How to Stream ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Live Online
The 15th season of Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance is heating up, with the live shows having kicked off last week. Tonight, two dancers will be eliminated. Although it’s anyone’s game, the early front-runner to win is Cole Mills.
Now that we’re in the live show phase, fans will definitely want to tune in as the episode airs, so what are the easiest ways to watch So You Think You Can Dance online?
Well, the easiest way would be via the live TV page on Fox’s website or on the Fox Now app, which you can download on services like Roku and Apple TV. You’ll need a cable log-in order to make use of these options, though, so this will only work if either you subscribe to cable or you can borrow the log-in of someone who does.
If that doesn’t work out, the next best option would be to sign up for a free trial of any number of live-TV streaming services, including Sling TV. With Sling, you can stream a wide range of TV channels on your computer or on an app, and Fox is included in the Sling Blue package.
Sling offers a seven-day free trial, so if you want to watch tonight’s episode live, you can sign up for that and then just cancel the trial in a week. Do note, though, that you’ll need to put a credit or debit card on file, and you’ll have to make sure you remember to cancel in seven days in order to avoid being charged $25 (unless you do actually decide to stick with the service).
It’s also crucial that when you’re signing up, you choose the Sling Blue plan, as the Sling Orange plan doesn’t include Fox. You can also choose the Sling Orange + Blue plan, which grants you access to all of the channels from both packages. That costs $40 a month, but if you don’t actually plan on ever paying for a full month and are going to cancel in a week anyway, you might as well go for this one.
Once you’ve signed up for your free trial, you’ll be able to watch So You Think You Can Dance on Fox either via the Sling website or by downloading the Sling app on a number of devices, including Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV.
If don’t want to sign up for Sling, or if you’ve already taken advantage of their trial once before, you can alternatively sign up for a trial for YouTube TV, a similar service that Google offers. This one is $40 a month, and it includes Fox in its package. You can sign up for a seven-day free trial and then use it to watch So You Think You Can Dance, but just remember to cancel after a week if you don’t want to keep your subscription going.
Finally, a third option would be Hulu Live TV, which once again includes Fox. Hulu offers a one-week trial of this service, which costs $40 a month, although that includes the entire Hulu library that normally costs $7.99 a month.
So You Think You Can Dance airs at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Fox.