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We’re less than 24 hours away from the first football Sunday of the 23-24 NFL season! We’re sure you’re well aware that you can watch Sunday games on FOX and CBS, Thursday night games on Prime Video, Sunday Night Football on Peacock and NBC, and Monday Night Football on ESPN. But what if you’re in the mood for a bit more… variety?

Welcome to the wild football jungle that is NFL RedZone.

Hosted by Scott Hanson, NFL RedZone offers seven straight hours of live football, delivering every touchdown from every game. Featuring up to eight games at once, the whirlwind of NFL action is an immensely enjoyable way to experience football Sundays. If you’re looking to keep tabs on out-of-market games or you’re just fed up with the local team, NFL RedZone offers a compelling alternative to the 1:00 p.m./4:00 p.m. nationally televised games.

Here’s how to watch NFL RedZone on football Sundays.

NFL RedZone is available through a variety of cable providers (including Xfinity, Spectrum, Dish, and Optimum), as well as a number of over-the-top streaming services, including fuboTV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, NFL+, and Hulu + Live TV. More information is below.

You can add NFL RedZone to your YouTube TV subscription ($64.99/month for the first three months for a limited time) via their Sports Plus package for an additional $10.99/month. YouTube TV offers a free trial for new subscribers.

You can also bundle NFL RedZone with YouTube’s NFL Sunday Ticket package, with an NFL Sunday Ticket/NFL RedZone/YouTube TV combo available for $339 (plus $72.99/month for YouTube TV) or $439 (without YouTube TV).

You can add RedZone to your Hulu + Live TV account ($69.99/month and includes Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu) via the service’s Sports Add-on for an extra $9.99/month.

RedZone is available via fuboTV’s “Sports Plus with NFL RedZone” package, which you can purchase for an additional $10.99/month. You can also watch NFL RedZone on Sling TV Blue ($45/month, but $22.50 for the first month) via the Sports Extra add-on ($11/month).

Finally, NFL RedZone is also available via the NFL+ Premium package ($14.99/month or $79.99/year). NFL+ Premium offers the ability to stream live local and primetime regular and postseason games on your phone or tablet. You can sample the service with a seven-day free trial.