Dates: Saturday, April 1st, and Monday, April 3rd
Live stream: CBS All Access (free 7-day trial)
It’s been an exciting month to be a basketball fan, to say the least! The NCAA Tournament has been filled with surprising upsets, buzzer-beaters, underdogs, and all-around fantastic basketball. Now, as March draws to a close, fans are gearing up for the Final Four. If you’re looking to watch the Final Four online, find out how in the guide below.
The 2017 Final Four tournament will be largely a tournament of underdogs, with only North Carolina representing a Final Four “regular”. Oregon, Gonzaga and South Carolina were all largely expected to be out of the running by now, but they have shocked fans and analysts with thoroughly impressive postseason runs. Now, fans from all over the world are looking for a good way to watch the Final Four live stream this weekend. The good news is that you don’t need cable to stream the Final Four – keep reading to learn more.
Use CBS All Access to Watch the Final Four Online
CBS All Access will be the best way to watch Final Four online this week. All of the remaining NCAA Tournament games will air on CBS, and this is CBS’ official streaming service.
All Access offers the CBS live stream for just $5.99 per month, with no contract. It’s a standalone service, meaning that you don’t need cable or any other subscription to use it. All you need is an internet connection, a subscription to CBS All Access, and a compatible device. Most devices work, including streaming devices (Roku, Apple TV, etc.), mobile devices, and computers. Check out our CBS All Access review to learn more.
In addition to providing NCAA Final Four streaming via CBS, this service also gives you on-demand access to THOUSANDS of hit CBS TV show episodes. There are currently around 8,500 episodes on the online library, so you can binge-watch your favorite CBS shows on your own schedule. Many of these shows are not available anywhere else.
Want to watch the Final Four online free? Try out a FREE 7-day trial of CBS All Access today!
Get the Final Four Live Stream via PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is another great way to stream Final Four online this weekend. This service, brought to you by Sony, is a complete cable replacement. Unlike CBS All Access, which offers strictly CBS content, PlayStation Vue offers 45+ channels in their basic package alone. Plans start from $30 per month, but will be $40 per month in areas where CBS is offered. No contract is required, so you can cancel at any time.
Vue offers the ability to watch CBS (and therefore the ability to stream the Final Four) in around 50% of markets around the US. You can check on their site to see if CBS is offered in your area. And remember, you’ll also get over 40 other great channels, like ESPN, TNT, AMC, CNN, FOX News and more. Check our PlayStation Vue channels list for details. You can use Vue on most devices, like streaming players, PlayStation consoles and even mobile devices.
To get the Final Four stream free, test out a FREE 7-day trial of PlayStation Vue today!
2017 Final Four Schedule
Saturday, April 1st
South Carolina vs Gonzaga, 6:09 p.m. ET, CBS
Oregon vs North Carolina, 8:49 p.m. ET, CBS
Monday, April 3rd
NCAA Championship, 9:00 p.m. ET, CBS
You can check the Final Four schedule for more information. And, as March Madness wraps up, remember to enjoy these last few games while you can (and catch the NCAA Championship live stream, when it’s time)! And for more general information, check out our guide on how to watch college basketball online.
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