Today is the kickoff of the NFL season, and with that, Sling TV has brought back NFL Network and NFL Red Zone back to its streaming service.
Hello, football season 😍
NFL Network and NFL RedZone are back on SLING!
Watch now: https://t.co/Dswx5BNyLh pic.twitter.com/Txw4E1iFIP
— sling (@Sling) September 13, 2020
Sling TV lost the channel from its lineup back in June due to not reaching an agreement with the NFL. Now it seems Sling, DISH Network and the NFL are all on the same page.
This came just days after YouTube TV added the channels to its live TV streaming service, with NFL Red Zone being a part of its new Sports Plus package that costs $9.99 a month more, along with its $64.99 a month price.
NFL Network is available on Sling TV’s Sling Blue plan for $30 a month and NFL Red Zone is available for an additional $10 a month in the Sports Extra.
NFL Network will also be the home of all of the live Thursday Night Football games this fall, as well as other programming such as “Good Morining Football” and “NFL Total Access.”
Right now, users of Sling Blue can get a free month of NFL Red Zone before they have to pay for their first month.
Sling TV is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.