I been thinking of joining the cord cutting revolution for years, but unfortunately there hasn't been much companies and tv channel offers. But within the past year, there are now quite a few companies offering some great deals. So I been doing my research for the past couple of months and couple days ago, I officially drop satellite and I'm officially a cord cutter. I watch quite a few tv shows, but I only watch about a dozen tv networks which are; ABC, AMC, CBS, CW, Discovery, Food Network, Fox, FX, FXX, NBC, SyFy, TBS, TNT, Travel Channel, Tru TV and USA. The main companies that off internet tv are DirecTV Now, Playstation Vue, Sling and YouTube TV and coming soon Hulu TV. Sling and YouTube offers the worst lineup and DirecTV, Playstation has the best channel offers. I haven't tried Playstation free trial yet and they offer a tv package for $30 and I'm currently on DirecTV Now free trail and it alright, they supplely say they off live local feeds and I only get Fox. I have to get onto NBC and ABC on demand to watch there shows. DirecTV package stars at $35 and if you are a AT&T customer, they offer HBO free with there unlimited data plan. I get a temporary credit of $25 bucks being a Now customer, I don't know how long that deal real last. So I'm only paying $10 dollars a month, so that why I choose DirecTV Now. Plus I'm binge watching Game of Thrones during the free trail, when I'm done. I'll possibly cancel DirecTV and try out Vue later this month.