We can't think of a single person we know who still has traditional cable, opting to "cut the cord" in favor of streaming services like YouTube TV and AT&T TV Now that provide live sports with ease. The only problem? No NFL RedZone, aka God's gift to Sundays during football season.
Well, until now.
After an exclusive run with the pricey Sunday Ticket package, offered by DirecTV, and a short stint on Sling TV that ended earlier this year, YouTube TV has just announced it's getting NFL RedZone ahead of the 2020 season kicking off next week.
It's part of the newly launched Sports Plus add-on package, which costs an additional $10.99 USD per month and also includes Fox College Sports, GolTV, Fox Soccer Plus, MAVTV Motorsports Network, TVG, and Stadium.