Edit: Looks like its not worth it yet, a lot of channels are missing. Obviously is something new.YouTube TV launches Wednesday, offering a "skinny bundle" of about 50 live TV networks online for $35 a month, starting in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and the San Francisco. The service includes a 30-day free trial, and the company will throw in a free Google Chromecast streaming device, worth $35, after your first payment (i.e. after the second month). https://www.cnet.com/uk/news/yout...llennials/
SIGN UP link https://tv.youtube.com/welcome/
At launch, you'll use either the new YouTube TV app (for iOS or Android) or the web-based interface to access the new service. Ironically, the only way to get YouTube TV onto an actual TV set is with a Chromecast -- there aren't apps for the Apple TV or other set-top boxes or consoles yet. Google says they'll come, but for now the website and app will be the primary way to interact with YouTube TV.
Youtube TV's DVR function offers an unlimited amount of cloud storage and will save recordings for nine months at a time.