Category: Versus Reviews
Hulu + Live TV speaks to all the strengths of streaming: a full on-demand library, the most popular shows for cheap, and plenty of space to record your favorite live shows. Meanwhile, DIRECTV NOW has made backward changes that draw too much on its satellite TV origins—complete with bloated packages and pricey add-ons.Read more
Optimum’s big advantage is the available international programming—you won’t find a better selection anywhere else. AT&T sits in the top five providers in our customer satisfaction survey and enjoys a good reputation for customer service overall. AT&T also brings the reliability and speed of fiber internet to the table.Read more
Aside from their delivery methods, AT&T TV and DIRECTV are quite similar—right down to the package names, two-year contracts, and ownership (that would be AT&T). AT&T TV is streamed over the internet, and DIRECTV is beamed via satellite in the sky.Read more
Whether you’re stalking your next serial killer show (Dexter) or needing a dark comedy (Black Monday) to keep you laughing through quarantine, the premium channel SHOWTIME is a solid streaming option. We’ll help you find the cheapest, easiest, and best ways to stream SHOWTIME with or without cable. Come on, you know your Dark Passenger craves it.Read more
HBO invented the term “premium cable,” and it doesn’t just live on cable (or satellite) TV anymore. HBO NOW has been available as a standalone streaming service for years, and those who prefer their traditional cable/satellite service have a convenient away-from-home mobile option in HBO GO. In 2020, there’s HBO Max.Read more
TV used to be as simple as switching on a box and drooling. Now we have cable, satellite, two types of streaming services, and even indoor TV antennas.
In our comprehensive guide we explore each service head-to-head so you can get the right TV provider for you.
DISH and DIRECTV square off in this match up of titans. Get the pros and cons of TV service from DISH vs DIRECTV in an unbiased comparison from CableTV.com.Read more
How do you choose between Sling TV’s same-priced, color-coded livestreaming plans? It depends on what you’re looking for: Blue gives you more channels and streams, but Orange carries a handful of gotta-have networks like ESPN and Disney. And neither is great for local programming, FYI.Read more