I suppose this has been asked plenty of times, but a search of this forum produced nothing.
I'm a caretaker for my elderly mom and (developmentally disabled) sister. I would like to drastically cut back on cable programming. Pretty much everything my mom or I watch we can get from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, or directly from each cable channels web site.
However, 85% of what my sister watches is from the Disney channel. Hulu has nothing, and Netflix only has a few Disney shows, and nothing from current seasons. Amazon has many current shows available for $1.99 each, which would still be a lot cheaper than expanded cable, but no Disney shows.
Are there any reliable sources for shows like Austin and Ally, Shake it up, etc.?
Actually, I guess Amazon does carry most of these shows. At $1.99 per episode, I'm not sure it would be cheaper than extended basic cable. Thats about $52 a season for standard def. I think she watches 5 or 6 shows regularly.