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How to Watch Fox Shows Now That They Are Leaving Netflix


On April 1, 2017, many Fox shows such as “Bones,” “House,” and “Bob’s Burgers” are leaving Netflix. So how can you watch these shows after they leave Netflix?

On Demand

Hulu

If you want to watch a huge library of Fox shows, check out Hulu. Fox is part owner of Hulu and has slowly been growing its back catalog of shows on Hulu. The best part is not only will you get a back catalog of older shows you will also get new Fox episodes the day after they air.

Fox Apps

Fox has apps on many popular streaming services. You won’t get a ton of content, but they do offer a small selection of Fox shows for free. To find the Fox Now apps just search your app store. (More shows if you have a cable login.)

Season Pass

If you only want one or two Fox shows the least expensive way to get them is a season pass from iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, or one of many other services out there.

Live TV

If you want to watch Fox live the best way is with an antenna. About 90% of Americans can get Fox 100% free over the air. Not sure if you get Fox where you live? Go to AntennaRecommendations.com and put in your address to see what you can get.

If you add a DVR to your antenna you can quickly build up a large catalog of 100% free Fox shows.

Can’t get Fox over the air?

If you cannot get Fox for free over the air we have good news for you. Fox is streamed for free on services such as Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, and DIRECTV NOW. Not sure if they offer it in your area? Visit their sites to see if you can find out if they have Fox in your area. Not only will you get a live feed of Fox in many areas, all of these services offer on-demand access to many Fox shows.

Hopefully that helps you find the shows you want now that Fox shows are leaving Netflix.

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  • BigO

    I was not a big fan of Hulu when we first subscribed – it was more out of necessity than want (we needed the shows the next day – or else my wife would not agree to cut the cord). But, I have to admit Hulu is doing a good job of bringing in more content. Specifically, I am impressed with the cable content they have brought on (ex: TBS).