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Ok, here's the deal, I like TV. For the most part, I'm a homebody and I love to just be able to sit and chill after the kids go to bed or on Sunday afternoons. Bonus if there's wine. Duh.

A few years ago, I got the bill for our satellite tv service and when I was writing the check for it I realized that I couldn't remember the last time we actually watched it. Mind you, the bill was over $100 maybe closer to $150 and it was right about then that I decided to dump satellite.  At the time we had Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. I then ordered a digital antenna from Amazon like this. With the antenna, we get about 17 channels on a good day for "local" tv (ABC, CBS, PBS, PBS kids, NBC etc.) The best ones for us are Ion (crime type shows Blue Bloods, etc all the time and PBS kids, which is tits if the internet is out because my kids love the shows on there.)

Fast forward to now and this what we pay for and use:

Netflix $19 a month (we have the biggest plan for them, because we have it on a TV at the ranch, plus our house and the iPad to download for traveling. The most basic plan with them is around $7 a month.)

Disney+, ESPN and Hulu... are INCLUDED if you have a Verizon Unlimited plan. Ya, I just said that. You log in to your Verizon account, click Services & Perks and under Apps and Add-ons you just follow the prompts and that's all. Boom! Worth $13.99 I think.

We live in the ghetto...just kidding, kinda. So I pay for Amazon Prime which means we get their streaming service on the TV's in our house and iPad. I don't really count this as paying for any kind of streaming device because I use it primarily for shipping 7 million things to our house, but we do watch tv on here a lot.

Lastly, we just recently added AppleTV to the mix and it is so good! $6.99 a month. WORTH IT!

Ok, so we pay about $27 a month for TV. Less than $30...we have the streaming services on both house TV's, a ranch TV, and my iPad and the local tv channels on our main TV in the living room.  What I want to know is...How much do you pay for TV a month orrrrr what are you watching right now? 

Soooo... need ideas of something new to watch? Here are some suggestions. 


Grace & Frankie
The Crown
The Recruit
Emily in Paris
Designated Survivor
Mile 22
Grey's Anatomy
Gilmore Girls
Firefly Lane
Murder Mystery 1 & 2
Virgin River
Sweet Magnolias

Apple TV:

Ted Lasso
The Last Thing He Told Me

Prime Video:

Creed 1,2,3
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
Jack Ryan
The Terminal List
Shotgun Wedding
Without Remorse
The Widow
Sneaky Pete


Last Man Standing
Home Improvement
Law and Order/SVU
Chicago PD, Med, Fire
Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Private Practice


All the Classic movies
The Marvel Movies
Discovery Documentaries like Inside the Titanic etc
National Geographic Documentary type movies
So many old shows for kids like Kim Possible
Mighty Ducks
That Darn Cat
Indiana Jones series
Star Wars

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  • Corinne

    We have Prime, and our parents get the kids Disney+ as a Christmas gift every year so we have that too. We use to use my parents Netflix, but now that they changed that, we’ll probably add that ourselves. Outerbanks is such a great show too!

  • Tara

    We have the same as you, except no Apple TV, might have to look into it though—didn’t know it was that cheap!!
    I think my favorite show we watch is The Rookie on Hulu!!

  • Erin

    Still have satellite TV but wanting to make the switch….we pay around $100 a month☹️

  • Alicia

    We ditched the dish too! And have never regretted it!

  • Keeley

    hulu: i just started the Kardashians for some background noise and drama!!

    netflix: All American season 4/5 is pretty good!!

    peacock: Chicago med is beyond good and exciting, but also sad!

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