The NFL is taking a page from the Disney Channel playbook, releasing live video of games to its YouTube channel.
The channel was recently shut down, but it will return on Monday with a revamped schedule, which includes the New Orleans Saints-New York Giants game and the Dallas Cowboys-Pittsburgh Steelers game.
The NFL, like Disney’s Disney XD channel, is a subscription service.
To get a subscription, fans must be a Disney Disney-owned household member and pay a $9.99 yearly fee.
It costs $20 to access live streaming on YouTube and $15 for a subscription for mobile devices.
The channel, which launched in 2015 and was one of the most popular live streaming channels on YouTube, was shut down in September 2017.
The NFL says it is working on a new schedule, but not on whether it will keep its channel up.
The league also doesn’t have a live stream of the 2017 season yet.
On Monday, the NFL will have a new streaming schedule that includes the 2017 Cowboys-Bears game and Monday night’s Patriots-Bengals game.
The first game will be on ESPN, with the NFL on Fox and ESPN2 and the other games available on ESPN3.
The network will also offer NFL Game Pass, a subscription plan that allows fans to watch the entire NFL season on an iPad or iPhone.ESPN will also stream the entire 2017 regular season for free on Sunday mornings.
It will offer live stream coverage of every game, with games airing on ESPN and ESPN3 on Sunday afternoons, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and on ESPN2 on Fridays.ESPN also is the only network to stream all games in their entirety.