Originally Posted by dsc123
I'm new to cord cutting. I got a mohu leaf last weekend and it works surprisingly well. With that and a "borrowed" cable login (gets me into fx, amc, hbogo, and whatever else I have yet to discover), netflix, hulu plus and a chromecast, I'm not missing a whole lot. I was worried about live sports, but most events are carried over the air on the networks. $16/mo when Verizon wanted me to pay $100 to add their most basic level of cable service.
hulu plus has a lot of commercials though. I may cancel it.
Yeah, the only channel I can't stream so far with my parents' account is FX. It's crazy how many providers are on that dropdown list.
I keep Hulu+ because Charlie Rose and the artsy-fartsy art house movie Criterion Collection. No commercials are played during the above.
There's a decent selection of sports you can stream with a cable account as well.
I have a computer attached to the antenna so I have a DVR for OTA. That's how I get the slow motion swing clips into the tournament threads quickly.
Appointment tv has gone by the wayside for me. Only major sports events and Game of Thrones merit real time watching.