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How to Stream The Masked Singer Live (and Without Cable)

The weirdest show on television is returning with a brand new crop of masked musicians.
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FOX's The Masked Singer was the sleeper hit nobody expected. Based on a Korean game show, The Masked Singer follows a group of masked celebrities as they compete head to head in an anonymous singing competition, all while wearing fantastically elaborate costumes.

The second season, set to premiere on September 25th, will introduce a whole new crop of celebrity singers and ridiculous costumes. If you don't have a cable subscription or are just looking for a reliable way to stream the entire season, you're in luck. There are quite a few streaming services that allow you to stream FOX live, and we're rounding up all the best ways to tune in.

How to Stream The Masked Singer

Sling TV

Sling TV is one of the more affordable options in the cable streaming market. Channels come in two packages, Orange and Blue, or a bundle that includes both packages. You'll want to go with the Blue package if you're just interested in streaming The Masked Singer on Fox, and it'll cost $15 for the first month and $25 a month after that.

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Hulu + Live TV

At $44.99 a month, Hulu + Live TV is more expensive than most streaming plans, but still more reasonable than many cable packages. The service gives you access to live streams of 60+ channels, plus the entirety of the Hulu streaming library. As an added bonus, you can try it out for seven days free and cancel at any time if you decide it's not right for you.

Try Hulu + Live TV

YouTube TV

If you're a YouTube TV subscriber, you'll be able to stream Fox, along with more than 70 additional channels, for $49.99 a month. You'll also get free unlimited storage to record your favorite shows. If you haven't tried the service yet, YouTube TV offers a free five-day trial subscription for new users.

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PlayStation Vue

Despite the name, you don't need a PlayStation to subscribe to PlayStation Vue, the live cable streaming service from Sony. The base plan includes Fox and costs $44.99 a month for the first two months. It jumps to $54.99 a month after that.

PlayStation Vue also occasionally offers additional financial incentives to make signing up more affordable, like the $10 discount for the first month that was recently available. PS Vue offers five-day free trials for new customers on the Elite plan, Core plan and Access plan, or seven-day trials for single channels.

Try PlayStation Vue

fuboTV

fuboTV is a streaming service that gets you access to live streams of more than 100 channels, including Fox. It starts at $54.99 a month, which is a little more expensive than some of the other options. However, it offers more channels, and you can try the service free for seven days before making a commitment.

Try fuboTV

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Eric Vega is a Puerto Rican writer and filmmaker working out of Burbank, California. He has covered a plethora of topics in his writing including the looming threat of invasive species, the true spirit of the Juggalos, and why space travel will always be a carnival of nightmares.


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