WATCH MORE. SPEND LESS.

There are more movies and shows than ever before. So why are we putting up with ever-increasing costs and fees from the cable and satellite companies? It's easier than ever to cut the cord and stream more video than you could ever actually watch — and you can pay even less than you did before. We'll walk you through all the details, including the best hardware for streaming, which streaming service will you the channels you want — and what's coming up on the horizon. 


EDITORIAL TEAM

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PHIL NICKINSON
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TOM WESTRICK
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COVERAGE

Air TV

Amazon Fire TV

Amazon Prime Video

Apple TV

Cord-cutting

DVR

DirecTV Now

Fubo TV

HDHomerun

Netflix

New TV shows

New movies

Over-the-air TV

Philo TV

PlayStation Vue

Remote controls

Roku

Sling TV

Streaming video

Tablo TV

YouTube TV


A CLEAR PATH TO
CORD-CUTTING BLISS

The most difficult question when it comes to cutting out cable or satellite TV and moving to an all-streaming solution is always the first one — "Where the heck do I start?!?!"

We boil cord-cutting down to three major categories. 

First is the hardware. We'll walk you through what works, and what works best — and the best places to find deals on the hardware that will work for you.

Then there are the services. What has the channels you want to watch? Which plan is right for you?  (And are over-the-air antennas still a thing?)

And finally, there's the little matter of what to watch. We dive into some of the hottest shows around — and maybe a few you've yet to check out.

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