside
  40. Pac-12 Network
  41. People Are Awesome
  42. People TV
  43. PokerGO
  44. Real Nosey
  45. Retrocrush
  46. REVOLT
  47. Revry
  48. Science Channel
  49. SEC Network (out-of-market)
  50. Sony Movie Channel
  51. TeenNick
  52. Tennis Channel
  53. Weatherspy
  54. Zona Futbol

International Sports Plus add-on ($6.99 per month)

There are 8 channels total within the International Sports Plus bundle that appeals to soccer and Spanish-language simulcasts.

  1. Next Level Sports    
  2. ESPN Deportes
  3. FOX Deportes
  4. FOX Soccer Plus
  5. GolTV English
  6. GolTV Spanish
  7. TyC Sports
  8. Zona Futbol

Latino Plus add-on ($19.99 per month)

There are 20 channels within the Latino Plus bundle, including movie networks and sports channels. 

  1. Baby TV    
  2. CentroAméricaTV
  3. Cinelatino
  4. Cine Sony Television
  5. Discovery en Español
  6. Discovery Familia
  7. ESPN Deportes
  8. Estrella News
  9. FOX Deportes
  10. FOX Life
  11. GolTV Spanish
  12. Hogar
  13. Nat Geo Mundo
  14. Nuestra Tele
  15. Pasiones
  16. Telefe
  17. Televisión Dominicana
  18. Tr3s
  19. WAPA América
  20. Zona Futbol

News Plus add-on ($2.99 per month)

There are 12 channels within the News Plus bundle, including business, international and legal news networks. 

  1. Africanews    
  2. Bloomberg
  3. Bloomberg Quicktake
  4. Cheddar News
  5. CNBC World
  6. Euronews
  7. i24 News
  8. Law & Crime
  9. NewsNet
  10. Revry News
  11. The Young Turks
  12. Ticker News

Portuguese Plus add-on ($14.99 per month)

There are five broadcast and cable Portuguese sports channels within the Portuguese Plus bundle.  

  1. Benfica TV    
  2. GolTV Spanish
  3. RTP Internacional
  4. RTP3
  5. RTP Açores

FOX Nation ($5.99 per month)

The Fox Nation add-on is an on-demand streaming service that has opinion-based talk shows, documentary-style shows and outdoor and recreation-related programs. You can find Fox Nation programming under the Shows or Movie tabs.   

Rai Italia ($7.99 per month)

Rai Italia is an international English language television network that features news, dramas, discussion-based programs, documentaries and sports coverage. 

TV5 Monde ($9.99 per month)

TV5 Monde is a French public television network that broadcasts international news, Ligue 1, Coupe de France final, France Six Nations matches, movies and music programming. 

What channels are 4K on fubo?

fubo has 4K support for a number of live sporting events. Big Ten Network, FOX, FS1 and NBC Sports have all had a selection of live games in 4K. fubo says it has more than 130 events in 4K resolution. The company maintains a 4K schedule for upcoming sports.

4K support used to be available in the Pro plan, but that changed in 2022. Only the Elite plan ($84.99 per month) and Premier plan ($94.99 per month) has 4K programming. 

You will need a 4K television, and a streaming device that supports 4K to benefit from the upscaled resolution. fubo says that some 4K programming may require that your TV or display supports HDR10. 

It’s important to note that broadcasters are providing upscaled 4K resolution, so it’s not native 4K resolution. 

fubo is the first live TV streaming service to offer 4K HDR video with the 2018 World Cup. But they are no longer the only game in town. YouTube TV offers a “4K Plus” add-on for $19.99 per month that can be added to the Base plan. YouTube TV’s Base plan is $64.99 per month. 

fubo app and device support

The fubo app is used to watch live channels included in your subscription. The fubo app is supported on most streaming devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV (4th Generation, tvOS v 13.0, or higher), and Chromecast with Google TV.

You can watch Fubo on Smart TVs running on Android TV from Sony, Sharp and TCL. Smart televisions from Sony, Hisense, TCL and Phillips running on Google TV are supported. LG TVs, Samsung Smart TVs (2015 and newer), Vizio SmartCast TV (2016 and newer) have Fubo apps. 

There are mobile apps for iPhones and iPads (iOS v15.0 and higher), and Android smartphones and tablets. Gamers can watch Fubo on recent Xbox One, Xbox One S and Xbox One X. PlayStation game consoles are currently not supported.

Family Share, simultaneous streams

Pro, Elite and Premier subscribers get Unlimited Screens, which allows 10 simultaneous streams on supported TVs and devices. 

fubo began testing out offering more simultaneous streams within the Pro plan in 2021, when it increased the Family Share option that allowed three streams at a time.

Similar to YouTube TV, fubo allows subscribers to create up to six profiles per account. The option allows up to six people in your household to have their own library of recordings, favorite channels and series that they can follow. 

How to watch fubo on Smart TVs

A number of Smart TVs support the Fubo app. Here is how to get start watching Fubo on your Smart TV:

1) Search for the Fubo app within the app or channel store on your Smart TV.

2) Once the app is downloaded, use your Fubo account to sign in with a username and password. (You can sign up for a free 7-day trial online beforehand if you don’t already have an account.)

3) If your Smart TV doesn’t support the Fubo app, plug in a streaming device that supports the Fubo to a HDMI port on the television. 

You can cast Fubo’s mobile app to any Smart TV that supports Chromecast.

Fubo DVR

All Fubo plans in the U.S. come with 1,000 hours of DVR space. The DVR for Fubo subscribers is Cloud based. You don’t need any DVR hardware to record movies, TV shows or sporting events. Fubo is storing your recordings for you on their servers.

The Guide tab supports viewing all channels by network. (Photo credit: Jim Kimble / The Cord Cutting Report)

You can set up a recording under the Guide, Shows or Movie tabs. Navigate to the program you want to record and press the ‘OK’ button on the remote control. A window will appear on the right hand side of the screen. Select ‘Recording options’ and choose whether to record a single episode or a whole series. 

Your saved programs are in the “My Stuff” tab, where you can manage your recordings, and delete what you don’t want. 

Fubo comparisons

Pricing and channel lineups are two of the biggest differences when comparing Fubo to its competitors. 

YouTube TV has 128 live TV channels in the Base plan, unlimited Cloud DVR and allows for six profiles within a household. YouTube’s live TV service has local broadcast channels, cable sports channels and some RSNs such as NBC Sports. A subscription costs $72.99 per month. YouTube TV still offers a free 7-day trial.

Hulu Live TV has more than 75 TV channels, unlimited DVR and ad-supported versions of Disney+ and ESPN+. A subscription is $69.99 per month. There is currently no free trial for the live TV package. 

Hulu Live carries the entire ESPN family of networks, local broadcast channels and regional NBC Sports channels. 

Sling TV remains a good budget option at $40 and carries ESPN and NFL Network, but in two different packages. If you wanted both networks, you would pay $55 per month. Sling TV carries NBC and FOX in a limited number of markets, and no regional sports networks.

DIRECTV STREAM has more than 75 channels in its Entertainment package. A subscription costs $74.99 per month. But for regional sports channels, you need the Choice bundle. The Choice plan is $99.99 per month. DIRECTV STREAM offers a free 5-day trial.

In 2023, fubo’s Pro plan began carrying the 19 regional Bally Sports networks. These RSNs air the majority of in-market MLB, NHL and NBA games in the U.S. 

Fubo free trial

Fubo offers a free 7-day trial for new customers. When you sign up for a Fubo subscription, you automatically get a free trial. You just need an email account, and provide either debit or credit card information. 

If you go beyond the free trial period, expect to get billed. When you cancel before the free trial ends, your access to live TV ends. You only get one free trial per account.

How to cancel Fubo

The easiest way to cancel is by doing it online when you are sitting in front of a computer. Sign in to your Fubo account, and select the profile of the account owner. Under the “My Account” tab, you can find the option to cancel your subscription.

Fubo Channels FAQ

These are common questions readers ask when researching questions about fubo’s channels, packages and pricing. 

What are the packages for Fubo?

There are three main channel packages available to Fubo subscribers in the U.S. 

$74.99 per month$84.99 per month$94.99 per month
152 channels 212 channels252 channels 
1,000 hours Cloud DVR storagefubo Extra (50 more channels)fubo Extra (50 more channels)
10 simultaneous screensNews Plus (11 extra channels)News Plus (11 extra channels)
1,000 hours Cloud DVR storageSHOWTIME (live and on demand)
10 simultaneous screensSports Plus with NFL Redzone
More than 130 events in 4K1,000 hours of Cloud DVR storage
10 simultaneous streams
More than 130 events in 4K
* Exact number of channels are subject to change among U.S. TV markets.

What channels are not on Fubo

Broadcast and cable TV channels can come and go from cable TV lineups and live TV streaming services. There are a number of channels that were either dropped from Fubo’s lineup over the years, or were never included. 

Currently, Fubo does not carry A&E, AMC, AMC Premier, BBC America, BBC World News, El Gourmet, IFC, fyi, Lifetime, Lifetime Movie Network, Mas Chic, Vice TV, WEtv, Sundance TV, Boomerang, Cartoon Network (Adult Swim), CNN, CNN International, CNN en Español, History, HLN, Lifetime, Lifetime Movie Network, NBCSN, TBS, TNT, truTV and Turner Classic Movies (TCM). 

A+E Networks released a statement about no longer being on Fubo, citing a failure to reach an agreement with the streamer. NBCSN is no longer on Fubo or other TV providers because the network was shut down by its parent company.

Does Fubo charge any fees?

Fubo charges a regional sports fee if you live in any part of the U.S. that carries a regional sports network such as Bally Sports, NESN or NBC Sports. If your channel lineup has one regional sports network, you will be charged an additional $10.99 per month.

For two or more regional sports networks, you will be charged $13.99 per month.

Does Fubo have ESPN+?

Fubo does not offer ESPN+ as an add-on streaming service. Fubo subscribers get a number of live ESPN networks, and you can activate the ESPN app for TV Everywhere access for live and on-demand programs. 

Are Fubo channels in HD?

Fubo streams in High Definition with 720p and 1080p resolution. Elite and Premier subscribers get select 4K programming that is upscaled from 1080p. fubo recommends having an Internet download speed of 20Mbps to ensure the best picture resolution. 

How to watch multiple games on Fubo

All Fubo plans currently allow you to have 10 simultaneous streams in a household. But if you want multiple games on a single TV, then you will need an Apple TV and enable Multiview.

With Multiview on Apple TV, you can watch up to four live channels at the same time on one screen.

When you are watching a TV channel, press the touchpad and select “Watch in Multiview.” You can swipe right or left to pick a second channel.

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Note: This article was published on January 7, 2023, and has been updated to reflect new pricing and plans.

Jim Kimble is a seasoned industry expert with over two decades of journalism experience. He has been at the forefront of the cord-cutting movement since 2016, testing and writing about TV-related products and services. He founded The Cord Cutting Report in 2016, and serves as the editor.

Major publications, including MarketWatch, Forbes, and South Florida Sun Sentinel, have interviewed Kimble for his years of expertise. He gives advice on the complexities consumers are navigating with streaming options, and over-the-air TV. Kimble has been a staff writer or correspondent for several award-winning, daily newspapers, including The Boston Globe.