The best TV is streaming TV.

More choices. More flexibility. More options to fit your budget.

It’s your TV—over your internet. Switch from traditional cable TV and keep watching your favorite shows, sports, live TV, and more.

There are so many reasons to stream.

You’ll get the best available technology.

The internet was built for things cable simply wasn’t, like watching in 4K Ultra HD and having practically endless DVR space. Plus, you can forget the clunky cable box and complicated wiring.

You’ll be able to save money.

There are streaming services that can replace cable TV, and they typically cost less than your traditional cable TV package. They also don’t come with any of the often-hidden broadcast, sports, and equipment fees.

You’ll have the freedom.

To watch what you love, and you can switch up your subscriptions whenever you change your mind.

It’s so easy to get started.

How to get started

Start with fast, reliable internet.

(You’ve already got that part down with Google Fiber.)

Connect your TV to the internet.

You can do this with a smart TV or with a streaming device. You can also watch on your computer, tablet, or mobile phone. Learn more about devices.

Watch what you love.

One of the best parts of streaming is that there’s so much to watch—including live TV. Not sure where to start? We’ll help you out.

Watch to learn more.

It’s your TV. You should watch what you love.

For cable switchers

Switching from cable for the first time? We recommend watching TV with a cable alternative, such as YouTube TV, fuboTV, or Philo. These services come with everything cable has to offer—and more, including lots of channels, live TV, TV guides, and even cloud DVR.

For sports fans

Sports services, like ESPN+, B/R Live, or MLB.TV, let fans watch their favorite teams in action, extra games, and coverage. Fans can also watch sports and games that don’t always get great coverage on mainstream TV.

For binge watchers

On-demand services with large libraries of content, like Netflix, Disney+, and Amazon Prime Video, come with exclusive shows, movies, and older classics—many don’t even have commercials.

For the kids

Keep kids entertained 24/7 with Saturday morning cartoons, animated throwbacks, and their latest favorites with services like Boomerang, Disney+, and Noggin.

For super savers

Lots of people watch TV for free over ad-support services like Pluto TV, Stirr, tubi, and Shout Factory TV. And while it’s not exactly streaming, many people use an HD antenna or livestreams on the web to get their local broadcast stations for free over-the-air, live, and in HD.

For superfans

Some people live for history shows on History Vault. Some want to watch British classics on BritBox. Others love watching indie films on Sundance Now. No matter if it’s a genre, an area of the world you want shows from, or a series you can’t get enough of, there’s probably a way to stream it.

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FAQs

What exactly is streaming TV?

Streaming TV is when whatever you’re watching is delivered through the internet as opposed to traditional cable or satellite. If you’re already watching shows on Netflix or Amazon Prime Video, you’re already streaming TV! What you might not be streaming is live TV, which is now easily available to watch over the internet.

What’s so great about streaming with Google Fiber?

While slower internet connections can support limited video streaming, gigabit internet gives you an even better streaming experience. When you watch TV with your Google Fiber gigabit internet connection, you can watch in 4K Ultra HD without buffering or interruptions. You’ll also be able to watch on multiple screens throughout your house at the same time without compromising your viewing experience.

With all the bandwidth you get with gigabit internet, everyone can watch on multiple devices at the same time. You won’t ever have to miss the finale of your favorite series because it’s on at the same time as the big game—or vice versa. In fact, your streaming won’t be interrupted while someone else is video conferencing or doing something else online.

And since we don’t have data caps or throttle, you don’t have to worry about forced slowdowns or extra charges for watching all the TV you love.

We also don’t play favorites. Whether it’s a Google Fiber partner or a streaming service that only you and 300 other fans watch, we never slow down or limit anything you want to watch. It’s your internet and you’re in charge of it.

If I cut the cord completely, will I still be able to watch live TV?

Yes! There are several ways to watch live TV without cable, including watching with a cable alternative like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, or Sling TV, watching on broadcast networks’ websites, or watching over the air with a digital antenna. (That one’s not streaming, but it is a low-cost way to catch your favorite live programming.)

Will it be hard to find the shows I want to watch?

It is different in some ways. However, cable alternative services can have the traditional channel guides and search you may be used to from cable. On-demand services don’t have the same guides because they don’t offer live TV, but they have search functions. Simply type in what you’re looking to watch. Many streaming devices support voice search, too. Some streaming services will even recommend shows that you might enjoy based off of the shows you’ve previously watched.

What happens to my remote?

A remote will come with your smart TV or your streaming device that will let you move around and select what you want to watch in your streaming service app. Many devices integrate with voice assistants, too, so you can use your voice to change the channel, turn up the volume, or turn your TV on and off.

Always losing your remote in the couch cushions? Many devices and services have apps that let you use your mobile phone as a remote.

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