Cord-Cutting Isn’t a Fad
It’s a lifestyle. Trust our reviews and buying guides to show you the best path to speedy internet, most secure experience, and unlimited entertainment. Whether you’re looking for an ultra-affordable setup or a bigger-than-cable entertainment bonanza, we have the advice you need to read before you subscribe to or buy anything. It’s time to free your TV, your devices, and your life.
New on CordCutting.com
Check out some of the latest news, guides, and articles about cord-cutting we have to offer in this section. Whether you're looking for something to stream, recent cord-cutting events, or insights into cord-cutting, we have it all here.
13 of the Goriest Superhero Movies and TV Shows, Ranked by Bloodshed
We break down how much blood was spilled and how many total deaths there were in these rated R superhero movies and shows.
7 Fantasy Worlds Ranked by How Long I'd Survive in Them
Imagine living in a fantasy world from your favorite TV show or movie. Do you think you could survive long?
What to Stream
Looking for what to stream and how to watch your favorite shows, sports, and live TV specials? We have everything you need when you're looking for the right stream.
Featured Reviews and Pricing Guides
From the ISP that gets you connected to the streaming service that delivers your favorite channels, we've done the legwork to help you choose wisely.
T-Mobile 5G Home Internet is the ultimate cord-cutting option. It costs just $50 per month with no contract.
You can't stream without internet. AT&T Internet's highest speeds are strong streaming options — as long as they're available to you.
Disney's on-demand streaming service includes movies and shows from top properties like Star Wars and the MCU.
The skinniest of the "skinny bundles" offers the lowest prices in live TV streaming. The free trial offer makes this deal even sweeter.
ESPN Plus offers live sports and on-demand documentaries. It won't replace live TV on its own, but it's a must-have for sports fans.
Popular Buying Guides
There's a lot of tech out there. Let us help you figure out what to buy for your home entertainment setup. Our buying guides break down all of your best options and make it easier to see which products actually suit your needs — and which ones don't.
To watch those streaming services on your biggest TV, you'll need a streaming device.
We'll explain how fast your internet needs to be for various common online activities.
Research and Analysis
The CordCutting.com Research team explores streaming media in America and beyond by examining consumer behavior, tendencies, and trends in streaming media consumption. Through polling and research, we gain in-depth insights into the streaming space, which also informs our reviews and comparisons of every major streaming TV service, platform, and device.
Paying for Channels You Don't Watch
People are spending more than ever for channels they don't even watch. This study dives into just how much they are paying.
Streaming Subscription Mooching in 2022
Password sharing or streaming subscription mooching is on the rise. This research article explores that trend.
Employees and Streaming During Work
Streaming during work is becoming a norm for more than half of all employees. Does this trend include you?
VPN Usage and Watching Restricted Netflix
People are using VPNs to get around Netflix's location-restricted content. In fact, up to 51% of users worldwide engage in this practice.
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Cord-cutting can be as simple or as complex as you want it to be. From simple explainers to high-tech DIY projects, our how-to pages will help you customize and fine-tune the cord-cutting entertainment setup of your dreams. Oh, and we can help you find your favorite channels, too.
How to Extend Your Home Wi-Fi Network
We're here to talk about how to extend the range of Wi-Fi networks to ensure you have internet access throughout your home.
How to Watch TV Without Internet or Cable
TV antennas are still a thing. In fact, they’re better than ever. Modern indoor antennas offer HD channels for free.