How to Watch 'A Christmas Story Live' 2017 on Fox Without Cable

In 2012, songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul brought the classic Christmas film A Christmas Story to Broadway. Following in the tradition of other live television events like The Sound of Music Live and Grease Live, FOX announced that their next live event would be a take on a cult Christmas classic.

Today, a talented team of performers will bring the musical to live television. A Christmas Story Live stars Maya Rudolph, Matthew Broderick, and Ana Gasteyer. Want to watch A Christmas Story Live on FOX without cable?

Here's how to find a FOX livestream to watch A Christmas Story Live tonight:


DIRECTV NOW is a streaming service for cord cutters. In addition to having access to a FOX livestream, you'll also have access to up to 120 channels for less than a cable subscription. This service is available on your laptop, Amazon Fire Stick or gaming system. If you want to watch A Christmas Story Live on FOX, you can sign up for their seven-day free trial to see if this service could serve as an alternative to your cable service.

YouTube TV

In selected cities, you can access YouTube TV. In addition to a FOX livestream, multiple family members have usage of a DVR with unlimited storage. YouTube TV can be viewed on Apple AirPlay, Google Chromecast, or laptop. You can also watch on your mobile devices. This service comes with a 30-day free trial so you can view A Christmas Story Live for free. YouTube TV is growing rapidly, so even if you can't access the service now this may happen soon.

Hulu With Live TV

Streaming service Hulu has recently added the option to access a FOX livestream (in addition to other major networks) as an add-on service. Hulu is unique because it also has a huge catalog of TV shows and movies to stream. In addition, next-day episodes are available for many popular shows, such as This Is Us and Grey's Anatomy. If you already have a Hulu subscription, adding live TV could be a way to watch A Christmas Story Live without cable.

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