Fubo TV is a live TV streaming service that for $34.99 a month streams many of the most popular streaming services in the United States.
Now it is adding a 3-day “LookBack” feature that will allow subscribers to see any show or game they missed. (After 3 days you will no longer be able to access the show.) Whether it’s the baseball game from last night or your favorite FX, History, Syfy, or Hallmark Channel show, you can always go back and watch the last few days of episodes.
Currently the feature is only available on mobile devices, web laptops, and desktop computers. Other devices such as Roku, Fire TV, and the Apple TV will have the feature added over the next few months.
Currently most channels support the look back. A+E is one of the few that does not have the feature, but Fubo TV says it will be added soon. There are no plans to add the feature to The Weather Channel or Local Now.
Fubo TV still offers a full DVR option, but the “LookBack” feature means you never have to worry about forgetting to record a show.
Back in January FuboTV announced that it had come to agreements with Fox Networks Group, NBCUniversal, A+E Networks, Crown Media Family Networks, Fuse Media, NBA TV, and The Weather Channel. FuboTV launched a $34.99 a month streaming service that offered add-on packages, cloud DVR capability, look back and start over, and access to more than 25 TV Everywhere apps from its programming partners. The $34.99 service included 45+ channels and free access to BeIN content and regional sports networks.
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