How we watch live sports rapidly changes with each season. Cable and satellite TV providers are still the go-to services for watching most major league sports—especially those involving regional blackouts. But like a top college prospect, streaming services are on the rise.
We don’t want to leave you hanging on game day. So we research and rate the best viewing options for specific leagues and events.
Keep scrolling for our channel guides, service reviews, and other sporty content.
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Our CableTV.com sports crew have you covered with viewing guides dedicated to the most popular leagues worldwide. We’re talking NFL, Premier League, and everything in between. Our sports content knows no bounds!
- How To Watch Formula One
- How To Watch the CFL
- How To Watch NASCAR
- How To Watch the NWSL
- How To Watch the Summer Olympics
- How To Watch the Winter Olympics
- How To Watch the PGA Tour
- How To Watch Soccer
- How To Watch the USFL
- How To Watch the WNBA
- How To Watch the World Cup
- How To Watch the World Baseball Classic
- How To Watch the XFL
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Looking for sports and entertainment to watch this week? You’re sure to find something that catches your eye in our What To Watch guides.
Experience the thrills and chills of every major sports event in 2023 with our regularly-updated TV sports schedule.
Catch every heart-pumping Grand Prix from the comfort of your home with our complete Formula One schedule—featuring start times and channel listings.
This week’s What to Watch recs include the new Kaley Cuoco true-crime comedy Based on a True Story, the final seasons of Never Have I Ever and Human Resources, the streaming premiere of Avatar: The Way of Water, the return of TV veteran It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and UEFA Champions League soccer action. Get watching!
Spring into sports
We’re celebrating spring sports by highlighting this season’s most exciting events. Check out our guides below for all the ways to enjoy springtime athletics on TV.
While some Spring Training games will air on your local team’s regional sports network, here are all the ways to catch MLB’s warm-weather training on TV.
Some of the year’s biggest sports are happening this spring, and we have all the information on how to tune in.
Spring is the season of new beginnings, so why not try your hand at one of these five fantasy sports leagues?
Level up your TV plan while protecting your wallet
It’s pretty easy to fumble your TV plan and get caught paying more than you should. That’s why we’re always researching money-saving alternatives for watching live sports.
Guides for every major event
Game 5 of the 2023 NBA Finals airs June 12 at 8:30 p.m. ET on ABC and ESPN Deportes.
Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals airs Saturday, June 10, at 8:00 p.m. ET on TNT, TBS, and truTV.
The UEFA Champions League (UCL) is the ultimate European club soccer competition. In the U.S., CBS Sports and TelevisaUnivision platforms present complete English- and Spanish-language coverage, respectively.
We spent over 20 hours researching and examining the top TV providers to determine the best ways to watch the 2023 WNBA season.
We reviewed how to watch Formula One races on TV. Check out our viewing recommendations, plus this season's F1 schedule and channel listings.
The USFL will air across FOX Sports and NBC Sports channels, and we’ve researched the best TV providers for tuning in.
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Our love for sports extends beyond the pitch
We have a confession: watching sports isn’t our only obsession. We also love movies, gaming, and TV, of course. But sometimes those interests cross over with sports.
Step up to the mound with our curated list of the best baseball movies to watch online, from oldies but goldies to modern classics.
Want more football action? We've compiled a guide to the best football movies ever made, including where to stream them on the most popular services.
TNT is one of several basic cable channels owned by Warner Bros. Discovery. While TNT Originals like The Closer and Leverage were once the channel’s focal point, it’s perhaps most well-known today for its NBA, NHL, and March Madness coverage.
In this play-by-play guide, we outline how to add ESPN channels to your viewing roster. We also explain the difference between ESPN and ESPN+ and help you find ESPN’s channel number on the most popular TV services.
Whether you’re beginning your fantasy football journey for the first time or are already a seasoned veteran, our guide will help you make the most out of the 2022 NFL season.