Cord-cutting has become more popular; TV services have hit back by bringing their renowned cable channels to the internet. That means you no longer need expensive cable TV or satellite service to watch sports, local news, and your favorite shows.

With all this, competition has become even tougher between sling TV, YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, etc. Each service has its perquisite and caveat, and their channel lineups are consistently in flux.

We have created this guide to make your decision easier. The following article compares the features of all the current TV streaming bundles.

YOUTUBE TV

YouTube may not address every cord – cutter’s needs, but paying some fair amount of bucks, we think it is the best choice to get local stations, national sports, live news, and a wide selection of entertainment channels. It also comprises a cloud DVR service that can record and an unlimited number of programs for up to nine months. If you are planning to replace cable TV with something economical, this can be a better choice.

HULU + LIVE TV

Hulu Tv comprises of an extensive catalog of network shows, originals such as The Handmaid’s Tale and Castle Rock. Hulu’s interface can be full of activity. Still, it makes sure to tie everything together to promote discovery, and the service is extendable with more DVR storage and extra simultaneous streams.

BEST FAMILY – ORIENTED STREAMING SERVICES

DISNEY+

Disney shows can never quench the thirst of Disney lovers. And if you are a Star Wars saga fan, you might be interested in checking out Disney’s new service to watch The Mandalorian; not only that, there is also some great content available that needs to be added to your watch list.

OTHER OPTIONS TO CONSIDER

SLING TV

Sling Tv is a fascinating option if you use an antenna to get channels because it doesn’t take in much local coverage on its own. Its price starts from $30 per month, and it is a lot lower than other bundles.