Philo Is the Affordable Streaming Service You Didn't Know You Wanted

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There certainly isn't a lack of streaming platforms to choose from these days, but when it comes to affordability, there's one you may not know about.

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Philo is an entertainment-focused streaming TV service that offers live TV from networks that other services like Hulu with Live TV and AT&T Now don't offer. With Philo, you can watch 60 channels, including AMC, MTV, Comedy Central, Food Network, Nickelodeon, Animal Planet, Hallmark Channel, Lifetime, TLC, and so many more for just $20 a month. Philo also offers two add-ons: STARZ and EPIX.

You can find something to watch via the guide; search for a specific show; or browse through categories including Kids, Comfort Food, Reality Roundup, Nature & Science, True Crime, and Top Movies.

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To keep the cost low, Philo doesn't offer sports. For that, you'll have to go elsewhere. But if live TV, unlimited DVR, and on-demand programming from top networks are your thing, Philo might be what you've been missing.

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Here's the channel lineup:

A&E

AMC

American Heroes Channel

Animal Planet

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AXS TV

BBC America

BBC World News

BET

BET Her

Cheddar

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Cleo TV

CMT

Comedy Central

Cooking Channel

Destination America

Discovery Channel

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Discovery Family

Discovery Life

DIY Network

Food Network

FYI

Game Show Network

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getTV

Great American Country

Hallmark Channel

Hallmark Drama

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

HGTV

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History Channel

IFC

INSP

Investigation Discovery

Law&Crime

Lifetime

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Lifetime Movies

Logo

MotorTrend

MTV

MTV Classic

MTV2

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MTV Live

Nick Jr.

Nickelodeon

Nicktoons

OWN

Paramount Network

PeopleTV

REVOLT

Science Channel

Sundance TV

Tastemade

TeenNick

TLC

Travel Channel

TV Land

UPtv

VH1

Vice

WE tv

Philo is available on web browsers, iOS, iPad, FireTV, Roku, with more to come. Click here to sign up.

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