The Masked Singer is on Tubi, FOX’s free streaming service

The Masked Singer

If you missed out on past seasons of The Masked Singer, there’s great news. The first two seasons are on Tubi right now, and you can watch for free.

If you’re like us, you only got into The Masked Singer recently. That means there are unmaskings and performances of the past that you haven’t seen. Well, there’s great news, because you can now watch the first two seasons for absolutely nothing at all!

FOX recently acquired Tubi, a free, ad-supported streaming service. To test the waters, the No. 1 show, The Masked Singer, is heading to the streamer. Its the first big move that FOX has made into the streaming wars, and one that I’m sure many fans will be on board with. After all, this doesn’t mean spending a penny. You just have to be happy with ads. I think we’d all accept ads for a free and legitimate way to cut the cord.

Only two seasons on Tubi so far

Right now, only the first two seasons of Tubi available. This gives FOX a chance to test the waters and for fans to tune in for previous performances. Whether you’ve watched them before or you have never seen the previous seasons before, it’s an excellent idea.

The Masked Singer Season 3 will eventually head to Tubi. The plan, according to Deadline, is to put episodes up at least a week after new episodes air. After all, the episodes head to Hulu, which viewers have to pay for. Hulu isn’t going to want to risk losing its subscribers. (Although there are many more reasons to sign up for that streaming service!)

Right now, there is more than 20,000 movies available to stream. More is heading to the streamer, as it continues to grow. It will be interesting to see what FOX does with it now that it’s gotten into the streaming game.

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What do you think about The Masked Singer on Tubi? Is this a streamer for you? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

The Masked Singer airs on Wednesdays at 8/7c on FOX and airs the following day on Hulu.

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