Cable Alternatives

Cable alternatives – as we all know cable costs keep rising here are some alternative to Comcast Cable – Cable Alternatives 8-18


Hulu –   Hulu is one of the best sources on the Web for full episodes of TV shows. They also offer a wide selection of free movies, documentaries, and animated specials. Usually, Hulu posts an episode within 24 hours of airtime, which makes it a very convenient way to keep up with your favorite television shows without being tied to the TV. Plans start as low at $7.99

You YouTube, one of the oldest and most popular video sharing and upload sites on the Web today, is a great way to catch up on TV that you might’ve missed or find obscure clips and outtakes from your favorites. You can also find fan-made video montages of great moments from various programs throughout TV history. Free

If you like YouTube, check out YouTube TV. It’s a separate, paid service you can subscribe to. $40 per month

360 Daily  360Daily is a video search engine that offers literally millions of hours of available video content online to watch for free. World news, entertainment, sports, it’s all here. You can even create your own TV channel with a personalized mix of content, choosing whatever you want to watch (via a simple keyword search) on a daily basis. Watch Netflix movies & TV shows online or stream right to your smart TV, game console, PC, Mac, mobile, tablet and more. Fees start as low as $9’99

Sidereel  You can find all of your favorite content on Sidereel, including the most popular and current programs, upcoming exclusive sneak peeks of premieres, Web-specific broadcasts, and the latest episodes. You can also make a personalized calendar of all your favorites on Sidereel so you’ll never miss an episode again.

Amazon prime if you have an Amazon prime Account

Sling TV $25 per month


Roku  – requires a Roku “stick” connected to your TV prices range from $29 $99 are a Smart TV – There are no monthly fees for watching free channels or for using a Roku device. You only have to pay for subscription channels like Netflix, cable-replacement services like Sling TV, or movie and TV show rentals from services like FandangoNOW.

Apple TV