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Fubo TV Packages & Pricing in 2021: Channel List, DVR, Add-ons

FuboTV is a small but growing option for live streaming TV in the United States. (Image credit:

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FUBO Starter: For $64.99 a month you can get 111 channels, 250 hours of DVR and three screens at once.

FUBO Pro: Costing $69.99 a month, subscribers get 111 channels, 1,000 hours of DVR space and up to 10 streams at a time. 

FUBO ELITE: $79.99 a month for 156 channels, Fubo Extra (45 entertainment channels), 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR, and up to 10 streams at once.

ADD-ONS: FuboTV also has a wealth of other options, including even more sports, movies and international options.

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FuboTV is another multichannel video programming distributor. But it's not just another multichannel video programming distributor.

Sure, it's got a lineup of channels that you can put up against any other comparable plan on any other service. And it's got the add-on features you look for in this sort of thing. But Fubo TV also has a pretty big leg up on the competition: It streams sports (not all sports, but some sports) in 4K resolution.

Yeah, we could nitpick things to death, like "what you really mean is upscaled content blah, blah blah." But here's the thing: Upscaled or not, once you watch sports in 4K, you're going to want to watch all sports in 4K.

Fubo started back in 2015 as an all-sports service at the super-low price of $7 a month. A couple years later, though, it went more mainstream, added more channels, and got a big-boy price to go with it.

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 a smattering of games and events in 4K, including the 2019 Women's World Cup.

Prices went up in the summer of 2020, adding $5 across the board. At the same time, it lost the Turner family of channels but gained Disney. But FuboTV also has kept growing, and at the end of 2020 it sported about 545,000 subscribers. In early January 2021, FuboTV killed its least expensive plan.

FuboTV also is getting into the sports betting game. It plans to have an online sportsbook live by the end of 2021.

Or maybe you just need a VPN?

If you're trying to watch your favorite team or show but have found yourself locked out because you're not in your usual region, a VPN may be the right way to go. A virtual private network tunnels all of your network traffic through a specific set of servers, so you can make it look like you're still in, say, California, even if you've hopped down to Mexico for the weekend. Same goes for Europe or South America — the point is that most good VPNs have exit servers throughout countries all over the world, so you don't have to miss a single minute of your sport of choice, or your favorite show.

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Fubo TV plans

Fubo TV still has those two sets of channels, which you can find below. But it now has four plans from which you'll choose when you sign up for service.

Here's how things break down for FuboTV in 2021:

  • Starter: $64.99 a month for 111 channels, 250 hours of cloud-based DVR, and three streams at once.
  • Pro: $69.99 a month for 111 channels, 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR and up to 10 streams at once.
  • Elite: $79.99 a month for 156 channels, Fubo Extra, 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR, and up to 10 streams at once.
  • Latino Quarterly: $33 a month for 32 Spanish-language channels, 250 hours of cloud DVR, and three streams at once.

Some of Fubo TV's plans come with a free one-week trial.

How to subscribe to Fubo TV

  1. In your favorite web browser, hit up
  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 Fubo TV."

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Fubo TV channels

A big change for Fubo in the fall of 2020 was the addition of the Disney family of channels. That includes ESPN, which has been a pretty gaping whole in the lineup before August.

Following are the channels available in the main Fubo TV lines — the Standard plan, and what's included in Fubo Extra.

Adventure Sports Latino Entre+
ABC News Live
ACC Network
American Heroes Channel
Animal Planet
Antena 3 x
Bandamax x
BBC America
BBC World News
beIN SPORTS Español
BET Jams
BET Soul
Big Ten Network
CBS (Select Markets)
CBS News
CBS Sports Network
Cine Sony Television x
CNBC World
Comedy Central
Cooking Channel
CW (Select Markets)
De Pelicula x
De Pelicula Clasico x
Destination America
Discovery en Español x
Discovery Familia x
Discovery Family
Discovery Life
Disney Channel
Disney Junior
Disney XD
DIY Network
El Gourmet x
ESPNHD Deportes
Estrella TV
Fight Network
Food Network
FOROtv x
FOX (Select Markets)
FOX Business Network
FOX Life
FOX News Channel
FOX Soccer Plus
FOX Sports 1
FOX Sports 2
fubo Movie Network
fubo Sports Network
Game Show Network
Game+ Network x
GINX Esports TV
Golf Channel
GolTV English x
GolTV Spanish x
Great American Country
Gusto TV
Hallmark Channel
Hallmark Drama
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
Insight TV x
Investigation Discovery
Law & Crime
Local Now
Más Chic x
MLB Network
MLB Strikezone
MTV Classic
MTV Live
National Geographic
Nat Geo Mundo
Nat Geo Wild
NBC (Select Markets)
NBC Golf
NBC Universo
NFL Network
NFL RedZone x
NHL Network
Nick Jr.
Nickelodeon incl. Nick at Nite
NTN24 x
Nuestra Tele x
Olympic Channel
Outdoor Channel x
Outside TV x
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network
Pac-12 Arizona x
Pac-12 Bay Area x
Pac-12 Los Angeles x
Pac-12 Mountain x
Pac-12 Network
Pac-12 Oregon x
Pac-12 Washington x
Paramount Network
People TV
Ritmoson x
Science Channel
SEC Network
Smithsonian Channel
Sony Movie Channel
Sportsman Channel x
Stadium x
Stadium Plus (1,2,3) x
Sundance TV
Telefe x
Telehit x
Telemundo (Select Markets)
Tennis Channel x
The Weather Channel
Tr3s x
Travel Channel
TUDN (fka Univision Deportes Network)
TUDNxtra 1
TUDNxtra 10
TUDNxtra 11
TUDNxtra 2
TUDNxtra 3
TUDNxtra 4
TUDNxtra 5
TUDNxtra 6
TUDNxtra 7
TUDNxtra 8
TUDNxtra 9
TV Land
TVG2 x
TyC Sports x
Universal Kids
Univision Tlnovelas x
VSiN x
World Fishing Network x
Zona Futbol

Upgraded features

Fubo TV has a couple upgrades that aren't included by default in the standard package, but can be added separately.

Cloud DVR Plus costs $2.50 a month and increases your save space to 500 hours.

Family Share allows three devices to stream at the same time. It costs $1.50 a month.

Fubo TV Add-On Packages

Fubo TV has a number of add-on packages available.

Sports Plus Package ($10.99 a month)

The first you'll see is Sports Plus with NFL RedZone. It comprises:

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

Fubo Extra ($7.99 a month)

The Fubo Extra Package is built in to the Fubo Ultra plan, but can be added to the Standard and Family Plans. It includes the channels seen in the chart above.

Adventure Plus Package ($4.99 a month)

The Adventure Plus Package includes:

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

International Sports Plus ($6.99 a month):

  • Fox Deportes
  • Zona Futbol
  • ESPNHD Deportes
  • GolTV English
  • GolTV Spanish
  • TyC Sports
  • Fox Soccer Plus
  • NXT LVL Sports

Sports Lite ($9.99):

  • NBA TV
  • MLB Network
  • NHL Network
  • Tennis Channel
  • SEC Network
  • ACC Network
  • ESPNNews

Latino Plus ($19.99 a month)

The Latino Plus Package includes the following channels:

  • Fox Deportes
  • Zona Futbol
  • GolTV Spanish
  • TyC Sports
  • Baby TV Español
  • Cine Sony Television
  • Discovery en Español
  • Discovery Familia
  • El Gourmet
  • Fox Life
  • Más Chic
  • Nat Geo Mundo
  • Nuestra Tele
  • Telefe
  • Tr3s

Rai Italia ($8.99 a month)

Rai Italia gets you Italian coverage of Seria A and Coppa Italia soccer, along with news, shows, and movies.

Portuguese Plus ($14.99 a month)

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

TV5MONDE ($9.99 a month)

The French language TV network offers live coverage and highlights of sports, films, news and lifestyle shows with English subtitles.

FuboTV Premium Channels

Fubo TV has three premium options from which to choose.

The Showtime suite of channels costs $10.99 a month. With it you'll get:

  • Showtime
  • Showtime West
  • Showtime 2
  • Showtime Showcast
  • Showtime Extreme
  • Showtime Beyond
  • Showtime Next
  • Showtime Women
  • Showtime Family

AMC Premiere is available for $4.99 a month. With it yo'll get new show episodes ad-free, and select full seasons, bonus content, uncut movies and more.

And on Dec. 11, 2020, FuboTV announced it had added EPIX as a premium option. It costs $5.99 a month and includes the live linear channel for EPIX as well as EPIX 2 and EPIX Hits. Some programming will be available in 4K resolution.

Starz is available for $8.99 a month and includes the whole family of Starz channels, plus on-demand access.

Does Fubo TV stream in 4K?

Yes! Somewhat! Sometimes! And not just sports.

Fubo TV 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 on the 4K schedule.

FuboTV also has some premium movie programming available in 4K resolution if you have the EPIX add-on.