Fubo TV today announced that it's adding the complete slate of Viacom channels to its lineup, starting April 30. (Though some already were there from when this was first announced in February.)
Here's what all is being added to the standard Fubo Lineup:
- Comedy Central
- Nick Jr.
- Paramount Network
- TV Land
Those channels will be part of the base Fubo TV plan, which costs $54.99 a month. That brings the total number of channels in that plan to 92.
Additional Viacom channels will be available in the Fubo Ultra package (that's also Fubo Extra, for those with older accounts). Those channels include BET Her, BET Jams, BET Soul, Logo, MTV2, MTV Classic, MTV Live, mtvU, Nick Music, Nicktoons, and TeenNick as well as Viacom's Telefe and MTV Tr3s networks.
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