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fuboTV Sets Up Holiday Streaming Guide to Help You Find Your Cheer

By Gabriela Vatu / December 11, 2018

The holidays are around the corner and fuboTV is gearing up and makes sure you have the right "level" of cheer about you. The live TV streaming platform has prepared a Holiday streaming guide where you can easily access all your favorites, such as movies, animations, or TV series.

Whether you're more into classic movies like It's a Wonderful Life which will air on NBC, Miracle on 34th Street, which will air on TCM, and Jingle All the Way, which is set for the AMC Networks or newer flicks, fuboTV has you covered.

If you want to learn how to bake some holiday goodies, you can watch the Christmas Cookie Challenge on the Food Network, or perhaps you want to keep the kids entertained with Happy Feet or Elf, you can also find those on fuboTV's many channels this season.

And would it really be Christmas without those Original Holiday Movies from Lifetime, or Hallmark Channel? Probably not. So, you can watch A Christmas Kiss, or Christmas Pen Pals, as well as the full Countdown to Christmas marathon on Hallmark.

Even if your holiday feelings are more twisted than cheerful, you're good to go and can watch the likes of Krampus or Black Christmas.

What's Good About fuboTV?

Holiday programming isn't the only thing you'll be able to watch on fuboTV, of course, as there will be plenty of football, soccer and more to go around when you've had your fill with cheer.

fuboTV offers four bundles to choose from - fubo ($44.99/mo, $39.99 for the first month), fubo Extra ($49.99/mo, $44.99 for the first month), fubo Latino ($17.99/mo), and fubo Portugues ($19.99/mo). There are also loads of extra channel packs or premium networks that you can add later.

Plus, if you really want to watch something even though you won't be home, know that fuboTV offers users 30 hours of cloud DVR space. If you need more, you can upgrade the cloud DVR to 500 hours, but it will cost you $9.99 per month. Subscribers can also enjoy content on two devices at once, but paying an extra $5.99 per month will get you a third simultaneous stream.

The platform works via a web browser, as well as on numerous devices, including iOS, Android mobiles and tablets, connected TVs like Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, or Roku, and more. Our fuboTV review includes loads more details, so you could check that out too.

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