You won't want to miss Fire Country season 2, here are 3 ways to watch

Season two key art for the CBS original series FIRE COUNTRY ©2024 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Season two key art for the CBS original series FIRE COUNTRY ©2024 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved. /

Fire Country season 2 premieres tonight, Feb. 16, at 9 p.m. ET on CBS! The sophomore season picks up six months after the season 1 finale that saw Bode go back to prison. It's been teased for months that all of the characters will be in different places in their lives when we catch back up with them. We're in for some shockers as the story picks back up.

In the age of cord cutting, there's more than one way to watch a beloved series if you no longer pay for cable or can't access network TV. So, if you can't view CBS the traditional way, you'll still be able to tune into Fire Country while its airing. In fact, we have three options to share with you. Let's breakdown what's available to you!


CBS' streaming home is Paramount+. If you have an Essential subscription ($5.99/month), you'll be able to watch their shows next day on the streaming platform. Subscribers under the Paramount+ with Showtime plan ($11.99/month) can stream CBS series live and on-demand the night they air. A subscription to this platform also gives you access to the streamer's own original content along with other brands such as Nickelodeon and MTV. Plus, new movies are added every month.

Fubo TV

This option depends on your region, but if Fubo TV does carry CBS in your area you'll be able to watch Fire Country through this streaming TV provider. The base plan for Fubo TV is referred to as a Pro subscription. It starts at $79.99/month. On this plan you'll have access to 185 channels and 1,000 hours of Cloud DVR space. Up to 10 screens can use the service at once. For information on more plans, click here. With this viewing option you won't be able to watch on-demand unless you DVR'd the episode.

Hulu + Live TV

Like with Fubo TV, watching Fire Country on this service is dependent upon whether CBS is offered as a channel option in your area. This platform also won't give you the ability to watch the series on-demand outside of what you've DVR'd. However, you will have access to other network and cable channels to view and tune into. The plans for this service include bundle deals with Disney+ and ESPN+. The base plan is $76.99/month for Hulu + Live TV, Disney+, and ESPN+ all with ads. To remove ads for Hulu and Disney+, the subscription increases to $89.99/month.

Stay tuned to Hidden Remote for more Fire Country news and coverage!