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How to Watch ‘Baskets’ Online: Live Stream Season 4 Anywhere

Written by Gabriela Vatu
Published on June 5, 2019

'Baskets' is coming back to the small screens with the fourth season, so if you want to watch it all online, we're here to help you out.

Baskets premiered back in January 2016 and it features Zack Galifianakis in a double role, playing twins Chip and Dale Baskets. The show itself featured Louis C.K. as a co-creator, but following the sexual harassment accusations brought to him, those ties were cut.

The previous seasons of the show featured ten episodes each, and this one will do too. If you're looking forward to the show, you can tune in on FX on June 13th at 10 PM. Let's see how you can watch Baskets online.

How to Watch Baskets Online?

Just earlier we mentioned that watching TV online comes with a certain dose of freedom since all you need to do this is a smartphone, or a laptop and an Internet connection. Well, there are some limitations involved, due to licensing deals these platforms have signed, which prevent them from allowing broadcasts to take place outside the United States. Well, since these sites know where you are by looking at your IP address, you should know that IPs are super easy to change. In order to do this, we advise you to look into subscribing to a VPN service. Here, we'll help you through this.

Can You Watch Baskets Online on FX?

Actually, yes, you can. The FX website features a live stream you can access. You get a free one-hour pass, but then you have to sign into an account. What does this account require? Well, it needs you to use credentials from your TV provider, whether we're talking about a live TV platform or a cable company. If you want to cut the cord, of course, we do suggest picking one of the many live TV services that offer FX as an option.

How to Watch Baskets Without Cable?

In this day and age, we use the Internet to watch all sorts of content online, to communicate with friends, to read the news, to play games, and so on and so forth. That being said, it makes perfect sense to also watch TV online since live TV platforms are far cheaper than cable is and you don't get tied down with a contract. Also, since this all happens online, you can also watch from wherever you may be, as long as you're within the US, but we'll get into that in a bit. For now, let's see what platforms feature FX.

fuboTV - Topping our list, we have fuboTV which is a great service, particularly for those who love sports. Recently, however, they've also expanded into the entertainment realm by adding more appropriate channels. That being said, there's a single bundle you can get here nowadays, called fubo, which costs $54.99 per month. You can add loads of channel packs and plenty of premium networks if you want more content. FX is part of the main bundle, so you don't have to add anything in order to watch the channel.

Sling TV - Our list continues with Sling TV, which is a great service that offers tons of customization options. There are three bundles you can get here, namely Orange ($15/mo), Blue ($15/mo), and Orange + Blue ($25/mo), but you can add loads of packs featuring channels with similar focuses, and premium networks. You'll discover that FX is part of the Blue and Orange + Blue bundles, so you've got a few options ahead of you.

Note: The above-mentioned prices are part of a temporary teal Sling TV currently offers, but once that one expires, the prices go back to "normal," namely $25 for Orange and Blue, and $40 per month for Orange + Blue. It all depends on when you subscribe to the service.

Hulu - The list continues with Hulu, which is a well-known platform, particularly thanks to the video on demand service it's been offering for years. The $44.99 per month subscription covers access to dozens of TV channels we're sure you love, as well as the full VOD library, which is pretty cool. FX is part of the main bundle, but if you want more content, there are a couple of channel packs you can add, as well as several premium networks.

YouTube TV - YouTube TV is up next, a great platform that features a single bundle. The subscription costs $49.99 per month and includes dozens of channels and some really cool features. There are no extra channel packs here, but you don't need any because FX is part of the deal already. You can, however, add plenty of premium networks if you feel the need for more content.

DirecTV Now - We've got DirecTV Now next, which is a service that features seven bundles nowadays. Two of them were added earlier this year, namely Plus and Max, while the other five - Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas - have been around for a long time, but they were recently renamed and given a price that's double than it used to be. FX is part of all seven bundles, so you don't have to add anything else unless you want to. Talking of which, there are two Spanish packs, three international packs, and several premium networks you can add to the party.

PlayStation Vue - Finally, we have PlayStation Vue on the list, which is a great service with four bundles to pick between, namely Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. FX is part of all four bundles, so you can pick based on the channel combo or the price. The service also allows some customization to be made by adding some channel packs and several premium networks, such as HBO and Showtime, which are both pretty great.

How to Watch Older Baskets Episodes?

Baskets is already at its fourth season, but there are some ways you can watch the older seasons. One of them is direct via the FX Now app. In order to log into this one, you have to use your live TV provider credentials. If you also have a Hulu subscription or looking into getting one, you can find the show's seasons there too.

If you'd rather own the episodes, you can also do that as they are available via multiple platforms, including Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime, and Vudu, to name a few. We do suggest you try all these links before making a purchase since they may have deals going on that you're interested in.

We can't wait to hear all about which platform you chose to watch Baskets on, so please drop us a comment in the dedicated section below the article. Share the article online and follow TechNadu on Facebook or Twitter for more tech news, guides, reviews, and interviews.



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