The Tampa Bay Bucs are hitting the field with renewed fervor this season, thanks to the newly minted additions to the team.
With the unstoppable duo of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski coming to the Sunshine State, expectations are high, and fans are ready to delight in every heart-stopping moment. The former stars of the New England Patriots join new wide receiver Jaydon Mickens and just activated Ke’Shawn Vaughn from the Reserves. Adam Rank of the NFL Network projects that despite a slow start, the Bucs will shatter all their records thus far and will land in the playoffs this year.
With the regular season starting on Sunday, September 13th, this is what you need, so you don’t miss a second of the action this season.
What channels show the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ games?
FOX has the pleasure of hosting the most Tampa Bay Bucs games this 2020 season, but you can also catch games on CBS, NBC and even ESPN. The NFL Network and Amazon are also slated to broadcast certain games but are subject to change.
If you have cable TV, you will not have any problem watching the local games in the Tampa Bay area, but if you don’t have cable or live outside the area, there are plenty of streaming services that can help.
fuboTV is your best bet if you want to watch every Tampa Bay Bucs game this season, but you will still find plenty of games available on Hulu + Live TV. Other streaming services like AT&T TV Now, Sling TV and YouTube TV all show some Buccaneers games, as well.
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How to watch the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV gives you everything you need to enjoy the entire Tampa Bay Buccaneers season. It even includes coverage of the Super Bowl!
With Hulu + Live TV, you receive access to over 65 channels. Although it does not offer access to the NFL Network or NFL Redzone, the on-demand library includes over 8,000 titles. More importantly, you get access to all of the major networks, including CBS, FOX, NBC and ESPN.
Local coverage depends on where you live but generally includes ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC. You will still get Sunday Night Football and Monday Night Football from your NBC and ESPN coverage, but you may miss out on Thursday and Saturday games that aired exclusively on the NFL Network. Local games are also subject to blackouts if not enough tickets are sold.
There are just two plans for Hulu + Live TV, a regular version and an ad-free subscription, but you have the option to add on additional services. For example, you can bundle with Disney+ for the kiddies and ESPN+ for you. That will cost you $61.99 per month, but if you decide to go with the standard Hulu + Live TV service, it costs just $54.99 per month. You can also opt for the ad-free version for $60.99 per month.
How to watch the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on fuboTV
fuboTV is your best option for watching the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the 2020 season. The service covers everything you need, with the exception of NFL RedZone, although you still get access to the NFL Network unlike most other networks. CBS, FOX and NBC all come included so you can easily tune into the games. If you want to add NFL RedZone, it’s just $9 a month.
Local coverage varies depending on your location. CBS, FOX and NBC may not be available everywhere with your fuboTV plan, so you should check first before signing up for a plan. With most Tampa Bay Bucs games broadcast on FOX, you have a good chance of catching the local games. If not, ESPN and the NFL Network give you improved chances. Original to the Hulu + Live TV lineup is the Big Ten Network.
fuboTV gives you a free seven-day trial before your subscription officially begins. There are three main plans available with fuboTV: the Family plan for $64.99 each month, Ultra for $84.99 a month and fubo Latino for $29.99 a month.
Plans include over 100 channels with both live and on-demand viewing. With the inclusion of a cloud DVR, you can record all of your favorite games so you can watch and rewatch them later.
How to watch the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on YouTube TV
You are already familiar with YouTube’s online platform, and now you can take it one step further with live TV, courtesy of YouTube TV.
With YouTube TV, you get over 85 channels. It’s not as many Hulu + Live TV or fuboTV, but it still covers the basics, like CBS Sports, ESPN, ESPN 2 and NBC Sports. NBA and MLB Networks are included but sadly, not the NFL Network or NFL RedZone.
There is also a free cloud DVR with unlimited storage and simultaneous recording, so you don’t have to choose which program to record – you can keep the family happy and record them all!
YouTube TV is one of the most integrated streaming services, with numerous ways to watch using your Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Playstation, XBox One and more. Plans cost $64.99 per month, but there is a two-week trial first – one of the most generous for streaming services.
No matter what streaming service you choose, there will be plenty of options to keep you plugged in and right in the action for every breathless moment to come.