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Get Ready for Gordon Ramsay’s Roast: Watch ‘MasterChef’ Season 10 Live Online

Written by Gabriela Vatu
Published on April 4, 2019

Some years ago, it was proven that TV competitions really can cover any topic whatsoever because competing against others on who can impress some judges while cooking became a very big deal on Fox. So, if you're one of the people who want to watch MasterChef live online this year, we're here to help you out.

MasterChef first debuted back in 2010 and has since become a worldwide phenomenon with many countries buying their own rights for the TV show. Now, as the tenth season prepares to premiere in May, we can look into ways one can watch the show live over the Internet, which should make your life much more comfortable.

More specifically, MasterChef will return for its tenth season on May 29 and will air on Wednesdays at 8/7c on Fox. The judges will be the famous Gordon Ramsay, alongside Aaron Sanchez and Joe Bastianich. The winner will, once more, look forward to the title of MasterChef and a $250,000 money prize. Let's find out how you can watch MasterChef live online this year so you can enjoy Ramsay screaming at people left and right.

Can You Watch MasterChef Live on the Fox Website?

Well, yes, you can, but there's a catch. While the Fox website does feature a live stream, you need to log into an account to access it all. How do you do that? Well, it's pretty easy, but you need to associate your cable contract or that from a live TV platform in order to watch the live stream. Basically, you need to show Fox that you're paying for a subscription somewhere that allows you to watch their shows. Frankly, we recommend going to a live TV platform because that's much more money-efficient. Let's learn more about your options.

What Live TV Services Can You Subscribe to Watch Fox and MasterChef On?

These days, it has become quite easy to cut the cord since there are so many options out there. Cable contracts are expensive, and they barely allow any customization to be done. Plus, it's super tricky to get out of those contracts before they expire, which is annoying. By contrast, live TV platforms are cheaper, they can be customized quite a bit, and you can cancel at any given time. Plus, you get to watch your favorite shows wherever you are when they start, even if that's on the bus because all you need is a live TV platform and a compatible device, like a smartphone. Let's see which platforms you can pick from.

fuboTV - At the top of the list, we have fuboTV, which is a great platform that started out as a sports-oriented service, but has now made sure also to deliver channels for families. There are two bundles you can pick between here - fubo and fubo Extra - and they both feature Fox, so you're good to go. If you want to add any add-ons, fuboTV has some offers for you, which you can see when you start subscribing. So you know, you can also add premium networks and several extra packs. Read our fuboTV review for more details.

Sling TV - Next, we have Sling TV, which is quite a versatile platform. There are three bundles to choose from here, and you'll find Fox in two of them, namely Blue and Orange + Blue. You can then make the platform your own by adding premium networks and loads of channel packs grouped by interest. Read up on our Sling TV review to find out more info on what the service has to offer.

Hulu - Another option you have is Hulu, which is a single-bundle platform when it comes to live TV. The $44.99 per month bundle features dozens of channels and access to the full VOD library. You can also add several premium networks and a couple of channel packs if you feel the need for more content. Read our Hulu review for more details.

YouTube TV - Next, we have YouTube TV, which is a great platform that also features a single bundle which they hope features all the channels you really want to watch, including Fox. The only way to customize the service is to add premium networks, which is pretty great too. You can read our YouTube TV review before making a decision.

DirecTV Now - Another suggestion we have for you is DirecTV, a platform that has seven bundles. Two of them are entirely new - Plus and Max - and five of them have been around for a while, but have now received new names and new prices that are double than what they used to be - Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas. If you're looking for Fox, you'll have an easy time finding it because the channel is in each and every one of these bundles. You should give our DirecTV Now review a read before making a decision.

PlayStation Vue - We also have PlayStation Vue on our list, which is a great platform that serves four bundles to choose from - Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. They all feature Fox, so you're good to go to pick whichever one you want based on what other channels you can find in them or their price. You can add several premium networks to the mix and a few channel packs. Read TechNadu's PlayStation Vue review for more info.

What Can You Do If Fox Isn't Available in Your Area?

Across the US there are several channels that aren't available in just any city and Fox is one of those. Unfortunately, the situation goes beyond cable and even applies to live TV platforms that operate online. The lucky part is that you can do something about it when using such a platform. Live TV services work like any other website, so they know your location by looking at your IP address. A VPN can quickly change that IP address and make it seem as if you're elsewhere. Here's what you need to do.

Note: If you find yourself traveling abroad, you'll notice that live TV platforms are geoblocked, much like any other streaming services, due to licensing deals they have signed. So, you're going to need to use a VPN to connect to a server from within the US to bypass the blockade entirely.

Can You Use a TV Antenna to Watch Fox?

Yes, that's entirely possible. Fox is one of the channels that can be watched over the air, which means you can use a TV antenna to get the job done. The devices are relatively cheap, and the best part is that you no longer have to pay to watch TV when you set it up. The downside is the limited number of channels you can enjoy, but it's something we're sure you can get over given the fact that it's all free.

Before cutting the cord and jumping at the chance to watch TV for free, you should check a site like NoCable, where you can find out what channels are available over the air in your general area. They'll also tell you how strong the broadcast signal is for each channel. This should help you decide whether switching to a TV antenna is an excellent choice for you, but also what kind of range to look for when picking a device. If it's all good, go ahead and try it out.

Can You Watch Older MasterChef Seasons?

You most absolutely can. The first place where you can check out MasterChef is on Fox's own website. Right now, they have Season 9 available, but you need to log into an account, which we already discussed. Then, you can also binge-watch all nine seasons of MasterChef over on Hulu's VOD service, which is pretty great.

If you'd rather own MasterChef episodes and seasons, you can purchase them from YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, Amazon Prime, Vudu, and Microsoft Store. Make sure to check all these stores to see what seasons they each have because some have them all, others have only from season 4 onwards.

We'd love to hear back from you so you can tell us which platform you chose and why, so let us know by dropping a note in the comment section below. Share the article online if you have the time and follow TechNadu on our socials - Facebook and Twitter - for more tech news, guides, reviews, and interviews.



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