What Streaming Services Offer 60FPS? We Answer Your Questions

Watching TV, Watching, Living Room, Domestic Life, SmilingThis week Sling TV announced a full list of 60fps and Hulu announced new networks supporting 60fps. So we thought we would address many of the questions we get about what streaming services offer 60fps.

So what is fps? Frames per second (fps) tells you how many times the image on your screen is refreshed every second. The more frames, the smoother the image looks. For a scripted drama 30fps will look great; however, for faster action such as sports, many want 60fps so the action looks smooth on the screen.

Sadly we only have lists for Sling TV, Hulu, and YouTube TV. We have reached out to other streaming services and will add them to this list of we hear back from them.

As of today to the best of our knowledge here are all the streaming services that offer 60fps and the networks 60fps can be seen on.

Important: We at this time do not have any information for what channels PlayStation Vue has at 60fps.

Youtube TVHulu LiveSling TVDIRECTV NOW
ESPNXXX
ESPN 2XXX
ESPN UXXX
ESPN NewsXXX
SEC NetworkXXX
FS1XX
FS2X
BTNX
FXXX
FXXXX
FXMXX
Regional Fox Sports NetworksX
National GeographicXX
Nat Geo WildXX
Fox Soccer PlusX
CNNX
CNN InternationalX
HLNX
TNTX
TBSX
TCMX
TruTVX
Cartoon NetworkX
Adult SwimX
New England Channel NewsX
Fox Sports 1X
Fox Sports 2X
ESPN GoalX
ESPN Bases LoadedX
NHL NetworkX
Fox Sports MidwestX
HBOXX
EPIX HitsX
The BlazeX
SHOWTIMEXX
SHOWTIME 2XX
SHOWTIME BeyondXX
SHOWTIME ExtremeXX
SHOWTIME Family ZoneXX
SHOWTIME NextXX
SHOWTIME ShowcaseXX
SHOWTIME WestXX
SHOWTIME WomenXX
CINEMAXXX
EPIXX
EPIX 2X
EPIX Drive InX
AXS TVX
NBCX
FOXX
A&EX
Big Ten NetworkX
BravoX
CBS Sports NetworkXX
E!X
Food NetworkX
NBC SportsX
CNBCX
Olympic ChannelXX
USAX
Fox Business NetworkX
Fox News ChannelX
Fox Sports 1X
Fox Sports 2X
Fox Sports RSN’sX
FYIX
Golf ChannelX
HGTVX
History ChannelX
LifetimeX
LMNX
OxygenX
POPXX
SmithsonianX
SyFyX
Travel ChannelX
Universal KidsX
VicelandX
YESX
TelemundoX

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