The NFL season is literally right around the corner and it looks as though YouTube TV is getting itself ready for the upcoming 2020 season.
According to The Streamable, it looks like YouTube TV is going to be adding NFL Network, as well as NFL RedZone, which is a channel that enables you to see every touchdown every Sunday instead of just watching the game play-by-play.
NFL RedZone will be added to a new Sports Plus package, which will include FOX College Sports (FCS), FOX Soccer Plus, GOLTV, MAVTV, TVG and Stadium.
The Streamable also predicts the new Sports Plus package will cost $9.99 a month as an add-on to the service.
However, NFL Network will be added to the basic package of YouTube TV.
This comes at a time where YouTube TV recently added a plethora of Viacom channels this summer and increased its price from $49.99 a month to $64.99 per month. The service also added other channels like Court TV this summer too.
Right now, the only other streaming services that have NFL Network are fuboTV for $64.99 and VidGo for $39.99 a month.
YouTube TV is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and can be streamed on the Mac via the Google Chrome browser. At this time, it does not currently work on Safari.