WatchESPN provides a live stream of ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, ESPNEWS, ESPN Deportes, Longhorn Network, Goal Line and Buzzer Beater, and features:
- Sports: Including Monday Night Football, College Football (BCS included), College Basketball (Championship Week included), and NBA regular season and playoff coverage
- Studio Shows: SportsCenter, PTI, Mike and Mike in the Morning, SportsNation
WatchESPN is accessible online and through these compatible devices: Apple TV, Roku, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android Phone, Android Tablet and Kindle Fire 2nd Generation and above. The WatchESPN app can be downloaded through your device's app store.
To access WatchESPN Live Stream, users must be subscribed to the network or channel as part of their Spectrum TV service. When prompted, select Spectrum as your TV provider and sign in using your Spectrum username and password. Get help signing in.
ESPN offers live coverage of the NFL, MLB, NBA, College Football and Men's and Women's College Basketball. Original programming includes news and discussion on SportsCenter, Around the Horn, Pardon the Interruption and ESPN's own X Games and ESPYs.
ESPN2 offers live coverage of NASCAR, MLB, Major League Soccer, College Football, Men's and Women's College Basketball and more. Original programming includes news and discussion on Mike & Mike in the Morning and First Take.
ESPN3 is a multiplatform network featuring live coverage of College Football, Men's and Women's College Basketball, several NCAA Championship events, international soccer matches, additional coverage at Tennis & Golf majors, cricket and more. ESPN3 also provides replays of certain sporting events.
ESPNU provides coverage of college athletics from more than 26 NCAA Division I conferences including the ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, PAC-12 and SEC, as well as premier high school content. Original programming includes SportsCenterU, The Experts, College Football Live and College Basketball Live.
ESPNEWS provides sports news, highlights, press conferences and debate coverage. ESPNews is often used as an overflow channel for other ESPN networks and has featured the talk Olbermann, hosted by Keith Olbermann.
ESPN Deportes is ESPN's Spanish-language sports brand dedicated to providing the widest variety of sports to the U.S. Hispanic sports fan across several platforms. ESPN Deportes features more than 2,500 hours of live sports and original programming every year.
ESPN Buzzer Beater
ESPN Buzzer Beater is a gametime-only College Basketball channel available every Wednesday night and Saturday. ESPN Buzzer Beater features whip-around coverage and analysis of Men?s and Women?s College Basketball teams from many of the best conferences across the country, including the ACC, Big 12, BIG EAST, Big Ten, SEC, and PAC-12.
ESPN Goal Line
ESPN Goal Line features unlimited live cut-ins and highlights of the top NCAA College Football games during each Saturday of the College Football season and up-to-the-minute commentary from ESPN analysts and experts. ESPN Goal Line provides coverage of games aired on ESPN's family of networks, as well as syndicated and locally-produced games from football bowl subdivision conferences.
WatchESPN Access/Sign In
Only Spectrum TV users subscribed to the ESPN channels listed above are able to access WatchESPN on their browser or a mobile device.
To Access through Spectrum.net:
- Sign in with your Spectrum username and password.
- Navigate to the homepage and scroll down to our Spectrum TV section.
- Choose from Streaming Live programming, On Demand or Network video content.
To Download Apps and Sign In:
- Download and install any of the ESPN channels from your device's app store.
- Open the app and select Spectrum as your TV provider.
- Sign in using your Spectrum username (including @charter.net) and password. Get help signing in.