Fubo TV is all about sports, but if you first have a Fubo TV subscription, why not reap some of the benefits of getting live access to lots of other channels as well?
The Fubo TV package will cost you 45 USD per month (at least), and it does give you access to a lot of sports. This summer, you have been able to stream the FIFA World Cup for women online on Fubo TV, the Africa Cup of Nations, the Copa America, and a whole lot of other football events. But, you have also been able to stream Tour de France, the fantastic Tennis tournaments like Wimbledon and some other tennis tournaments, and yes… it is great. But, did you know that you can also stream Suits and other TV shows live on Fubo TV? And if you cannot sit in front of the screen to watch them live, then why not record the shows instead?
The season premiere of Suits season 9 is coming up on July 17th in the United States. But, based on where you live in the United States and in the world, you will be able to stream it live at different times. As you can see above, the live stream will be available to me on Fubo TV on July 18th, 03.00 in the middle of the night based on where I live. That is almost when it will become available on Netflix as well, though with some more hours of delay (most likely).
To be honest, I will not stay up until 4.00 in the morning to watch the first episode of Suits, and I will not stay awake until 05.00 in the morning so that I can watch the season pilot of Pearson either. But, if you have a Fubo TV subscription, you can actually record both programs and watch them whenever you want to at a later time in your life… for example, the next morning when you are fresh and ready to face a new day.
Can I watch Suits on FuboTV in Europe?
If you have a Fubo TV subscription and live in Europe, or if you have a Fubo TV subscription in the USA and currently reside in Europe, it is possible to watch the final season of Suits. But, you will need to use a VPN in order to bypass the geo-blocks of Fubo TV. To find out more on how that can be done, visit fubotv.fromabroad.org and follow the instructions at that page.
I am not really planning to watch Pearson, but it might be nice to check the season premiere, just to check out if it is worth anything. Pearson has had a fantastic role in Suits, and she has actually won quite a lot of prices for her acting work. Will she keep those awards coming in her role as Pearson in her new spin-off series?
Are you going to watch Suits and Pearson on FuboTV? Or will you watch neither of the shows?