Here’s How to Watch ‘The Masked Singer’ For Free to Know Which Stars Are Under Each Costume

The Masked Singer
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Who is that? If you want to know how to watch The Masked Singer online for free, you’re not alone. Since the reality TV singing competition premiered in January 2019, viewers across the country have been obsessed with figuring out which A-list celebrities are under which costumes.

For those who have never watched The Masked Singer before, here’s a short explainer on the show: The Masked Singer is based on the South Korean show, King of the Masked Singer, which sees celebrities perform in head-to-toe costumes as judges and live studio audience members try to guess their identities. One by one, the celebrities are eliminated and reveal their identities to the judges and viewers at home until there is one masked singer left standing. That contestant is declared the winner. In the past, The Masked Singer’s winners have included T-Pain (a.k.a. Monster), Wayne Brady (a.k.a. Fox), Kandi Burruss (a.k.a. Night Angel) and LeAnn Rimes (a.k.a. Sun).

Who will be the next winner of The Masked Singer? Well, we’ll have to tune in to find out that answer. Ahead is what to know about season 6 of the reality TV singing competition and how to watch The Masked Singer online for free if you don’t have cable.

When does The Masked Singer air?

The Masked Singer season 7 airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on FOX.

How to watch The Masked Singer online

The Masked Singer season 7 airs on FOX, which is available to stream on services like Hulu, Hulu+ With Live TV, Fubo TV and Sling TV. Hulu+ With Live TV and Fubo TV both cost $64.99 per month, while Sling TV costs $35 per month. The Masked Singer is also available to stream on Hulu, which costs $5.99 per month for its ad-supported plan and $11.99 per month for its ad-free plan, the day after it airs.

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Image: Michael Becker/FOX.

How to watch The Masked Singer online for free

How can one watch The Masked Singer online for free? Read on for our tips and tricks to stream The Masked Singer for cheap or free.

Watch The Masked Singer With Sling TV’s Free Trial

Sling TV’s free trial is an excellent option to watch The Masked Singer for cheap. Sling offers two plans: Sling Blue and Sling Orange. (Sling Blue is more suited for news and entertainment, while Sling Orange is better for sports and family.) Both include a three-day free trial and cost $35 per month after the trial ends, if one chooses to subscribe. Both also offer 50 hours of DVR and local channels like FOX, which is where The Masked Singer airs. If you had to choose one, though, we recommend Sling Blue to watch The Masked Singer. Not only does the plan include more channels, but it also allows the user to stream on three devices (Sling Orange allows only one), which means that you can split the cost with two other people, who can stream on their own devices. (That’s just $3.33 per person.)

Watch The Masked Singer With Fubo TV’s Free Trial

The best way to watch The Masked Singer online for free is with Fubo TV’s free trial. Fubo TV offers a seven-day free trial, which is more than enough time to stream The Masked Singer. Along with FOX,  Fubo TV offers more than 100 channels, including NBC, CNN and CBS, at least 250 hour of DVR and a streaming library with hundreds of hours of TV shows and movies. After the free trial ends, Fubo TV costs $64.99 per month, so be sure to cancel it before you’re charged.

Watch The Masked Singer With Hulu’s Free Trial

Hulu is the most affordable option to watch The Masked Singer if you can wait a day. The service offers a seven-day free trial and upload new episodes of FOX shows, including The Masked Singer, less than 24 hours after they air live. Though you can’t watch episodes live (unless you subscribe to Hulu+ With Live TV), Hulu—which offers more than 1650 TV shows and 2,500 movies along with The Masked Singer—starts at $5.99 per month for its basic subscription with ads. It’s ad-fee plan costs $11.99 per month. Both plans come with a 30-day free trial, so users can test it out before committing to a subscription.

Watch The Masked Singer With Verizon’s Free Disney+, Hulu & ESPN+ Bundle

If you’re a Verizon customer (or know someone who is), there is another free option. For a limited time, customers with unlimited plans, such as Get More Unlimited and Play More Unlimited, have access to Verizon’s complimentary The Disney Bundle, which includes Disney+, Hulu and ESPN. Disney+ and ESPN are nice, but Hulu is the real reward here to watch The Masked Singer online for free. So how do you claim your free Hulu subscription? Well, Verizon has a FAQ here that explains the steps a Verizon customer needs to take to access Disney+ for free, but here’s the gist: Go to My Verizon site or the My Verizon App. In the app, go to the Plans & Devices page and click Explore Adds. On the site, choose Account on the top menu and click Add Ons & Apps. There, customers will be able to choose The Disney Bundle, which includes Disney+, Hulu and ESPN. After choosing the bundle, click Get It Now. Enter the email address you want to use for your subscriptions, check your email for confirmation and voila.

Who is The Masked Singer host?

The Masked Singer season 6 host is Nick Cannon. Cannon has hosted The Masked Singer since season 1, aside from a few episodes of season 7 after he tested positive for COVID-19 and was replaced by Niecy Nash

Who are The Masked Singer  judges?

The Masked Singer season 7 judges are Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke.

The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on FOX. Stream the next day on Hulu.

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