This year, Chicago Cubs games will air on the Marquee Sports Network for those living in the Cubs TV market, which includes parts of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin. Games will no longer air on NBC Sports Chicago and broadcast partners WLS-TV and WGN-TV. If you don’t have cable or don’t have Marquee Sports Network in your lineup, here are two options for you to watch the Cubs on Marquee Live online. All you need is an internet connection, and you can use one of the live TV streaming services listed below.
Streaming Services with Marquee Sports Network
Two live streaming services offer Marquee Sports Network in their channel lineup. However, you have to live in their broadcast area. This is true whether watching Marquee Sports Network through cable TV or any TV streaming services mentioned below.
If you don’t live in the Cubs TV market, you may want to look at this guide to work around sports TV blackouts. Otherwise, read on for information on watching the Cubs online.
Watch Marquee Sports Network on Hulu + Live TV
Hulu Live TV carries Marquee Sports Network network for those subscribers living in parts of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin . You can check to see which channels are available to you by entering your zip code on Hulu’s channel finder.
Hulu starts with a free trial when you sign up, but costs $54.99 per month after the trial. You can cancel any time without penalty as there is no long term contract. The list below shows some of what Hulu+Live TV has to offer:
- live local ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and more in most markets of the country
- Carries Fox, TBS, and ESPN, the networks for nationally televised baseball games.
- Live access to popular channels found on cable. See Hulu’s channel lineup for a full list.
- 50 hours of cloud DVR storage. You can upgrade to 200 hours and fast-forward through recorded commercials for an additional $9.99 per month.
- Comes with 6 customizable profiles
- Watch Hulu on 2 screens at once. Watch on unlimited screens for an additional $9.99 per month
- Includes all the on-demand access you normally receive with standard Hulu. This includes Hulu Originals.
You can watch Marquee Sports Network through Hulu on any of the following devices:
- Amazon Fire TV
- Apple TV (4th generation or later)
- Google Chromecast
- iOS and Android Smartphones and Tablets
- Xbox 360 and Xbox One
- Echo Show
- Fire Tablets
- Fire TV and Fire TV Stick
- LG TV (select models)
- Nintendo Switch
- Mac and PC browsers
- Samsung TV (select models)
- VIZIO SmartCast TVs
- Windows 10
AT&T TV Now Carries Marquee Sports Network
AT&T’s live streaming service is another way to watch Marquee Sports Network network live. However, you have to subscribe to their “Max” package for $80 per month. The service also offers a 1-week free trial and doesn’t force you into a contract so you can cancel any time. The service also includes a cloud DVR service and allows you to stream to two devices simultaneously, with an option to add a 3rd for $5 additional per month.
AT&T TV NOW is supported on the following devices:
- 4th Gen Apple TV
- Google Chromecast, 2nd gen and higher
- Amazon Fire TV
- Fire TV Stick
- iOS devices
- Chrome and Safari browsers
See our review of AT&T TV Now for more details on this streaming service.
For information on watching other TV channels online check out: How To Stream Specific TV Channels
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