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Fubo Add-Ons: All The News, Sports & Entertainment Channels You Can Add

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While Fubo offers three main live TV plans to choose from, there are a variety of premium networks and channel packs available. Even though these networks and channel packs do cost extra, they can be a good way to fill in any missing channel gaps from Fubo’s base plans.

The cheapest live TV package that Fubo currently offers is the Pro plan, which is now priced at a minimum of $74.99 per month. For those looking for a richer channel lineup, there’s the $84.99 per month Elite plan and the $94.99 per month Premier plan.

For reference, Fubo does also offer a Latino plan which includes access to more than 50 Spanish-language channels for $33 per month.

Officially, the Pro plan unlocks 154 channels, Elite unlocks 221, and Premier bumps the number (and selection) up to 230. In reality, the difference between the three channel lineups mostly comes down to the inclusion of the fubo Extra and News Plus add-ons.

As these add-ons are included already, fubo Extra and News Plus can’t be added to either the Elite or Premier plan. However, there are a number of other premium networks and add-ons that can be added to any of Fubo’s base packages.

Premium networks and channel add-ons

In addition to Pro, Elite, Premier, and Latino, Fubo also offers a selection of premium networks and channel packs that can be bundled with a live TV subscription.

Fubo base plan add-ons list:

  • Adventure Plus
  • fubo Extra
  • FOX Nation
  • International Sports Plus
  • Latino Plus
  • MLB.TV
  • MGM Plus
  • NBA League Pass
  • News Plus
  • Portuguese Plus
  • Rai Italia
  • TV5 Monde
  • Showtime
  • Starz
  • Sports Lite
  • Sports Plus

The price of these add-ons depends on the individual add-on and ranges between $4.99 and $24.99 per month.

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Premium networks on Fubo

Below is a summary of the main premium networks available through Fubo and their respective monthly prices.

NetworkPrice p/m
MGM Plus$5.99
Rai Italia$7.99
Showtime$10.99
Starz$8.99
TV5 Monde$9.99

When it comes to MGM Plus, Showtime, and Starz, there is also the option to bundle all three of these premium subscriptions together for $19.99 per month. This bundle offers a saving of around $6 per month when compared to purchasing all three separately through Fubo.

fubo Extra add-on

The fubo Extra add-on brings together a selection of additional news, entertainment and kids channels. fubo Extra costs $7.99 per month and is included for free with both the Elite and Premier packages.

fubo Extra channel list:

  • 911 Network
  • ACC Network (out-of-market)
  • American Heroes Channel
  • At Home with Family Handyman
  • BET Her
  • BET Jams
  • BET Soul
  • Circle TV
  • CNBC World
  • Cooking Channel
  • Curiosity Channel
  • Destination America
  • Discovery Family
  • Discovery Life
  • DUST
  • Elvis Presley Channel
  • ESPNU
  • ESPNews
  • FXM
  • GAC Living
  • Game Show Network
  • GINX Esports TV
  • Great American Adventures
  • INWONDER
  • Justice Central
  • Logo
  • MagellanTV
  • Magnolia Network
  • MLB Network
  • MTV2
  • MTV Classic
  • MTV Live
  • MTVU
  • Nat Geo Wild
  • NBATV
  • NHL Network
  • NickMusic
  • Nicktoons
  • Nosey
  • Outside
  • Pac-12 Network
  • People Are Awesome
  • PickleTV
  • PokerGO
  • Real Nosey
  • Retrocrush
  • Revry
  • Science Channel
  • Scripps News
  • SEC Network (out-of-market)
  • Sony Movie Channel
  • TED
  • TeenNick
  • Tennis Channel
  • True Crime
  • Watch Mojo
  • Weatherspy
  • Zona Futbol

News Plus add-on

The News Plus add-on upgrades the selection of news-based channels and costs an additional $2.99 per month. Similar to fubo Extra, News Plus is included for free with both the Elite and Premier packages.

News Plus channel list:

  • Africanews
  • Bloomberg
  • Bloomberg Originals
  • Cheddar
  • CNBC World
  • Euronews
  • i24 News
  • Law & Crime
  • NewsNet
  • Revry News
  • ROI TV
  • The Young Turks
  • Ticker News

In addition to the News Plus add-on, there is also the option to add Fox Nation as an add-on subscription. Fox Nation costs $5.99 per month.

Fubo Sports add-ons

While Fubo is already a good option for sports channels and content, there are dedicated sports add-ons that further improve the selection of sports channels.

The Sports Plus add-on is the most inclusive overall as it unlocks access to more than 30 channels, including NFL RedZone, and costs an additional $10.99 per month. For those looking for a cheaper sports add-on, Sports Lite costs $9.99 per month and International Sports Plus costs $6.99 per month.

Sports Plus, Sports Lite, International Sports Plus channels:

Sports Plus
($10.99)
Sports Lite
($9.99)
International Sports Plus
($6.99)
ACC Network
B2 Sports Network
ESPN Deportes
ESPNU
ESPNews
Fight Network
FUEL TV
FOX Deportes
FOX Soccer Plus
Game+ Network
GolTV English
GolTV Spanish
IMPACT Wrestling
MLB Network
MLB Strikezone
NBA TV
Next Level Sports
NHL Network
NFL RedZone
Pac-12 Arizona
Pac-12 Bay Area
Pac-12 Los Angeles
Pac-12 Mountain
Pac-12 Oregon
Pac-12 Washington
Racing America
SEC Network
SportsGrid
Stadium
Stadium Plus (1,2,3)
TyC Sports
UNBEATEN
World Poker Tour
Tennis Channel
TyC Sports
Zona Futbo

It is also worth noting that there is an Adventure Plus add-on which unlocks access to outdoors-related channels. Adventure Plus costs $4.99 per month.

Adventure Plus channels:

  • INTROUBLE
  • Mav TV
  • Outdoor Channel
  • Outside
  • Sportsman Channel
  • Waypoint
  • World Fishing Network

Baseball fans also might want to know that MLB.TV is available to add to a Fubo base plan. MLB.TV costs $24.99 per month and unlocks access to every out-of-market MLB game.

Alternatively, basketball fans can add NBA League Pass to their base plan. NBA League Pass costs $14.99 per month and unlocks access to a number of out-of-market games each week.

International add-ons

Fubo subscribers also have the option of adding international add-ons to improve the selection of international channels included with the base plan.

Each of these add-ons offer a different number and selection of channels, and the price per month also varies.

Latino Plus
($19.99)
Portuguese Plus
($14.99)
Baby TVBenfica TV
Canela ClasicosGolTV Spanish
Canela TelenovelasRTP International
Canela CinemaRTP3
Canela DeportesRTP Açores
CentroAméricaTV
Cinelatino
Cine Estrella
Cine Sony Television
Discovery en Español
Discovery Familia
ESPN Deportes
Estrella Games
Estrella News
Euronews Español
FOX Deportes
FOX Life
GolTV Spanish
Hogar
Nat Geo Mundo
Nuestra Tele
Pasiones
Telefe
Televisión Dominicana
Tr3s
WAPA América
Zona Futbol

Latino plan subscribers have the option to add Entretenimiento Plus instead of Latino Plus. Entretenimiento Plus costs an additional $4.99 per month.

Entretenimiento Plus channels:

  • Bandamax
  • De Pelicula
  • De Pelicula Clasico
  • FORO TV
  • NTN24
  • Ritmoson
  • Telehit Urbano
  • Telehit
  • Univision Telenovelas

Fubo add-ons: recap

Fubo subscribers can enrich the experience offered by Pro, Elite, and Premier through the addition of premium networks and add-ons. Those looking for greater access to entertainment and news channels can opt for the fubo Extra and//or News Plus add-ons, while sports fans might want to consider adding Sports Plus or Sports Lite.

There is also a number of international packages and premium networks available to add as well, including MGM Plus, Showtime, and Starz.

While nearly all networks and add-ons can be added to any of the base plans, fubo Extra and News Plus are exceptions. Both of these add-ons are already bundled with the Elite and Premier plans and therefore cannot be added to either of these plans.

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John Finn is the Founder and Editor of Streaming Better, a platform created in 2019 to help consumers navigate the complicated live TV streaming and subscription service market.

John has been covering technology for various online publications since 2014. After originally covering the wider tech industry as a writer and editor, John now spends his time focusing on the emerging video-streaming market, including live TV streaming, SVOD, AVOD, FAST, and TVOD services.

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