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How to watch the 2019 World Series on Roku

October 21, 2019 - 17:07 -- RokuGuide

How to watch the 2019 World Series on RokuThe 2019 World Series is here, with the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals vying for the Major League Baseball championship. All games will be broadcast by FOX, with game 1 coverage beginning at 8:0O pm ET on October 22nd. If you've cut the cord and can't pick up your local FOX station over the air, you may still be able watch the entire series through your Roku and most other streaming devices.

Listed below are the six streaming services that carry Fox broadcasts, and most (along with many cable TV services) will let you authenticate the Fox Sports Roku channel where you can also watch the series. If you're not a current or past subscriber, many let you try the service with 7-day free trials. However, not all services carry all local Fox affiliates, so be sure to check each service to see if the Fox broadcast is available in your location.

Sling TV - Sling TV is your best value at just $15/month for the first month, 40% off the normal price, after a 7-day free trial. Be sure to sign up for Sling Blue, which carries Fox stations in select markets. For a wider selection of TV channels, or Sling Orange & Blue is currently $25/month for the first month after a 7-day free trial.

AT&T TV Now - Starting at $50/month after a 1-week free trial, AT&T TV Now (formerly called DirecTV Now) streams local Fox stations in select markets. Enter your zip code on the AT&T TV Now website to see if Fox is included in your area.

fuboTV - Starting at $54.99/month after a 7-day free trial, viewers in select markets have access to local Fox stations along with a sports-centric lineup of networks that also include entertainment and news channels.

Hulu - Hulu + Live TV costs $44.99/month after a one-week free trial. In addition to the ad-supported basic VOD service described above, you'll get over 60 live and on-demand TV channels that included sports, news, and entertainment, along with 50 hours of cloud DVR storage for recording live TV.

YouTube TV - Although YouTube TV is not yet available in all markets, the $49.99/month service does include local Fox stations in select cities. A 7-day free trial is available.

PlayStation Vue - With pricing that starts at $49.99 per month for the Access package with 50+ channels, PS Vue also streams local Fox stations in select markets. may receive a referral fee for any purchases or subscriptions made through links on this page. See our full FTC Disclosure Statement for more information.