TVs in the concourse at Fiserv Forum will be quiet this year with no fans at games; watching at home is also more challenging than before.

It will be easy to find the Milwaukee Bucks on your TVs to start the season; their opener in Boston will air on TNT and their Dec. 25 home opener against Golden State will show up on ABC.

But what happens after that?

With fans barred from Fiserv Forum to start the 2020-21 season and big get-togethers or visits to bars continuing as a fraught choice in the midst of a global pandemic, Bucks followers might be frustrated at the lack of options to see the team compete on Fox Sports Wisconsin.

The Fox Regional Sports Networks (frequently abbreviated as RSNs, and including Fox Sports Wisconsin) used to be easy to find on such services as YouTubeTV or Hulu+Live TV, but those services have dropped the RSNs (which are owned by Sinclair, not Fox) in recent months.

Here’s what’s going on.

‘Cord cutting’ takes a turn

We’ve said before that the “cord cutting” landscape is subject to frequent change, and that’s certainly been the case.