In Case You Missed the O.J. Confession – How to Watch Fox Live Without Cable

There are plenty of ways to watch Fox Live without paying big bucks for traditional cable.

Sunday March 11th, 2018, Fox Live aired one of the most anticipated programs of the year. O.J. Simpson “The Lost Confession” made headlines for releasing a 2006 interview between Simpson and Judith Regan, a well-known producer and publisher.

The interview contained a graphic account of a hypothetical scenario crafted by Simpson in which he described how the murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman, could have happened.

The tapes detailed a gruesome description of the controversial events of June 12, 1994. After being lost for over a decade, Fox built the public’s anticipation of the program to a fever pitch before airing the infamous interview on Sunday.

If you missed it, you can’t blame your streaming service or skinny bundle. There are plenty of ways to watch Fox Live without paying big bucks for traditional cable.

Hulu with Live TV: Hulu connects viewers to a number of live channels that can be viewed online, or with your mobile devices. All you have to do is log in to your Hulu account in time to catch the broadcast, and you’re all set.

FuboTV (Fubo Premier): Fubo Premier is able to offer Fox Live in select areas. This service can be accessed in much the same way as you would with Hulu but may have fewer live viewing options available.

DirecTV Now: Not to be outdone, DirecTV Now offers Fox and is able to give subscribers access to Fox Live in select areas.

Sling TV: Last, but definitely not least, Sling TV is working to offer Fox Live to a wider range of subscribers.

With an ever-expanding list of streaming services, viewers don’t ever have to miss out on highly anticipated programming again. It’s simply a matter of doing your homework, and making sure that you’ll have access before the next big Fox Live event.

Patricia Howard


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Patricia Howard is a freelance journalist and Netflix enthusiast from rural Indiana. She has a bachelor''s degree in communication with a concentration in journalism. When Patricia isn''t writing, she enjoys catching up on her favorite shows with her husband and seven children.

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