The Big Leap premieres on Monday, September 20 at 9 pm ET/ 8 p.m. CT on Fox. The new dramedy features a familiar cast of television regulars in a story about a reality dance competition show leading up to a performance of the ballet Swan Lake. The Big Leap stars Scott Foley, Piper Perabo, Kevin Daniels, Teri Polo, Simone Recasner, Mallory Jansen, and Ser’Darius Blain. Read on to learn how to watch The Big Leap live and on-demand.
- When The Big Leap Airs: 9 pm ET on Mondays
- TV Network: Fox
- Best Way to Stream Live: Hulu + Live TV (Free Trial), YouTube TV (Free Trial)
- Current Season On-Demand: Hulu Streaming Library (Free Trial), available 1 day after the live broadcast
Watching The Big Leap without Cable
Suppose you don’t have cable TV or can’t watch Fox using a TV antenna. Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV offer local Fox stations in nearly all U.S. markets. They both offer a free trial so that you can watch the premiere of The Big Leap for free. All the ways you can stream The Big Leap are listed below. All free trials auto-renew when they expire, but you will not be billed if you cancel before the trial ends.
Watch The Big Leap on Hulu
Hulu Live TV offers live Fox in nearly all US markets along with cable TV and broadcast networks. Therefore, you can watch The Big Leap every week as it airs on Fox. To see if live Fox is available in your area, you can use this tool: Hulu Live TV Channels by Zip code.
Hulu + Live TV is supported on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iOS, Android, and more. You can read more about Hulu in our review of Hulu. There isn’t a month-to-month contract, so you can sign up to test the service without fear of a long-term commitment. You can sign up for Hulu Live TV using this link: Sign up for a free trial to Hulu + Live TV.
If you don’t mind waiting a day, Hulu’s streaming library makes new episodes of The Big Leap available to stream 1-day after they air on Fox. Considering a subscription to Hulu’s streaming library starts at just $7.99 per month, you can save considerable money if you don’t mind waiting a day. Hulu’s streaming library also offers a 30-day free trial.
Watch The Big Leap on YouTube TV
YouTube TV is another great option for watching The Big Leap. YouTube TV offers live Fox with its streaming service in nearly ALL markets in the US.
YouTube TV supports Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and more. The YouTube TV app has also returned to Roku devices after settling a dispute between the two companies. Be sure to check out our review of YouTube TV for more information. Also, you can sign up for their free trial.
How Much: $64.99 per month.
Watch The Big Leap on fuboTV
FuboTV offers Fox in numerous US cities allowing you to watch The Big Leap every week when it airs. You can check out a free trial to FuboTV here. In addition, Fubo TV supports the following streaming devices:
- Android smartphones
- Android tablets
- Apple TV (4th Generation only)
- Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick
For more information on FuboTV features, please see our Fubo TV review.
How Much: FuboTV costs $64.99 per month.
Watch The Big Leap on DIRECTV STREAM
DIRECTV STREAM offers live Fox streaming in many markets. Through its “Entertainment” package for $74.99 a month, Fox is available along with a ton of cable TV and other broadcast networks. In addition, they offer a free trial to allow you to make sure Fox is offered in your area.
DIRECTV STREAM is supported on Windows and Mac PCs and laptops, Android and iOS devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Nexus player, Xbox One, 4th Generation Apple TV, Chromecast, and more. For more information, check out our review of DIRECTV STREAM NOW.
How Much: $74.99 per month through its “Entertainment” package.
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