The MLB World Series this year, just like most other years, is on Fox. If you don’t have traditional cable then there are a few different options to be able to stream the games with a lot of deals and free trials available. We detail our opinion below on the best ways to stream the World Series if you don’t have cable with options like DirecTV Now, Sling TV and more. Remember that some of these services give you access to the Fox Go Sports app as well. For some people, you can access Fox by using a TV antenna, but this is for just a few markets within the US. Find the best streaming service below to watch the World Series from beginning clear through game 7.
Sling TV is the cheapest option available to stream the World Series on Fox, even after their free trial period is up. You can stream Fox, along with numerous other channels for about $25 per month with the Sling Blue package. They offer a 7-day free trial which will get you through a lot of the World Series. You can also use your Sling TV subscription to use the Fox Sports Go app. You can find more information on Sling TV by using the link below. We also have an entire page dedicated to Sling TV deals that you can check out.
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DirecTV Now is a streaming service that also carries Fox and should work with the Fox Go Sports app. Fox is included in their “Live A Little” bundle which is $35 per month and includes 60+ other channels. They’re currently offering a 7-day free trial along with other promotions. You can find more information about their service by using the link below.
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If you’re in a market that can currently get Youtube TV then you can get access to Fox for $35 per month. The service runs off of Google and Youtube’s servers so the streams are usually always crisp with nearly non-existent buffering on live events. The problem with Youtube TV is that it’s only available in select markets (35 cities). They do have a free trial that changes regularly but it’s usually anywhere from 7-days to a month.
Hulu With Live TV
Hulu with Live TV is $40 per month and includes Fox. You’ll have to check on the Hulu website to see which local channels your package includes as this can sometimes mess up the Fox channel being added to your plan. Most plans do include Fox. They currently offer a free trial of 30-days which is the longest free trial out of any streaming services shown here for the World Series.
FuboTV is a lesser-known option to stream Fox along with numerous other sports channels. FuboTV focuses on sports, so most of the channels within their plans have mostly sports along with major networks, news, and HGTV mixed in. They offer a free 7-day trial with a price of $19.99+ per month after that, but you can cancel at any time.
The best-of-seven series starts in Los Angeles before moving to Houston for games three, four, and five. All games start around 8:00 PM EST and are on Fox nationwide.
- Game 1: Tuesday, Oct. 24 in Los Angeles
- Game 2: Wednesday, Oct. 25 in Los Angeles
- Game 3: Friday, Oct. 27 in Houston
- Game 4: Saturday, Oct. 28 in Houston
- Game 5*: Sunday, Oct. 29 in Houston
- Game 6*: Tueday, Oct. 31 in Los Angeles
- Game 7*: Wednesday, Nov. 1 in Los Angeles
* – if necessary
If you have any questions about streaming the World Series on Fox then leave them below. We will do our best to respond to any questions and help you find the best streaming service for your setup. Most of the streaming services do come with a free trial, so if you haven’t signed up for any of their services before then this is a good time to give a few a try as you watch games. You can also use their services to sign into the Fox app to stream if their services are slow or delayed.