Streaming TV Comparison: Which Service Has the Best Channel Lineup?

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Did you know that you can get access to the majority of TV channels that you’re paying for on cable through a live TV streaming service?

If you’re tired of paying premium cable prices for hundreds of channels that you don’t watch, cutting the cord could be cost-saving option for you.

You may be able to lower your monthly bill to around $50 to $65 by switching to a live TV streaming service. And you can do it without sacrificing the channels you love the most!

In this article, I’ll show you a tool to assess which services have the channels that matter most to you. I’ll also compare the channel menus of each of the live TV streaming services. All of this is to help you make sure you’re getting all the channels you’d like to watch at the cheapest possible price.



Live TV Streaming Channel Tool

Team Clark has developed a tool to help you quickly find out which streaming service has the most of your favorite channels.

All you have to do is type in the name of the channels that you want to be included in your live TV streaming subscription. Enter as many as you’d like!

The end result will show you the streaming services that have the most channel matches, and it will sort them from cheapest to most expensive.

Note: Regional sports networks and select local channels are not included in the results. To find out if you have access to these channels, input your ZIP code on the specific streaming service’s website.


Streaming TV Channel Lineups: Side-by-Side Comparison

Below is a searchable side-by-side comparison to help you pinpoint the services that offer your must-have TV channels.

For the purposes of this comparison, I’m including the basic packages and pricing for YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, AT&T TV, Philo and fuboTV.

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You should use your ZIP code to check local and regional channel eligibility with each individual streaming service. Some local or regional channels available to you may not be included in our charts.

Later in the article, I’ll show you the full list of channel offerings for each of these services (including premium and add-on packages) so that you can find channels available to stream at an additional cost.

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YouTube TV Channel Lineup

YouTube TV offers the following channels in its base package:

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YouTube TV offers the following add-on packages:


Hulu + Live TV Channel Lineup

Hulu + Live TV offers the following channels in its base package:

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Hulu + Live TV offers the following add-on packages:


Sling TV Channel Lineup

Sling TV offers an Orange Package and a Blue Package at its base pricing. For an additional cost, you can upgrade to the Orange+Blue package to get all of Sling’s channels. Here is the channel lineup for all three packages:

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Sling TV also offers the following add-on options for its packages:


AT&T TV Channel Lineup

AT&T TV has multiple packages available. The menu is most likely to remind you of a cable or satellite service, based both on selection and pricing.

Here is the channel lineup for all your different AT&T TV options:

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fuboTV Channel Lineup

fuboTV has two plan options for streamers. Here is the full channel lineup for each:

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fuboTV also offers the following add-on options for its packages:


Philo Channel Lineup

Philo offers the following channels in its base package:

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