Advertisements I'd like to hear more about this. While it's true that a la carte television has arrived, it's still more cool than useful. It's not like all those apps/channels are united in a single EPG or tile set, right? Anyway, I always recommend investigating OTA first. It's free, requires no high speed internet, has no limit on streams, and has pretty good quality HD. Did I mention it's free? If you invest in a Recast, some FireTV sticks, and Prime, you can integrate Philo and Prime Channels right into the OTA EPG. Worth a look, IMHO, even if you think OTA is not for you. https://www.amazon.com/Fire-TV-Recast-over-the-air-DVR-1TB-150-hours/dp/B074J1GPB8 https://www.amazon.com/Fire-TV-Stick-4K-with-Alexa-Voice-Remote/dp/B079QHML21 Philo Help Center Amazon Prime Video Channels: Everything you need to know There is also something called Prime TV if you go that way... Prime Video: Channel Guide There are a LOT of free/ad supported services out there. All are worth a look... PlexTV: Free Streaming Online Pluto: Pluto TV Roku Channel: Roku Vudu: Vudu - Watch Movies You can stream 'cable replacement' services, but they are kind of pricey, you have to have solid high speed internet, and you are on your own when things go wrong... YouTube TV: YouTube TV - Watch & DVR Live Sports, Shows & News $64.99/month fuboTV: https://www.fubo.tv/welcome $64.99/$84.99/month Hulu + Live TV: Hulu with Live TV – More than just Live TV $54.99/month Sling TV: Live TV Streaming | Sling TV $30/month Philo: Philo - Your favorite shows have a new home $20/month AT&T TV Now: AT&T TV NOW - Stream Live TV & On Demand, HBO Included from $55/month Well, yeah. Mostly, though, because the cable companies have pretty slick set top boxes, whole house DVRs, and on-demand plus apps.