FuboTV is one of the many live TV streaming services out there that is offering some of the best channels (primarily sports channels) for a cheap price or at least a cheaper price than traditional cable and satellite.

What this means though is that if you were watching the newest episode of Doctor Who on BBC America and you have to leave for some sort of reason and were unable to finish it, you can open the Apple TV app (pending that you have FuboTV and the Apple TV app connected to one another), find the program you were watching, and go back to playing that episode right from the Apple TV app.

The same option applies to those who were watching on-demand programming. If you’re watching on-demand programming from Hallmark Channel, it should show up in the Apple TV app if you have not finished it and want to go back to watching it later on. 

According to BESTAppleTV, it appears as though this is currently not functional when it comes to live sports programming, such as live college football games. You would still have to open the FuboTV app on your device in order to watch the games. 

Right now, other than FuboTV, PlayStation Vue is the only live TV streaming service that is available within the Apple TV app. Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV NOW and YouTube TV have not signed on to the app just yet. 

FuboTV costs $44.99 per month for the 80-channel plan and $49.99 per month for the 95-channel plan. Both plans will cost $39.99 for your first month, but will then go back to their regular prices after that first month of service. FuboTV does offer a seven-day free trial of the service to determine whether or not it is the service for you.

FuboTV is currently available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Mac and Apple TV.