With so many great options out there maybe it is time to give a few of them a try or maybe a second look?
Hulu was struggling not that long ago, but things have really turned around since they hired a new CEO. With a ton of new deals with companies like Viacom, FX, Epix, and Discovery, Hulu has never had so much content. They now even have an ad-free option for anyone who wants their content the next day but hates ads.
On top of next-day access to popular shows, Hulu also has original shows, movies, and back seasons of some of your favorite shows. They provide a full line up of available networks to get a sense of what kind of content youll have access to.
Do you miss live TV and especially live news and sports as a cord cutter? You should check out Sling TV for all your live TV needs. With 20 channels for $20, which includes ESPN and ESPN 2, you get a lot for your money.
They also have add-on packages like the Sports package that brings you every ESPN channel for just $5 extra dollars a month. Perfect for sports fans who are looking for something to do this weekend.
HBO has for a long time been the example of what great TV looks like. Now you no longer need a cable subscription to access your favorite HBO content.
HBO NOW came out on Roku about a week ago, so this is a perfect weekend to start your free trial and watch great shows like Amy Schumer: Live at The Apollo and new episodes of The Leftovers, Project Greenlight, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.
You will also get access to HBO on demand bringing you a large catalog of shows like Game of Thrones, Silicon Valley, Boardwalk Empire, and Veep.