The best streaming services to watch your favorite TV shows


Don’t miss any of your favorite TV shows. Instead, check out some of our favorite streaming services for live TV and on-demand programming.

We’ve all been watching tons of movies and television lately. So, now more than ever, there’s no excuse for not having an adequate streaming service.

But there are a lot of other streaming services out there, and each brings something unique to the table.

Here are three of our favorites.

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Disney+ Bundle (feat. ESPN+ and Hulu)

The Disney+ Bundle is one of the better deals on the market. To get Disney+ as a standalone, you’re paying $6.99 per month. To bundle Disney+ with ESPN+ and Hulu, it’s just $12.99 per month.

ESPN+ is perfect for sports fans. The acclaimed documentary series 30 For 30 is available on there, along with a fair amount of live content. In particular, if you’re a fantasy sports or UFC fan, you’ll find a ton of content at your finger tips.

Also, the Kobe Bryant and Peyton Manning versions of Detail are available, and it’s really fascinating to listen to two of the best to ever do it break down their respective sports.

The version of Hulu you get in the default bundle comes with ads. However, you can adjust the plan to feature live TV or go ad-free for an additional cost.

What’s available on Hulu? Some of our favorites include Rick and Morty, Family Guy, Scrubs, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Fargo, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, How I Met Your Mother, Archer, Futurama and Seinfeld ** takes deep breath** and Justified, Archer, Prison Break, 24 and White Collar.

Then of course Disney+. You already know what Disney+ has going on. Classic films and shows, modern hits, and everything in-between. For real, where else can you go from binge-watching the 1990’s X-Men cartoon (with the amazing theme song), then flip over to watch Horse Sense?

Disney+. That’s where. 

Sling TV
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Sling TV

Not only does Sling TV provide live TV and a cloud DVR, but right now their most popular package is on sale. Typically, the 50-channel Sling Blue is $30 per month. However, they’re currently running a sale, so you can get your TV fix for just $20 per month.

USA Network, NFL Network, Bravo, TNT, AMC, HGTV, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, TBS, Comedy Central, History, A&E, IFC, Food Network, BBC America, HLN, Investigation Discovery, TRVL Channel, Cartoon Network, Epix Drive-In, Lifetime, VICE, AXS TV, Fuse, Newsy, Bloomberg TV, Cheddar Business, Local Now, Discovery, FX, TLC, NBCSN, FS1, Nick Jr., SyFy, National Geographic, BET, Tru TV, Stadium, Comet, E Network and Paramount Network are all included.

Additionally, Fox, NBC and NBC Sports are available in select markets. You’ll know after entering your zip code.

Plus, you can get the Sling Premium Pass free for your first month. The Premium Pass includes Showtime, Starz and Epix. After the first month, the Premium Pass increases to $25 per month.

Check out Sling TV today.

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fuboTV gives you access to 100+ channels with local sports (when we get them), news and a Cloud DVR. There are no hidden fees, no contracts and it starts at $54.99 per month.

There are a number of different packages to choose from, ranging from $54.99 to $79.99. But you can start a seven-day free trial of the service today.

You can also stream on multiple devices at the same time – so everyone can watch the shows they want to.

You can see in the above photo the channels available. For more information, visit fuboTV.