How to Stream the World Series

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July 14, 2023

The Astros have made it to the World Series! Want to watch the 'Stros win it all? There's no better way to watch them face the Phillies than by streaming! Learn more about how to cut the cord on your cable plan and switch to streaming!

The remaining World Series games will take place on November 5, and possibly November 6, and will air on FOX—so be sure to use a streaming service that offers it. We've put together some recommendations for you below.

And if you want to watch stream the World Series for free, there may be one or two services that offer free trials. Keep reading to find out!

Here's how you can stream the World Series:

Sling TV Blue

$35/month (currently discounting half off your first month)

If you haven't used Sling TV before, you get half off of your monthly rate for your first month. Interested in Sling TV Blue? Now's the time to try it out.

Sling TV Orange

$35/month (currently discounting half off your first month)

Like Sling TV Blue, Sling TV Orange is offering half off the first month for first-time users. If you're interested in Sling TV Orange, use this discounted month to test-drive the service and stream the World Series.

Sling TV Orange & Blue

$50/month (currently discounting half off your first month)

Both Sling TV plans combined into one. Your half-off first month is available for this plan as well.


$69.99/mo (free trial available)

If you haven't used fuboTV before, get on their free trial to watch the World Series, plus a wide selection of entertainment, news, and sports channels. If you don’t want to continue using fuboTV after your free week, cancel anytime!

Hulu + Live TV


Hulu + Live TV will give you access to the World Series as well as a robust selection of content for your other sports and TV shows. If you’re looking for a service to cover all or most of your streaming needs, consider Hulu + Live TV.


$69.99/month (free trial available)

Another solid service to use for the regular season, DIRECTV STREAM will offer all World Series games, as well as a ton of other content. If you’re looking for a service to cover all or most of your streaming needs, DIRECTV STREAM is also a good option. And be sure to use their free trial!

YouTube TV

$64.99/month ($54.99 for your first three months)

YouTube TV offers a base plan with TV from over 100 channels including live sports, news, and TV shows. Check out YouTube TV and see if its offering meets your needs.

So now you know where to stream the Astros in the World Series. Tune in and watch them make history again! Get ready to start streaming and cheer on the ‘Stros!


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