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Tyson TV

Quick Look: Tyson TV is a live TV streaming service that offers virtually every cable network in the U.S., including premium networks such as Cinemax, HBO, and Starz, and a wide range of sports networks. The app, which is also available for Android and iOS devices, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV, provides over 2,000 live steams.

If you have already tried Whitaker TV Go on Roku, you'll recognize Tyson TV as being the same service but from a different reseller. The primary drawback to both services is the lack of a programming grid and the rudimentary user interface with no information regarding current or upcoming shows. All channels are listed in a column on the left side of the screen with a preview shown on the right side of the screen. The right arrow on your remote will let you narrow your choices by selecting any of the following categories (available categories will vary based on the service plan you choose): Entertainment, Sports, Movies, News, Local Networks, Documentaries, Kids, Religious, Music, Canada, Spanish, Latino, NFL Games, NHL Games, 24/7 TV Shows, PPV Games, MLB Games, NBA, Adults, ESPN Plus.

Tyson TV advertises a large number of channels, but a great many of these are dedicated to a single show, and in many cases, there is one stream per season. A large of channels are music streams, regional sports networks, and multiple sports channels that are active only during a live game.

Most users will have no problem finding their favorite entertainment channels. In addition to cable networks like DIY, Tyson TV carries OTA channels like MeTV and Antennae. News junkies will appreciate the availability of CNN, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, One America News Network, and other news networks, while sports fans have access to Sky Sports, Bein Sports, Big Ten Network, ESPN, Fox RSNs, NBC Sports, NFL Redzone, NHL Network, SEC Network, MLB Network, NBA TV, and many other sports channels.

Also available are premium services such as Cinemax , Epix, Hallmark, HBO, Lifetime Movies, Showtime, Sony Movie Channel, and Starz. Perhaps what is most remarkable, however, is the availability of live feeds from ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC affiliates from across the US, not from just a handful of markets like you'll find on other live TV streaming services.

Tyson TV offers a 24-hour free trial that includes all USA, Canadian, Latino, Spanish, Sports, and PPV content, including 2000+ live streams and the ability to stream on up to three devices at one time. A full list of channels can be found on the Whitaker TV website. (CAUTION: Be careful when selecting the "with adults" or "without adults" option. "With adults" includes several channels of explicit sexual content intended only for viewers aged 18 and older.)

-- Information is current as of September 4, 2020

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FEES: Plans start at $29.99 monthly, other packages and a 24-hour free trial available here.