What Add-Ons Does YouTube TV Offer?

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YouTube TV is the total package when it comes to streaming live television. The service is popular among cord cutters because there are no hidden fees, no contracts, and it includes an abundance of on-demand content, an assortment of over 85 live channels, and unlimited DVR with cloud storage to record hit shows, movies, and must-see sports.

One of the service’s most overlooked features is its selection of add-on networks. These networks include something for everyone like the most popular premium networks found on traditional cable, plus plenty of sports channels, so you can watch your favorite teams from various leagues.

Before you sign-up for YouTube TV, check out our breakdown of their add-on networks below.

NBA League Pass

For the 2019-2020 season, NBA League Pass was only $40/mo. or $119.99 annually, and included an ad-free broadcast of every non-national game. The add-on does not offer a free trial, but its value comes from the sheer amount of games, lack of commercials due to the arena’s feed, and the enjoyment of the gameplay being called by their favorite team’s broadcasters.

Add-on Networks with a 7-Day Free Trial

HBO  – $14.99/mo.

Add-on HBO to watch the network’s on-demand content and the HBO channel.

HBO Max – $14.99/mo.

Not only does HBO Max come with access to the HBO channel, and the network’s on-demand content, it also includes all of the exclusive content available in the HBO Max app. With HBO Max, you can stream directly on the network’s YouTube TV Everywhere site for no additional cost.

Sports Plus –  $10.99/mo.

Sports Plus is a must-have for sports fans because of its incomparable value with its inclusion of 7 of the best sports channels. Sports fans can watch games and events on NFL RedZone, Fox Soccer Plus, MAVTV, Stadium, Fox College Sports, TVG, and GOLTV.

Cinemax – $7.99/mo.

This add-on gives you access to the Cinemax live feed and on-demand content.

Hallmark Movies Now – $5.99/mo.

The latest YouTube TV add-on, Hallmark Movies Now offers a grand collection of some of Hallmark’s most beloved movies, original series, and exclusive content from Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, and Hallmark Hall of Fame,

Add-on Networks with a 5-Day Free Trial

Acorn – $6/mo.

For international TV lovers, Acorn is a must-have add-on. The network is North America’s largest and most popular streaming service for British content, but it offers exclusives and shows from other countries too.

AMC Premiere – $5/mo. 

The perfect complimentary subscription to the AMC network, AMC Premiere gives subscribers commercial-free versions of shows, exclusive content, bonus features, behind-the-scenes footage, and sneak peeks to future episodes.

CuriosityStream – $3/mo.

Award-winning documentaries are at your fingertips with this add-on. Explore your curiosity with engaging content exploring nature, science, human interest, space, history, technology, health, and much more.

EPIX – $6/mo.

Another premium movie channel that goes far and beyond, EPIX offers older classics, contemporary hits, original series, and hilarious comedy specials.

Showtime – $11/mo.

Watch live sports, original series, movies, documentaries, and more from one of the most popular premium channels in the world.

Shudder – $6/mo.

Horror lovers can rejoice, as Shudder offers horrors, thrillers, and suspense completely ad-free. From original programming to modern releases, and spooky classics, Shudder has something for all horror fans.

STARZ – $9/mo.

Another popular premium network, this add-on lets you watch all an assortment of stars in first-run shows and theatrical releases.

Sundance Now – $7/mo.

Bring the Sundance Film Festival to you, as the add-on is home is a cinephile’s dream with some of the best independent films, documentaries, and world films.

Urban Movie Channel – $5/mo.

UMC is the best add-on for watching Black shows and movies on demand due to its extensive library.

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