Fubo price, channels, plans, DVR, add-ons and everything else you need to know

FuboTV is a small but growing option for live streaming TV in the US. (Image credit: WhatToWatch.com)

Of the various live TV streaming services available to US cord-cutters, Fubo is perhaps the one with the most humble beginnings. Starting life as a simple way to stream live sports, Fubo has slowly grown and now offers countless channels and possibilities.

Fubo (which you may know as FuboTV, as it changed its name in 2023) is now a big rival to the likes of DirecTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV and YouTube TV, especially the former as both have many different packages with varying combinations of channels. The Fubo packages list gives you customization over your cord-cutting plans.

Fubo stays ahead of its rivals in a few ways: there's the Fubo free trial which lets you test it out without paying, plus it has a few different plans so you can personalize your bundle, which includes a Latino one for Spanish language-only channels.

For sports lovers, Fubo has a pretty big leg up on the competition — it streams select sports in 4K resolution. In the summer of 2018, it streamed its first sports event in 4K — the final rounds of the FIFA Men's World Cup. Since then, it's continuously streamed games and events in 4K, including the 2022 soccer World Cup.

There are some ways that Fubo lags behind its rivals though, with a channel list that lacks Turner and Warner Bros channels and, as of May 2024, also Discovery ones like Food Network and HGTV.

If you're considering a subscription, here's everything you need to know about Fubo.

Fubo plans

Fubo has four plans to choose from when you sign up for a subscription. All of these plans also come with a one-week Fubo free trial, allowing you to try before you buy and there's no contract so you can cancel at any time.

For a full run-through of what's on offer, we've got a guide to the Fubo packages you can select, but we'll give you a whistle-stop tour below for the highlights.

  • Fubo Pro plan: $74.99 per month for over 130 channels, 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR and up to 3 screens at once (on the go), 10 screens at once (at home).
  • Fubo Elite plan: $84.99 per month for over 190 channels, Fubo Extra channels, News Plus channels, 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR and up to 3 screens at once (on the go), 10 screens at once (at home).
  • Fubo Ultimate plan: $94.99 per month for over 230 channels, Fubo Extra channels, News Plus channels, SHOWTIME, Sports Plus with NFL Redzone, 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR and up to 3 screens at once (on the go), 10 screens at once (at home).
  • Fubo Latino plan: $74.97 per quarter for 43 Spanish-language channels, 250 hours of cloud DVR and two screens at once (on the go and at home).

Fubo channels

Fubo basic channels

The three English-language Fubo plans carry most of the major channels that you'd be looking for — the exception being the Turner/WarnerMedia channels like TCM and HBO Max. You do, however, get everything from The Disney Channel to SyFy, MSNBC, AMC, MTV, ABC and BBC America. So plenty to choose from.

The Fubo website has a full list of the 124 basic channels that you get with each English-language plan.

Fubo premium channel add-ons

In keeping with Fubo's mix and match offering, there are a number of premium channels that you can add to whichever plan you have. These are:

  • AMC Premiere, $4.99 a month.
    You'll get extended episodes, new episodes ad-free and select full seasons, bonus content, uncut movies and more.
  • EPIX, $5.99 a month
    Includes the top live channels, plus thousands of movies and shows.
  • Pantaya, $5.99 a month
    Spanish-language movie channel (from classics to current)
  • Showtime, $10.99 a month
    You get all of Showtime's live channels plus the entire SHOWTIME library
  • Showtime, EPIX and STARZ bundle, $19.99 per month
    You can also bundle SHOWTIME, EPIX and STARZ into one package.
  • Starz, $8.99 a month
    Includes the whole family of Starz channels, plus on-demand access.

Fubo channel add-ons

FuboTV has a number of add-on packages available so, depending on your interest area you can create a package that suits you without paying for channels you don't need.

Sports Plus with NFL RedZone add-on, $10.99 a month

  • NFL RedZone
  • NBA TV
  • NHL Network
  • MLB Network
  • MLB Strikezone
  • Stadium
  • Tennis Channel
  • Zona Futbol
  • ESPN-U
  • PAC-12 Network
  • VSiN
  • Game+
  • Fight Network
  • TVG2
  • Stadium 1
  • Stadium 2
  • Stadium 3
  • SEC Network
  • ESPN News
  • PAC-12 Arizona
  • PAC-12 Bay Area
  • PAC-12 Los Angeles
  • PAC-12 Mountain
  • PAC-12 Oregon
  • PAC-12 Washington
  • Fuel TV

Fubo Extra add-on, $7.99 a month
There are 41 channels in this add-on, with a variety of programming from cooking to sports. Some of the channels include:

  • Cooking Channel
  • Game Show Network
  • BBC World News
  • NBA TV
  • NHL Network
  • MLB TV
  • Sony
  • People TV
  • Zona Futbol
  • INSP
  • Revolt
  • CNBC 
  • Tennis Channel
  • Fuse
  • Teen Nick
  • Nick Toons
  • Nick Music
  • BET Jams
  • Nat Geo Wild

International Sports Plus add-on ($6.99 a month):
This add-on gives you live coverage of world-class sporting tournaments, perfect for international sports fans.

  • Fubo Latina Network
  • Fox Deportes
  • Zona Futbol
  • ESPN HD Deportes
  • GolTV English
  • GolTV Spanish
  • TyC Sports
  • Fox Soccer Plus
  • Tigo Sports
  • NXT LVL Sports
  • Real Madrid TV

Adventure Plus add-on, $4.99 a month
For the extreme sports fan, the adventure add-on gets you:

  • Outdoor Channel
  • Sportsman Channel
  • World Fishing Network
  • Outside TV
  • MAV TV
  • Insight TV

Sports Lite add-on, $9.99 a month:
For only a dollar a month less than the full Sports Plus add-on, this small bundle of sports channels doesn't feel like the best value. But it's an option...

  • NBA TV
  • MLB Network
  • NHL Network
  • Tennis Channel
  • SEC Network
  • ACC Network
  • ESPN-U
  • ESPN News

Latino Plus add-on, $19.99 a month:
The Latino Plus add-on includes a mix of sports, movies and entertainment channels:

  • Fox Deportes
  • Zona Futbol
  • ESPN HD Deportes
  • GolTV Spanish
  • TyC Sports
  • Sony Cine Television
  • Nat Geo Mundo
  • Más Chic
  • Nuestra Tele
  • Telefe
  • Tr3s
  • Baby TV Español
  • Passiones
  • The Weather Channel en Espanol
  • Estrella News
  • Wapa America
  • CATV
  • Television Dominicana
  • Hogar
  • Cine Latino

Portuguese Plus add-on, $14.99 a month

  • Benfica TV
  • Gol TV Spanish
  • RTP International
  • RTP 3
  • RTP Acores

TV5MONDE add-on, $9.99 a month
The French language TV network offers live coverage and highlights of sports, films, and news with English subtitles.

RAI Italia add-on, $8.99 a month
Rai Italia gets you Italian coverage of Seria A and Coppa Italia soccer, along with news, shows, and movies.

Fubo upgrades

Fubo allows you to pay to add or boost features if they aren't included in your plan.

  • DVR storage: there are two options to add more storage space
    Cloud DVR 250, which increases your DVR space by 250 hours, for $9.99 per month Cloud DVR 1000, which increases DVR space by 1,000 hours, for $16.99 per month.
  • The Family Share upgrade costs $5.99 per month and lets up to three people stream at the same time.
  • Unlimited Screens is an upgrade that allows users to watch Fubo on up to 10 devices at once at home, plus two on the go. Family Share can be added for an extra screen on the go.

How to subscribe to Fubo


  1. In your favorite web browser, hit up www.fubo.tv
  2. Click the "Start Free Trial" button.
  3. Enter your email address and create a strong, unique password. (Or use the single-sign-on option.)
  4. Pick your package of choice and click "Start Free Trial."
  5. Choose your add-ons and any extra packages.
  6. Click the "Continue to Last Step" button.
  7. Enter your payment information.
  8. Click "Start Watching FuboTV."

Does Fubo stream in 4K?

Yes, sometimes... And not just sports. Fubo is one of the few ways you can watch live sports in 4K resolution in the United States. We're not going to nitpick too much about the fact that you're almost certainly watching an upscaled feed (they're at the mercy of the content provider). The simple fact is that a 4K stream looks better than a stream that is not 4K and basically, it's going to ruin you for anything else.

The bad news is that you're only looking at a handful of games that stream in 4K. Fubo also has some premium movie programming available in 4K resolution if you have the EPIX add-on.

Tom Bedford
Streaming and Ecommerce Writer

Tom is the streaming and ecommerce writer at What to Watch, covering streaming services in the US and UK. His goal is to help you navigate the busy and confusing online video market, to help you find the TV, movies and sports that you're looking for without having to spend too much money.

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