NBC are a very popular sports and news network, especially with their golf coverage, but also other sports. Are they included in the newcomer Cue Streaming service?
It’d be a big bonus if they were, as golf especially has a huge following on NBC, and thankfully, for people thinking of switching over to Cue Streaming, it’s good news.
All the NBC sports channels are included in the Cue Streaming service:
- Golf Channel (From NBC)
- NBC Golf Pass
- NBC Sports Network
- NBC Sports Bay Area
- NBC Sports Bay Area Plus
- NBC Sports Boston
- NBC Sports California
- NBC Sports California Plus
- NBC Sports Chicago
- NBC Sports Chicago Plus
- NBC Sports Chicago Plus 2
- NBC Sports North (West)
- NBC Sports Philadelphia
Here’s a quick snapshot of what currently appears when you search Cue Streaming’s channel guide for NBC sports:
In other words, you’re pretty much covered for everything you’d need from the NBC sports network.
And then all the related NBC/MSNBC sister news channels are also on there:
- CNBC World
- NBC News Now
So everything and anything NBC related is available on the service.
What Other Sports Channels Are On Cue Streaming?
Sports fans often watch several different networks to get all the viewing they want, and the good news is that overall sports channel coverage is excellent on Cue Streaming.
Here are the other major sports channels also included in every subscription:
- All ESPN sports channels
- Fox Sports
- beIN Sports
- DAZN Sport
- AT&T Sportsnet
- Barstool Sports
- Fight Network
- UFC Channel
- NFL Network
- WWE Network (more entertainment than sports, but I’ve included it anyway)
Therefore pretty much whatever sport you want to watch is covered by Cue Streaming.
Overall Channel Selection On Cue Streaming
Aside from even sports, the overall catalogue of channels is excellent on Cue Streaming, getting close to or matching many cable providers, often for a better price.
Here’s a quick snapshot of some popular American channels currently offered:
And the total library runs to several thousand channels, with loads of local channels as well. Pretty much any channel you’re used to watching now with your current provider, will highly likely also be available on Cue Streaming.
If you want to search for something specific to make sure they have it before signing up, see our guide on using Cue’s channel search feature to check whether it’s in their catalogue (you can do this without needing to log in or even sign up).
Getting Started With Cue Streaming
If you decide that it’s worth giving Cue Streaming a go as you’d be getting pretty much the same or better channel selection than you get now, for less money, getting set up and started with them is not too difficult.
Here are the general steps:
- If you want to watch through a TV, you’ll need a Firestick for each TV used, if you don’t already have one. They’re available cheap on Amazon. Otherwise, you just need an internet connection to get started.
- Go to the Cue Streaming website
- Click Sign Up and fill in your details
- Pay your subscription ($59.99/month, 5 devices per account, no contract, no set up fees, cancel anytime).
- Run through some easy initial setup depending on your device (TV setup has a few more steps)
- You’re good to go, watching most or all of the channels you currently watch, including all the NBC Sports channels.