By now, you all know that I'm a huge fan of "cutting the cord" on cable to save money on monthly bills. Cable companies are annoying to deal with and can charge you over $100 a month for packages that include a bunch of channels you don't even want.
That's why streaming media players and other cord-cutting services are so great. You can find most of the shows you want to watch for a fraction of the price of cable. Personally, I love Apple TV. I use it with my Netflix account to send movies and shows right to my TV. If I can't find a show on Netflix, I can probably purchase episodes through iTunes for only a few dollars per episode.
But, I know that some of you are still wary about getting rid of cable altogether, because you don't want to take any chances of missing your favorite shows. Streaming services are adding more and more shows to their catalogs every day, but that's still not a guarantee that you'll be able to find everything you're looking for.
Well, I have some great news that should ease your fears. There's a new streaming service coming to the market, and it just signed a deal to bring a bunch of your favorite channels to cord-cutters everywhere.