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When YouTube TV bumped its price by $15, Hulu Plus Live TV became our overall favorite. Its channel selection is robust for price and Hulu's integration of Live TV with its significant catalog of on - demand content, including exclusive titles like Handmaid's Tale, gives it a content advantage no other service can match. Its interface and DVR do lag behind YouTube TV - you 'll still have to pay another $10 month to get the ability to skip commercials on Hulu's Cloud DVR - but it's now better value. Top channels not available: AMC, BBC America, Comedy Central, MLB Network, MTV, NBA TV, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone, Nickelodeon. Read our Hulu Plus Live TV review. Sling TV costs more than Philo but has better channels, more options and a comparatively better interface, so it's worth the extra money in our opinion. And it's still dirt - cheap compared to other streaming services, let alone cable. Sling is cheaper than Premium services like YouTube TV and Hulu Plus Live TV because it has very few local stations. Confusingly, it also has two $30 - per - month Channel packages, Sling Orange and Sling Blue. While some channels are available on both Sling Orange and Sling Blue, two differ significantly from other channel offerings: Orange is basically the ESPN / Disney package, while Blue is the Fox / NBC package. Top channels not available on Sling Blue: ABC, CBS, Animal Planet, Disney Channel, ESPN, Nickelodeon. Fox and NBC are only available in select major cities. Top channels not available on Sling Orange: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, Animal Planet, Bravo, CNBC, Discovery Channel, Bravo, Fox News, Fox Sports 1, FX, MSNBC, USA Network. Read our Sling TV review. With the addition of eight new channels and the addition of NFL Network and optional RedZone in time for the 2020 football season, YouTube TV has more top channels than any competitor - and it's still the only one with local PBS stations. Youtube TV has the best Cloud DVR of the bunch, including unlimited storage and a generous nine months to watch recordings. The streaming platform interface is no - nonsense, if a little drab, and yet it offers most of the features a cable service can give you. And unlike Sling and others, it's dead simple: one package, one price, do. Despite its best - in - class channel selection and Cloud DVR, with its recent price increase, it's now the most expensive Live TV streaming service, and if you want to save money over traditional cable subscription, Hulu and Sling TV are superior bargains. Top channels not available: & E, History, Lifetime. Read our YouTube TV review. There's lot to like about FuboTV - it offers a wide selection of channels second only to YouTube TV, and its sports focus makes it especially attractive to soccer fans in particular. It's also a great choice for NFL fans since it's only service aside from YouTube TV with NFL Network and optional RedZone.

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Other live TV options

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ProsCons
Packages start at $30 per monthLimited local channels
Lots of compatible devicesOnly 10 hours of cloud DVR included
Affordable add-on channel optionsOnly one stream with Sling Orange

Hulu's Live TV interface isn't best. There's separate tab for only Live Channels, but if you re searching for anything else, on - demand options are confusingly mixed in with live offerings. Still, it has a leg up on competition because it offers both live TV in addition to its vast library of streamable content, including original shows like Castle Rock and Handmaid's Tale. That's big advantage. If you can live without Netflix, you can cut your subscriptions to just one payment of around $55 for its base plan—though that price includes ads on Live Shows and on - demand content. Not so great when you consider on - demand Hulu subscription without ads is just $12. You can disable ads for on - demand content, but your monthly price will jump to $61. If you re a sports fan, you may want to look elsewhere. Hulu doesn't carry the NFL Network, NBA TV, or the MLB Network. There's Free 7 - day Trial If You want to test the service out before committing. Watch It On: Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, Chromecast, Apple TV, Xbox One and 360, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Android TV, and Samsung TV major Channels Missing: AMC, BBC America, Comedy Central, MLB Network, MTV, NBA TV, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone, and Nickelodeon First time I ever hear About Live TV Streaming, It was through bizarre device call Slingbox. Impossible! I protest, in disbelief. Sling TV evolved from that idea, and it's now one of the longest - running Live TV Streaming Services available. It's also one of the most affordable and versatile Live TV Streaming Services out there. There are drawbacks though. You can't set up family accounts for other users, so all users of your Sling TV account share DVR and view history. Its many Channel bundles are also confusing and price marketing can be misleading, With one base plan means for entertainment and news, and other for sports and families. Its add - ons rack up price quickly, but if you only want channels on its base plan, you can save quite a bit of money. Watch It On: Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, Chromecast, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Xbox One, Roku, Amazon Fire devices, major Missing Channels: ABC, CBS, Animal Planet, Fox News, MLB Network, and Nickelodeon Streaming Services on this list are our favorites, but they aren't only ones out there. There are a couple of other options you may want to check out if none of the services above strike your fancy. Philo TV is the cheapest Live TV app we 've found AT $20 month. It's perfect for my MTV reality show binge. There are 61 channels in its lineup and it's available on Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, web, iOS, and Android. We think other options are worth extra cash for most folks, though. Philo's interface isn't as easy to use and it lacks features.


YouTube TV channels and pricing

Youtube TV Review Summary: After the $15 price hike, YouTube TV is no longer the deal that it used to be. For $65 month, you get 85 + networks, including local sports and news. The channel lineup features sports networks like ESPN, FS1, FS2, BTN, NFL Network and SEC Network. Youtube TV offers unlimited DVR and allows up to three simultaneous streams. Amazon Fire TV devices and smart TVs are now support. Price: One single plan for $65 per month Channels: Heavy on sports, plus a well - rounded lineup of news and entertainment channels; ViacomCBS networks will add in June 2020 DVR: Record as many programs as you want at the same time and never run out of storage space support devices for TV include: Amazon Fire TV Android TV Apple TV Google Chromecast PlayStation 4 Roku Xbox One, Xbox One S & Xbox One X Select smart TVs Multiple streams: Up to three separate devices at same time Internet speed: 3 Mbps for SD quality, 7 Mbps for One HD stream and 13 Mbps for reliable HD streaming with Multiple streams More resources: Free trial offer | Cancel your subscription


fuboTV plans and pricing

Fubotv Review Summary: FuboTV is a live TV streaming service with lots of SPORTS channels for soccer fans, plus a good mix of live news and entertainment programming. Its $59. The 99 / month base plan includes 100 + Channels, 30 hours of cloud DVR and the ability to watch on two screens at same time. Some events are available for viewing in 4K. Disney - own networks like ABC and ESPN were added in August 2020. Price: $59. 99 per month and up Channels: Lots of SPORTS networks: SPORTS, TUDN, FS1, FS2, NFL Network, BTN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel and more; ESPN, Disney and ABC added in August 2020 DVR: 30 hours of cloud DVR included in base plan; additional charge to upgrade to 250 hours support devices for TV include: Amazon Fire TV Android TV Apple TV Google Chromecast Roku Xbox One Select smart TVs Multiple streams: Two streams at same time; add More for additional charge Internet speed: Between 3 Mbps and 25 Mbps depending on resolution More resources: Free trial offer | Cancel your subscription


AT&T TV Now

At & T TV Now Review Summary: AT & T TV Now's cheapest plan starts at $55 per month and includes fewer channels than its competitors. What makes AT & T TV Now different is that it includes HBO Max and Cinemax in its $80 / month Max plan, which also features regional sports networks. With either plan, you get 500 hours of cloud DVR, and three simultaneous streams are allow. Price: AT & T TV Now Plus starts AT $55 per month; Max plan is $80 Channels: More than 45 networks like Bravo, Cartoon Network, CNN, Disney, ESPN, FS1, Hallmark Channel and TBS are included in the Plus plan; Max plan includes HBO and Cinemax DVR: 500 hours of cloud DVR storage support devices for TV include: Amazon Fire TV Apple TV Google Chromecast Roku Select smart TVs Multiple streams: Up to three devices AT same time Internet speed: Speeds of AT least 12 Mbps per stream deliver best quality More resources: Free trial offer | Cancel your subscription

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ProsCons
Great overall channel lineupMonthly price increased from $ 50 to $65 in June 2020
Lots of sports: ESPN, FS1, FS2, NFL Network, MLB Network, NBA TV and moreFOX Regional Sports Networks removed as of October 1, 2020
Unlimited DVR

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ProsCons
Lots and lots of sports channels; ESPN finally added in August 2020Turner networks (CNN, TBS, TNT, etc.) removed in July 2020
Good mix of live news and entertainment networksMust upgrade to get more than 30 hours of cloud DVR
Up to 6 profiles per subscriptionOnly two streams at the same time; add more for an additional charge

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Streaming TV ServiceStarting Price
Philo$20/month
Sling TV Best Budget Live TV Streaming Service$30/month
Hulu + Live TV Best Streaming Alternative to YouTube TV$54.99/month
ATT TV Now (formerly DirecTV Now)$55/month
fuboTV$59.99/month
YouTube TV Best Cable TV Replacement$64.99/month

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ProsCons
Good mix of sports, news and entertainment networks, plus local channelsExpensive add-ons
Hulus on-demand streaming library includedMust upgrade DVR to fast-forward through commercials
50 hours of cloud DVR storageOnly two screens at once

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ProsCons
HBO Max Cinemax included in Max planOnly 45+ channels offered for $55/month
500 hours of cloud DVRMust upgrade to $80/month plan for some regional sports networks

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ProsCons
Lots of entertainment networks for a very low priceNo local or sports channels
Unlimited DVR included
Three streams at a time allowed
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