With the news of YouTube TV and Sling TV dropping FOX Regional Sports Networks (RSNs), we decided to take a look and see which streaming TV services still offer these networks. And well, the options aren’t great, but there are still a couple that offer Fox Regional Sports Networks, and we have them listed here for you.
There’s basically only two options right now, which includes AT&T TV Now and Hulu + Live TV. Below, we’ll compare the two, and see which one is the better one to subscribe to.
AT&T TV Now
AT&T TV Now is the more expensive of the two options here. And normally, we wouldn’t even entertain the thought of telling readers to sign up for the service, because it offers so few channels, for the highest starting price. At $65 per month, you’re getting only 45 channels. Now that does include some premium channels like HBO. The $80 package comes with HBO and Cinemax and more sports.
It does also offer many of the Viacom channels that most other streaming services are missing out on. Like BET, and Comedy Central. So if those channels are important to you, then this is definitely a good option.
You also have the option of adding SHOWTIME and STARZ for $11/month each, or EPIX and Movies Extra Pack for $5 per month each.
With AT&T TV Now, you can stream on up to three screens at once. Allowing you to share it with the whole family. You’ll also be able to use DVR, but it is not unlimited like YouTube TV. Finally, you can watch it virtually anywhere, thanks to support for Android, Android TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, iOS and many other platforms.
You can sign up for AT&T TV Now by clicking the link below. You’ll get a free week of the service before you start paying.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV is actually a much better service, and one that we would definitely recommend over AT&T TV Now. A big reason for this is the channels you are getting versus the price you’re paying here. You’re getting 65+ channels for $54.99 per month.
Now, that price does not include HBO, or any other premium network. So if that is important to you, then you might want to look at AT&T TV Now instead.
As far as channels go, all of your locals are available here, including Fox Regional Sports Networks (of course). There’s also CNN, CNBC, TBS, TLC, TNT, History, USA and many more available.
Hulu + Live TV does offer some other services with its service, like Cloud DVR, but these are add-ons. Everyone gets 50 hours of cloud DVR service, but you can upgrade to 200 hours for just $9.99 per month.
You can sign up for Hulu + Live TV by clicking the link below. There is a free week-long trial available for new customers.