After announcing at the beginning of the year that YouTube TV was going nationwide, Google followed through with that promise last night. YouTube TV announced that it is now available in every television market in the US.
That’s a big deal for those who want to cut the cable cord, only pay $40/mo for TV, have DVR for free, and be able to access their channel line-up from just about any device they own.
With YouTube TV, you have 74 or so channels, access to premium networks like Starz, Showtime, and NBA League pass for an additional cost, and a really slick app. You can Cast YouTube, but you also have dedicated apps on platforms like Android TV and Apple TV.
Do know that YouTube TV is still missing a batch of networks you might care deeply about. Like Food, HGTV, or Travel Channel? Not included. Like MTV, Comedy Central, and the other Viacom channels? Not included either. Somehow, I’ve managed to live without those since the launch of YouTube TV, but I totally get it if you can’t.
To sign-up, hit that link below and plugin your zip code to see which networks are available in your area.