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YouTube TV vs. Hulu vs. Sling TV vs. Philo vs. FuboTV vs. AT&T TV Now: 100 channels compared

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You don’t need cable to watch your favorite channels. Here’s how the top 100 networks, from ABC to CNN to PBS to TLC, stack up across six streaming services.

Deciding to cut the cable TV cord doesn’t mean you have to give up your favorite channels. You can stream them live, including the return of sports like the PGA, MLB and NBA, as well as live news from CNN, Fox News, MSNBC or your local TV station. One way to watch live shows without cable is to connect an antenna, but your channel selection will be relatively small. If you want more options you should check out a live TV streaming service. They start at $20 per month, deliver numerous familiar live channels, features like cloud DVRs and the ability to watch not only on TVs but also on phones, tablets and computers.

Six major services are available today: Google’s YouTube TV, Disney’s Hulu with Live TV, Dish Network’s Sling TV, AT&T’s TV Now (formerly DirecTV Now, not to be confused with AT&T TV), Philo and FuboTV. Our full live-TV streaming guide has all the details about prices and features, but really, it’s all about the channels.

Read more: YouTube TV is now $65. Sling TV and Hulu are the best alternatives

The main difference between the services is their channel lineups. All of them offer different slates of channels for various prices. 

Below you’ll find a chart that shows the top 100 channels across all seven services. There are actually eight listed because Sling TV has two different “base” tiers, Orange and Blue. And if you’re wondering, I chose which “top” channels made the cut. Sorry, AXS TV, Discovery Life, GSN and Universal HD.

This article is updated periodically as channel packages, prices and other information changes. For example, YouTube TV’s price hike to $65 takes effect July 31 and most of its new channels are available now, while Fubo TV is increasing its base price to $60 on Aug. 1 and adding ABC, Disney and ESPN channels sometime in August. Those changes to both services, as well as other recent updates like Sling TV’s loss of NFL Network, are reflected here.

Some more stuff to know about the chart: 

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