Cord-cutters have some new options in the world of. In a blog post shared on Tuesday, YouTube TV announced the expansion of its Spanish-language offerings with two new plans. Subscribers can now opt for the Spanish Plan or Spanish Plus.
With the standalone Spanish Plan, people can sign up to watch TV shows and films that air solely in Spanish. The plan costs $35 per month and features content from networks such as Fox Deportes, ESPN Deportes, Cine Latino, Discovery en Español, EstrellaTV, Nat Geo Mundo, Cine Sony and Cine Mexicano. Viewers aren’t required to have a basic YouTube TV account to sign up for this service. In honor of the launch, people can receive a discounted rate of $25 a month for the first six months.
The Spanish Plus option is an add-on for YouTube TV members who want to include Spanish-language content in their lineup. It runs $15 a month and provides access to more than 25 channels. For a limited time, Spanish Plus is available for $10 a month for new users. After six months, the price increases to $15.
YouTube TV’s base plan offers more than 85 live channels and costs $65 a month. The streaming service also includes DVR in its basic package, and it’s CNET’s Editors’ Choice for live TV. Though the platform previously added Spanish-language networks like Telemundo, Univision and Universo to its base package, the addition of these new subscription plans has been on the horizon. For a full list of channels available for the Spanish Plan and Spanish Plus, visit this YouTube TV support page.