The Best Latino Packages for Live TV Cord-Cutting

It's true that major live TV packages are comprehensive and packed to the brim with all sorts of features that make cord-cutting possible, like cloud DVR and multiple screens, but the real question is: do they have live Spanish channels? 

Sure they might have Univision or Telemundo, but we're talking about stuff like TUDN, Galavisión, and Cine Latino for all-around sports, news, and entertainment coverage en Español. Thankfully, there are several Hispanic-friendly live TV packages to pick from. The cheapest would be platforms like Pluto and Yip since they're free, but if you're willing to shell out, Fubo, Vidgo, Hulu with Live TV, and Sling have specialized packages that feature at least 20 more live Spanish channels than the usual fare. Sling even takes it up a notch by offering regional packages that cater to different Latin countries, whether you're in Sudamérica or Centroamérica. 

Read on to learn more about the best Latino live TV packages available right now. 

Our recommended five best latino packages for live tv cord-cutting:
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Fubo Latino $32.99 Watch
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Pluto TV is a modern take on traditional cable: it has hundreds of channels streaming live, a huge library of on demand content, and it’s supported by ads. But the key difference from the competition? It’s totally free.

Price: $free/month

Device availability: Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Roku, Virgin Media, Vizio SmartCast, webOS, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Channel lineup: BBC Food, BBC Home, Bein Sports XTRA, Bloomberg Television, CBS Sports HQ, CBSN, Check with Pluto TV for the full channel lineup, Cheddar News, CNN, ET Live, Food TV, Fox Sports, Hallmark En Espanol, Hip Hop Family, Hip Hop Family VH1, Love & Hip-Hop VH1, Major League Soccer, MLB, MotorTrend FAST TV, NBC News Now, Newsmax, NFL Channel, NFL Super Bowl Classics, Nosey, People TV, PGA Tour, Pluto Channels, RuPaul’s Drag Race, Sky News, Smithsonian Channel, Stories AMC, TBN, Today, TV Land Drama, WeatherNation, WPT

Features: ad-supported option, free, kid profiles, on-demand content, parental controls

YipTV provides viewers with the international content they’ve been missing, prioritizing TV and film from Latin America, the Caribbean, and Spain, with select content from the U.S.

Price: $14.99/month

Device availability: Android, Apple TV, iOS

Channel lineup: ¡Hola! TV, 360 Tune Box, Antena3, Arirang TV, Atreseries, BizTV, Bloomberg TV, Bolivia TV, Canal 52 MX, Canal Sur, CB24 Noticias, Centroamérica TV, Cine Sony, CubaMax TV, Destinos TV, Dominican View, El Financiero Bloomberg TV, FashionBox Live, FilmBox Art House, FilmBox Russia, France 24, Kino Polska International, Kino Polska Muzyka, Latin Angels, Mi Gente TV, Mis Películas, NTN24, Pasiones, RCN Novelas, Show Business TV, Sony Movie Channel, Supercanal, Tele El Salvador, Teleformula, Telesur, Televisión Dominicana, TV Chile, Video Rola, WAPA América, YouToo America

Features: on-demand content

Vidgo Mas is the streamer's bespoke plan for Spanish-language viewers. It has the main channels viewed by Hispanic households, including Unimas and Univision, and Spanish versions of popular channels like Sony Cine, History en Español, ESPN Deportes, and Nat Geo Mundo. Like Vidgo's Plus and Premium plans, Mas comes with 20 hours of cloud DVR, three simultaneous screens, and access to on-demand content. 

Unlike other Spanish plans, Vidgo Mas isn't available as an add-on. If you want both English and Latin American channels, then you'll have to subscribe to the Vidgo Ultimate plan (currently at a whopping $100/month), which combines all of Vidgo's live TV channels, regardless of language. 

Price: $39.99/month

Device availability: Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, iOS, Roku

Channel lineup: ¡Hola! TV, Antena 3 Internacional, aspireTV, Atrescine, Atreseries, Azteca America Network, Baby TV US, Bandamax, Bein Sports, beIN Sports en Español, Canal RCN Telenovelas, Canal Sur, Centroamérica TV, Cheddar News, Cine Latino US, De Pelicula Classico, De Pelicula Plus, Discovery en Español, Discovery Familia, DOMINICANA, ESPN Deportes, Estrella Games, Estrella News, Estrella TV, eStudio5, ForoTV, Fox Deportes, Galavision, Get TV, History Channel en Español, Hogar de HGTV, Nat Geo Mundo, NTN24 Nuestra Tele Noticias 24, Pasiones TV Latin America, Primo TV, QVC, RCN Nuestra Tele, Sony Cine, Telefe international, Teleformula, TeleHit, Telehit Musica, Telenovelas, TR3S SD, TUDN, TyC Sports, Unimas, Univision, V-Me, Video Rola, Vme Kids, WAPA América

Features: ad-supported option, DVR, on-demand content, up to three concurrent streams

Unlike other streaming services, Sling doesn't have just one but six Spanish-language plans that you can choose from. The base Sling Latino plan just costs $10/month and includes more than 20 channels, including BeinSports so you can tune into soccer games live. When you combine that with another regional Latino plan, like Sling Mexico (11 channels), Sling Sudamérica (11 channels), Sling Caribe (9 channels), Sling España (4 channels), or Sling Centroamérica (3 channels), you only have to pay $5 more on top of your existing plan. On their own, however, they also cost $10/month each. Following the same logic, combining any of these Latino plans with either Sling Orange (which has the Disney networks) or Blue (which has more news and sports channels) will cost you $45/month. 

That's one thing about Sling: the options may get overwhelming, but at least you know you can customize your plan to your specific liking. Needless to say, every single one of these plans comes with the usual Sling TV features like 50 hours of cloud DVR (which you can upgrade for a fee) and three simultaneous streams. 

Price: $10/month

Free Trial: 7 days

Device availability: AirTV, Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Cox, iOS, LG TV, Mi Box, Roku, Samsung TV, TiVo, Vizio, Windows 10, Windows 11, Xbox, Xbox One

Channel lineup: ¡Hola! TV, Azteca, BabyTV Español, beIN Sports en Español, CBeebies, Cine Latino, Clan, Discovery en Español, Discovery Familia, Estrella TV, France 24 Espanol, History en Español, Nat Geo Mundo, NTN24.com, Nuestra Vision, Pasiones, PX Sports, QVC, Sony Cine, Universo, Zee Familia, Zee Mundo

Features: DVR, likely to work with a VPN, on-demand content, parental controls, up to four concurrent streams

In our book, Hulu is already up there when it comes to Hispanic-friendly streaming services. It spotlights Latin American-made content and makes those titles easy to find on their platform. But if you want to improve the experience, then you can check out the Español Add-on, which adds Spanish live TV channels to your current lineup so you're updated on Latin American news, entertainment, and sports. At the moment, the add-on costs $5/month and is only available to Hulu with Live TV subscribers. 

Price: $4.99/month

Device availability: Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, iPhone, LG TV, Nintendo Switch, Roku, Roku TV, Samsung TV, Vizio Smart TV, Xbox

Channel lineup: CNN en Espanol, Discovery en Español, Discovery Familia, ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes, History Channel en Español, Hogar de HGTV, NBC Universo, The Weather Channel en Espanol

Features: 4k-compatible, ad-supported option, annual subscription, DVR, likely to work with a VPN, multiple profiles, offline downloads, on-demand content, parental controls, picture in picture, unlimited up to three concurrent streams, up to two concurrent streams

Cord-cutters only interested in Spanish-language content will find much to like in Fubo Latino. Instead of the usual lineup, the Latino plan carries more than 65 channels in Spanish, including Unimas, Univision, BeinSports, Nat Geo Mundo, Sony Cine, and Discovery en Español. And since Fubo started as a soccer streaming service, it also has live sporting events featuring leagues like the UEFA Champions League, Bundesliga, and MLS. 

At only $33/month, it's Fubo's most affordable plan yet, but it still has base features like 250 hours worth of cloud DVR and two simultaneous streams. If you already have a Fubo base plan, Fubo also offers these channels as an add-on for $20/month. 

Price: $32.99/month

Free Trial: 7 days

Device availability: Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Roku

Channel lineup: Bein Sports, beIN SPORTS. beIN SPORTS XTRA, Canela Cinema, Canela Clasiocos, Canela Deportes, Canela Telenovelas, Canela.TV, CATV, Cine Estrella TV, Cine Latino, Discovery en Español, Discovery Familia, ESPN HD Deportes, Estrella Games, Estrella News, Estrella TV, Euronews Espanol, Fox Deportes, Fubo Latino Network, Galavision, GolTV Spanish, Hogar HGTV, Nat Geo Mundo, NTN24, Nuestra Tele, Pasiones, Sony Cine, Tastemade en Español, Telefe, Televisión Dominicana, TG en Espanol, The Weather Channel en Espanol, Tigo Sports, Tr3s, TUDN, TUDNxtra 1, TUDNxtra 10, TUDNxtra 11, TUDNxtra 2, TUDNxtra 3, TUDNxtra 4, TUDNxtra 5, TUDNxtra 6, TUDNxtra 7, TUDNxtra 8, TUDNxtra 9, TyC Sports, Unimas, Univision, WAPA América, Zona Futbol

Features: 10 device log-ins, 4k-compatible, ad-supported option, DVR, likely to work with a VPN, multiple profiles, on-demand content, picture in picture, up to ten concurrent streams, up to two concurrent streams

For the diehard soccer fan, Fanatiz is a streaming service dedicated to Latin American and Spanish soccer. Here, you'll get access to live and on-demand matches held by La Liga and Copa Libertadores, as well as complete coverage of Brazil's intense local competition Brasileirão. It's available in most countries worldwide, but North American viewers, in particular, will be glad to know that Fanatiz carries beIN and TyC Sports—vital channels that have exclusive rights to stream select leagues. 

Fanatiz has an $8 and $10 monthly tier, the latter of which gives you access to even more leagues and hours of VOD content. But we suggest you try the platform first (free for a week) to really test its quality and see how it stacks up to other similarly inclined services, like FuboTV.

Price: $7.99/month

Device availability: Airplay, Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, Chromecast, Hisense, iOS, Roku, Website

Channel lineup: Bein Sports, beIN SPORTS Connect, BeIN SPORTS Español, Bein Sports XTRA, CentroAméricaTV, For The Fans, GolTV, GolTV en Español, NuestraTele, Real Madrid TV, Sevilla TV, Todo Noticias, TyC Sports International, XTF

Features: annual subscription, on-demand content, pay per view, trial

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