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FOX operates a variety of brands that are among the largest broadcast channels, of which FOX News and FOX Sports are the main ones. Even after selling most of its entertainment divisions to Disney, the company still airs several scripted shows. But what if you embrace the streaming revolution? You can still watch FOX. Yes you can. Below, we’ll walk you through how to stream FOX whether you have a cable subscription or not. You can’t watch Fox on the usual streaming services like Netflix and HBO Max, but there are a few options.

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Quick answer

Viewers can stream FOX content in a few ways. Cable subscribers get the company’s exclusive app for free, while cord cutters can access the channel through live TV streaming services like FuboTV and All Plus Love TV.

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How to stream FOX with your cable subscription

Fox Sports

The easiest and cheapest option to stream FOX is the company’s own app, FOX Now. You can access all FOX live channels by logging into the app from your favorite device.

The big problem here is that FOX Now is only available to cable subscribers. Maybe you are away from home or watching TV or want to watch something on your phone. If that’s the case, download the app and sign in using your cable information when prompted.

Keep reading for true cord cutters looking for a cable-free alternative.

There are many to choose from. DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, Hulu Plus Live TV, Sling TV, or YouTube TV give you a variety of FOX channels, including entertainment, news, and sports.

These services effectively bridge the gap between streaming and traditional cable and broadcast. With the app of your choice, you get access to a variety of cable channels, allowing you to watch live TV from your computer, smart TV, or other device of your choice. You can read more about them in our Live TV Guide.

The two biggest exceptions to this are Philo TV and Friendly TV. None of these live TV streaming services offer access to FOX.

Can I stream FOX on Tubi?

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Free streaming service Tubi is a subsidiary of FOX, so in essence, when you stream anything on Tubi, you’re streaming FOX.

This may not be the information you are looking for.

While Tubi has live channels including News, these are original channels. That means that while some of them may contain FOX content, they aren’t the live FOX channels you get from the broadcast network or its distribution partners.

Questions to be asked

No. In 2019, Disney purchased most of the FOX brand, including 20th Century Fox Studios and Fox Searchlight. Those properties were rebranded to lose the FOX brand, which is now exclusive to FOX Corporation.

Yes. In the year Tubby, a free streaming service launched in 2014 by Farhad Masoudi and Thomas Ahn Hicks, was acquired by Fox Corporation in 2020.


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