Originally Posted by sigma722
Not that it matters, but it's $15/month, and has some of the best shows of the past few decades. So at least if it's "just a few shows", they are top tier. There are also a decent selection of movies as well. In addition, you can stop anytime, so what I'm trying to say is GoT is worth it for a few months.
I really need to sit down and figure out what my wife and I want to watch. We pay $170 for Google Fiber and about $95 of that is TV. We also have Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Hulu. Thinking about dropping Hulu. We don't watch much on it now. Only got it to finish some shows we lost when our Network box/DVR went out a few months ago. My mostly only watches things on Netflix and its is going up to $12.99.
We basically watch a lot of shows on the main four together. I like DIY shows, Motor Trend TV and Sports. The wife likes Hallmark, Lifetime and other channels that have the love story's she likes. We like a DVR, because it is easy to find what we want to watch and the wife doesn't have to go looking for what she wants to watch. If I could drop the TV part of GF that would save us a lot, but we would have to get CBS All Access and something else to be able to watch network shows when we want.
I just haven't figured out this cutting the cord thing yet. Wish you could set up you own programming and not get all the other crap with it.
I just added up what we would spend a year with HBO and it would be around $1700 to 1800 a year. A good chunk of that is GF. Any suggestions on cutting the cord?
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