Are you confused about which TV streaming service you should opt-in? If yes, then you don’t have to worry because we’ve curated a list of best TV streaming services of 2020. This list contains all the popular TV streaming services out there.

People are shifting from traditional cable TV connections to video streaming services. These TV streaming services are fantastic as it doesn’t require to have a cable cord connected all the time. You just need an internet connection with a digital device, and that’s it. Even most of the services don’t require a TV, and you can stream it on a smartphone or a PC device as well.

However, finding the best TV streaming service is a bit tough task. There are so many, but most of them are just a waste of time. That’s why I tested some of the most popular TV streaming services to find out which one performs the best.

So, here are my picks of the best TV streaming services of 2020

1. Hulu + Live TV

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It is one of my favourite TV streaming service in 2020. If you go for the base plan, you’ll get access to the 60+ channels that offer a mix balance between sports, news, entertainment, and a bunch of local channels. The base plan with Hulu’s on-demand library cost around $54.99/month, but you have to deal with commercials. However, you can entirely remove the ads by additionally paying $6/month that makes this plan charging $60.99/month.

The basic plan comes with 50 hours of DVR Cloud storage, and the maximum you can stream on two devices simultaneously though you can upgrade both of these features by paying some extra bucks. Notwithstanding that Hulu offers plenty of good mix of awesome channels from all genres, it lacks Viacom channels such as MTV, Nickelodeon, and Comedy Central. It’s subjective from person to person but might be a deal-breaker.

For $55-60/month, I don’t think Hulu is a lousy option. Especially if you’re taking advantage of the Hulu’s massive streaming library, but if you’re planning for an upgrade to the features like DVR and unlimited screens, it may increase your bill. It also offers a 7-day trial so that you can check its services before committing to it.

2. YouTube TV

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It is one of the most famous names when it comes to quality TV streaming services. For a price of $49.9/month, you’ll get access to 70+ channels that include top networks like CBS, ESPN, CNN, Fox, NBC, AMC, and many others. Along with that, you’ll get an ad-free experience with YouTube’s robust user-uploaded library. Along with that, you’ll get access to the YouTube RED but not with commercial-free benefits.

The thing about YouTube TV that attracts most of its users is unlimited access to the DVR, which can store recordings for nine months. Which I think is more than enough time for binge-watching. Also, you can stream it on three devices simultaneously. You must need at least 15 MBPS internet speed to stream HD video reliably.

At $50/month, I think YouTube TV is a great contender for the best TV streaming service. Even you’ll get access to the vast library of YouTube’s user uploaded content and YouTube Red. Along with that, you’ll get your hands on plenty of live sports channels, which is a big plus. It also comes with a 7-day trial where you can test its services without spending bucks. Since it is still rolling out its services, there are chances that it might not be available in your location right now.

3. Sling TV

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It is the best option for those who are looking for a budget-friendly TV streaming service. It offers two different packages – Sling Orange and Sling Blue and both cost $25/month each, but if you buy both together, it will cost you just $40 for the month. However, these plans don’t include the DVR feature, but at an extra $5/month, you’ll get unlimited access to this feature.

If you opt for Sling Orange only, you’ll get access to about 30 channels that include ESPN, Disney Channels, and CNN. Similarly, Sling Blue offers 50 channels that are not included in Sling Orange. A combined packed of both plans will give you access to a mix of 75+ channels. Also, the Sling Orange offers a single stream while the Sling Blue offers three streams simultaneously. It means a combination can allow you to stream it on four devices at once.

As a combined plan at $40/month will let you access to 100+ channels. It seems like much suitable for those who mainly want to watch live TV, but no other additional content such as Hulu and YouTube offers. You can give it a try using the 7-day trial to see if it works for you.

4. AT&T Watch TV

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AT&T Watch TV is the cheapest option for live TV streaming. Just in $15 monthly, you’ll get access to 30+ channels that include some popular networks like CNN, History, Animal Planet, TLC, and few others. However, you’ll miss some popular sports and local broadcasting channels. Also, it lacks the DVR feature and can be used as a single stream service only.

If you own the subscription of AT&T unlimited wireless plan, then you can use it for free, without paying a single buck. However, you can get access to the 15000+ on-demand movies and series at just $15/month. If you want a streaming service for occasional use and have tight-budget, AT&T could be a good option. It offers a 7-day trial to test out their services, and you can use it to find out whether it works for you or not.

5. Verdict

These are my pick of best live TV streaming services of 2020 and you can click here if you would like to know more. Some of these offer a great balance between live TV and entertainment content, while some are well-known for their quality TV streaming service only. Now it’s up to you to decide which one fulfills all your requirements.

With this, I am wrapping up the article. If you’ve any doubts or queries, you can shoot them in the comment section below.