What Channel Is Freeform On Xfinity?

by Mark Chen | Updated 1/1/24

Unfortunately, Freeform is on a different channel for Xfinity customers depending on where you live. For instance, it’s on Channel 52 in San Francisco but Channel 28 in Salt Lake City.

You want to watch Switched at Birth or Shadowhunters as soon as possible so we did the work for you and found out what channel Freeform is on where you live.

Take a look below.

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Comcast Freeform Channel List

Xfinity Freeform Channel Guide

Seattle39, 678Miami53, 383
Spokane39, 678Fort Lauderdale53, 383
Tacoma39, 678Atlanta54, 854
Vancouver39, 739Memphis42, 811, 1530
Portland39, 739Nashville35,1742
Salem39, 739Chicago15, 198
Eugene39, 739Indianapolis15, 1530
Salt Lake City28, 683, 1742Fort Wayne41, 1530
Provo28, 683Detroit48, 229, 1530
Denver33, 680Washington6, 881
Colorado Springs74, 764, 1742Baltimore10, 881
Boulder33, 680, 1742Philadelphia38, 881
Saint Paul46, 229, 838Pittsburgh54, 881
Minneapolis45, 44, 838San Jose52, 768
Albuquerque59, 237San Francisco52, 768
Tallahassee67, 444Fresno51, 768
Jacksonville43, 444Sacramento48, 768
Orlando64, 444Oakland52, 768

Where To Watch Freeform on Xfinity (WA/OR/ID/CO)

You can watch Freeform on Xfinity on channels 79 and 678 in the cities of Seattle, Spokane, and Tacoma in Washington state.

If you want to watch in Vancouver, WA, you’ll need to go to Channels 39 or 739 instead.

Coincidentally, channels 39 and 739 are the right channels for Comcast customers to go to the Freeform channel in Oregon for major metropolitan areas like Portland, Salem, and Eugene.

People who live in Indiana can watch Freeform on Channel 1530.  The lowered number channels are Channel 15 in Indianapolis and Channel 41 in Indiana.

1742 is the right channel to watch in Boulder and Colorado Springs.  You also have the option to watch on channels 74 and 764 in Colorado Springs and 33 and 680 in Boulder.

Denver has different Freeform channels – 33 and 680.

California Freefrom Comcast Channels

Freeform is on Channel 768 for Comcast customers in California.

Besides 768, it’s also on Channel 52 in San Jose, San Francisco, and Oakland and Channel 51 in Stockton and Fresno.


For the cities of Washington DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh, you can watch Freeform on your Xfinity TV on Channel 881.

There’s also lowered number channels that I’ve put below.  People in Baltimore and DC really love their Freeform.

Washington DC: 6, 881
Baltimore: 10, 881
Philadelphia: 38, 881
Pittsburgh: 54, 881

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Xfinity Freeform Channels in Florida

Unfortunately, Freeform isn’t on one specific channel for people with Xfinity in Florida.

It’s on Channel 444 in Tallahassee, Jacksonville, and Orlando, and Channels 53 and 383 in Miami and Orlando.

You can also watch Freeform on Channel 67 in Tallahassee, Channel 43 in Jacksonville, and Channel 64 in Orlando.

If you’re trying to watch Freeform in Utah, go to Channels 28 or 683.  You also have the option to watch Freeform on Channel 1742 in Salt Lake City.

Where Else Can You Watch

There’s several other big cities that Xfinity has customers that we did research on Freeform for.

Take a look below.

Atlanta: 54, 854
Memphis: 42, 811, 1530
Nashville: 35, 1742
Chicago: 15, 198
Detroit: 48, 229, 1530

Oh, and before we forget, you can watch Freeform on Channel 838 in Saint Paul and Minneapolis.  Other channel options in those cities include 46 and 229 in Saint Paul and 45 and 44 in Minneapolis.

To watch Freeform on Comcast in Albuquerque, go to channels 59 or 237.

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About the author

Mark Chen is the founder and CEO of BillSmart. As a 7-year veteran of the bill negotiation space, he's saved Americans $25mm+ on their phone and cable bills. In his free time, he enjoys watching shows on TV like Yellowstone and college football.