YouTube TV is one of our favorite skinny bundles. It has great features, solid platform support, superior streaming quality, and lots of the best network TV channels. But what channels are on YouTube TV, you ask? Allow us to tell you. This is the YouTube TV channel list you've been looking for. Oh, and while we're here, we'll talk about YouTube TV availability, too!You can scroll right down to the list if you'd like, but since we're bloggers by nature here at Cordcutting.com, we're going to linger here for a moment and wax poetic about what, exactly, YouTube TV brings to the table in terms of channel selection.YouTube TV is a pretty standard skinny bundle, content- and price-wise. We generally see skinny bundles offering around 50 or 60 channels for $40 or so, and that's what we have here: YouTube TV gives you more than 60 networks for a subscription fee of $40 per month (that's after the week-long free trial, of course).YouTube TV arrived on the skinny bundle scene after local feeds of the major network became industry-standard inclusions, and it does not disappoint: you'll find ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC all below. Keep in mind, though, that local coverage of these stations will vary by region. That's the case with all skinny bundles, because there's some weirdness involved with cutting deals with all the local affiliate stations (the major networks don't own all of their local affiliates outright, so there's a good chance that your local Fox news team broadcasts from a station owned by some company other than Fox – despite the deal that keeps Fox branding on the channel). Fortunately, YouTube TV has pretty good geographic coverage here, and you can always find out if you get your local major networks on YouTube TV by just signing up for the risk-free free trial.The major networks aren't the only ones available in select markets only via YouTube TV – the service also boasts a pretty impressive selection of regional sports networks. For instance, your dear blogger is New York-based and can get SNY and YES through YouTube TV, making it easy to watch the wonderful, loveable Mets or the soulless, hateful Yankees online – you know, whatever you're into. No judgement!And then, of course, there are all the great channels that are available everywhere that YouTube TV is: AMC, CNN, ESPN, FS1, TBS, TNT, and many, many more.Rounding out the selection are a few channels available as add-ons: YouTube TV makes a few familiar premium networks and similar channels available on an a la carte basis, but you'll have to subscribe to YouTube TV's base package to add those on. All of this is made clear in our list below.Speaking of the list, it's high time we had a look at it!YouTube TV Channel ListABC AMC BBC America BBC World News Big Ten Network Bravo Cartoon Network/Adult Swim CBS CBS Sports Network Cheddar Cheddar Big News CNBC CNN COMET TV CW Decades Disney Channel Disney Junior Disney XD E! ESPN ESPN2 ESPNEWS ESPNU Fox Fox Business Network Fox News Channel Fox Regional Sports Networks Fox Soccer Plus Fox Sports 1 Fox Sports 2 Freeform FX FX Movie Channel FXX Golf Channel HLN IFC Local Now Los Angels Football Club MLB Network MSNBC MyNetworkTV Nat Geo WILD National Geographic NBA TV NBC NBC Regional Sports Networks NBCSN NECN NESN Regional Newsy Olympic Channel Orlando City SC Oxygen Pop Seattle Sounders SEC Network Showtime Showtime 2 Showtime Beyond Showtime Extreme Showtime Family Showtime Next Showtime Showcase Showtime West Showtime Women Shudder Smithsonian Channel SNY STARZ STARZ Comedy STARZ Edge STARZ ENCORE Action STARZ ENCORE Black STARZ ENCORE Classic STARZ ENCORE STARZ ENCORE West STARZ ENCORE Español STARZ ENCORE Family STARZ ENCORE Suspense STARZ ENCORE West STARZ ENCORE Westerns STARZ in Black STARZ Kids & Family STARZ West SundanceTV Sundance Now Syfy Tastemade TBS TCM Telemundo Tennis Channel TNT TruTV TYT Universal Kids Universo USA Network WE tv YES Network YouTube OriginalsYouTube TV AvailabilityYouTube TV is one of the biggest names on the skinny bundle market right now, so it might surprise you to find out that the service isn't actually available everywhere just yet. YouTube TV is in the midst of a region-by-region rollout: rather than subject its skinny bundle to the stress of a national release, Google has opted to increase YouTube TV's availability little by little, scaling up by adding new markets. There are a few advantages to this approach: for one thing, it means YouTube TV is somewhat more protected from (if not entirely immune to) public embarrassments over traffic-triggered outages, for instance. And the regional rollout gives Google time to negotiate the rights to local channels YouTube TV wants to carry before actually releasing the service in those areas, meaning there's no moment at which such areas see YouTube TV with a weak local channels game.Obviously, however, there is one big disadvantage: you might not be able to get YouTube TV! The only way to find out is to check out the full list of regions currently served by YouTube TV. The good news is that YouTube TV is available in a bunch of our country's biggest TV markets, including New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Here's the complete list of markets:Albany Albuquerque Atlanta Austin Baltimore Baton Rouge Birmingham Boston Buffalo Burlington Cedar Rapids Champaign & Springfield-Decatur Charleston, SC Charleston, WV Charlotte Chattanooga Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Colorado Springs Columbia, SC Columbus Dallas-Fort Worth Dayton (Ohio) Denver Des Moines Detroit El Paso Flint Fresno-Visalia Ft. Myers-Naples Ft. Smith-Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers (Arkansas) Grand Rapids Green Bay Greenville (North Carolina) Greenville (South Carolina) Greensboro Harlingen-Wslco-Brnsvl-McA Harrisburg Hartford Honolulu Houston Huntsville-Decatur (Alabama) Indianapolis Jackson (Mississippi) Jacksonville Kansas City Knoxville Las Vegas Lexington Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Madison Memphis Miami-Fort Lauderdale Milwaukee Minneapolis-Saint Paul Mobile-Pensacola (Ft Walt) Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne Paducah-Cape Girardeau-Harrisburg Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland Portland-Auburn (Maine) Providence Raleigh Richmond-Petersburg Roanoke-Lynchburg (Virginia) Rochester (New York) Sacramento Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco Bay Area Savannah Seattle Shreveport South Bend-Elkhart (Indiana) Spokane Springfield (Missouri) St. Louis Syracuse Tampa Toledo Tucson Tulsa Waco Washington DC West Palm Beach Wichita Wilkes Barre-Scranton-HztnMore to Know About YouTube TVPriceThat YouTube TV channel list is pretty impressive – but, then again, a Comcast channel list would look pretty good, too! The key here, of course, is the price. If YouTube TV can't make live streaming TV affordable, then there's no reason to choose it over cable.Happily, YouTube TV is quite affordable. Like many of its skinny bundle peers, it prices its services at right around $40 per month. In fact, in the case of YouTube TV, you're looking at exactly $40 per month. What a nice round figure – and a low one, too.Platform SupportYouTube TV has very solid platform support, though it is missing one platform that we really wish it had. Despite the fact that YouTube TV has still not formally rolled out nationwide, the service boasts great apps on a wide range of devices, including Roku streaming devices and TVs. Here's the complete list:RokuApple TVChromecastAndroid TVSelect smart TVsAndroidiOSChrome in-browser appIt's easy to see, though, which platform is missing. Fire TV is nowhere to be found on that list, which – unfortunately – isn't a huge surprise. Google owns YouTube TV, Amazon owns Fire TV, and Google and Amazon love nothing more than getting in dumb spats over their respective monopolistic ambitions. It wasn't so long ago that the app for regular old YouTube was unavailable on Fire TV (that silly episode was part of a larger spat over Amazon not selling Chromecast devices on Amazon.com), so it's more disappointing than surprising to find out that there's still no YouTube TV app for Fire TV. Hopefully, we'll see this change in the near future; in the meantime, at least YouTube TV has great apps for all of the other major streaming platforms, including the sometimes-neglected (and, not coincidentally, Google-backed) Android TV streaming platform.Is YouTube TV Right for You?You're now armed with a YouTube TV channel list and a whole lot of other information about YouTube TV. But the question remains: should you sign up for this thing, or what?Well, first of all, you'll need to find out if you're able to. As of this writing, YouTube TV is in the midst of a prolonged region-by-region geographic rollout. It's been doing this for some time, and things are pretty far long, so there's a great chance that YouTube TV is available in your region – but it's not a sure thing. You can check by heading to YouTube TV's website.If YouTube TV is available in your region, it's definitely a service that you should consider. But getting into everything we liked about YouTube TV (as well as the things we didn't) is a bit outside of the scope of this post. Fortunately, we already wrote up everything you need to know about YouTube TV's worthiness in our YouTube TV review. Check it out before you make your decision!YouTube TV ReviewWhatever you decide, be sure to check back in with us for more information about YouTube TV and other great skinny bundles. You'll find the latest news, explainers, and tips on our site and on our social media channels.