How to Watch the Miss Universe Pageant 2023 Without Cable Online

How to Watch the Miss Universe Pageant 2023 Without Cable Online

El Savador will host the 72nd Miss Universe competition this year. More than 80 women from all around the world will fight for the title of international beauty pageant, which will take place on Saturday at the José Adolfo Pineda Arena in San Salvador.

This year’s contest will make history as it welcomes the first transgender women, Miss Portugal Marina Machete and Miss Netherlands Rikkie Kollé, along with Pakistan’s first-ever contestant. John Legend will perform, while Olivia Culpo and Jeannie Mai Jenkins will host. Model and activist Halima Aden, singer Mario Bautista, influencer Avani Gregg, Carson Kressley from the original Queer Eye, former White House doctor Dr. Connie Mariano, and model and activist Giselle Blondet are among this year’s judges.

For further information on how to watch Miss Universe online—both with and without cable—keep reading below.

How to Watch Miss Universe 2023 on the Online: Time and Air Date

The Roku channel, available at, on Roku and Samsung TVs, and on devices that support the Roku app, such as the Roku Streaming Stick and Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, will broadcast live coverage of the 2023 Miss Universe pageant on Saturday at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET.

Additionally, Telemundo, a live TV streaming service, will carry the event on cable in Spanish. Fubo and Hulu + Live TV are two of the greatest on-demand internet cable services that include Telemundo in their packages; DirecTV Stream offers the channel as a Español add-on.

If you are outside of the United States and have an active streaming subscription, you may watch Miss Universe from nearly anywhere in the world by using a virtual private network (VPN) like ExpressVPN. (The service is presently giving new users three more months for free as part of a Black Friday special.)

If you visit and enter your cable TV provider login information, you can watch Telemundo live online as well.

Find out more about how to watch Miss Universe without a cable subscription

DirecTV Stream

Take benefit of the free seven-day trial offer for DirecTV Stream’s Español add-on, which costs an extra $15 per month and includes Telemundo and 14 additional Spanish-language channels, to watch the 2023 Miss Universe event. Packages for the live TV streaming service start at $64.99 per month (guaranteed for the first two years) for the Entertainment tier, which includes over 75 more channels, including CNN, Disney Channel, AMC, and Nickelodeon, in addition to online TV and on-demand content. Additional options, which range in price from $83.99 to $154.99 per month, provide over 105–150 channels.


For just $74.99 a month, you can watch Telemundo along with over 170 other news, entertainment, and sports channels with a Fubo membership. More than a thousand hours of TV series, films, games, and more—including Monday, Thursday, and Sunday night football—can be recorded for later viewing on a smartphone, tablet, or tv.

Additional subscriptions include the Ultimate tier, which costs $100 a month and includes 298 channels, NFL RedZone, Showtime, and 4K quality, and the Elite bundle, which offers 254 channels for $84.99. You can watch the Miss Universe contest online for free during the five days that the online TV streaming service gives to new users.

Hulu + Live TV

For $76.99–$89.99 a month (packages available with or without advertisements), Hulu + Live TV includes Telemundo, NBC, and 75 other major cable news, entertainment, and sports networks. It is combined with Disney+ and ESPN+. Additionally, you will have access to live streaming and events on ESPN+, including baseball, PGA golf, UFC Fight Night, and soccer.

At this time, Hulu + Live TV does not provide a free trial.


With one of Sling’s live TV streaming services (which range from $45 to $60 a month), you can watch the 2023 Miss Universe event, but first you’ll need to connect an antenna that can get your local channels—including Telemundo—for free. With Sling’s packages, you can stream on up to three devices, record up to 50 hours of content, and view more than 40 more local broadcast channels.

The price of the individual Orange and Blue plans as well as the combined Orange & Blue plan drop to $22.50-$30 thanks to a current Sling promotion that offers new customers half off their first month.

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