Get your ridiculous hats and mintjuleps ready – Derby Day is almost here. The 145th race of the Kentucky Derby takes place on Saturday, May 4th.
Justify won the Kentucky Derby last year and became only the 1
How to See the Kentucky Derby
- Date: Saturday, May 4
- Submission Time: 6:50 PM ET
- Location: Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky
- TV: NBC
NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App will have live streams of the derby. To stream the race online, you must sign up with a pay-TV account. If you do not have a pay-TV subscription, you can broadcast the race live with a live TV streaming service.
Cable televisions have several options to watch the Derby on NBC. However, to see the range of NBC, you must ensure that the service carries your local ABC station with you.
Notice CNET may receive a revenue share from the sale of the services listed on this page.
Sling TV ($ 25)
Sling TVs 25-per-month Blue package includes NBC. You can check here if you live in the right market for a live feed from NBC.
See Sling TV
FuboTV ($ 45)
FuboTV costs $ 45 a month and includes NBC. See if a live feed from NBC is available in your area.
See at FuboTV
Hulu with Live TV ($ 45)
Hulu with live TV costs $ 45 a month and includes NBC. On the welcome page, click the "See all channels in your region" link to see if NBC's live feed is available in your postcode.
See Hulu with Live TV
PlayStation Vue ($ 45)
PlayStation Vue's $ 45 monthly access plan includes NBC. You can see here if a live feed from NBC is available in your region.
See PlayStation Vue
YouTube TV ($ 50)
YouTube TV costs $ 50 a month and includes NBC. Put your zip code on the home page to see if NBC live feed is available at your location.
See YouTube TV
DirecTV Now ($ 50)
DirecTV's 50-month plus package includes NBC. You can use the channel search tool to see if you get a live feed from NBC in your zip code.
See DirecTV Now
All live TV streaming services listed above offer free trial versions that allow you to cancel at any time and require a secure Internet connection. Are you looking for more information? Take a look at our streaming service guide.
CNET may receive a commission from retailers.