Here's what we know now The big chart: Top channels compared updated September 1, The main difference between each service is their channel lineups.
All of them offer different slates of channels for various prices. Most don't have as many channels as traditional cable or satellite TV packages.
On the other hand, maybe they have enough for you -- especially if you're saving a bunch of money every month by not paying the cable company for channels you don't watch.
Below you'll find a chart that shows the top channels across all eight services. And if you're wondering, I chose which "top" channels made the cut.
That price is listed next to the service's name.
In some cities, some services only offer video-on-demand shows from the networks, not the live local channel itself. PBS isn't yet available on any service but it's definitely a top channel, so it gets a row.
The chart columns are arranged in order of price, so if you can't see everything you want, try scrolling right.
Philo vs. Sling TV vs. Hulu vs. PS Vue vs. YouTube TV vs. Fubo: Top channels compared Channel.