Philo: A Better Alternative To Cable Television

USA Today Names Philo The Fastest Growing Live TV Streaming Service Available

Let’s face it, most people can agree cable television isn’t as appealing as it used to be. Aside from the ridiculous prices, there’s hardly ever anything good on to watch. If your lucky you might catch a couple of episodes of your favorite show but nine times out of ten you have more options using a live TV streaming service like Philo to watch what you want on demand. Not only do you save money, but you actually get to watch shows you want when you want so it’s a win, win.

Of course, every live TV streaming service has its pros and cons separating it from the competition but it’s up to you to decide what you prefer best. While there are many streaming services available, we will highlight what USA Today calls the fastest growing live TV streaming service available.

Philo is a live TV streaming service with a price of $20 a month for 61 channels. It is their only package available but you do have the option of adding on their premium channels STARZ and EPIX. Philo conveniently provides a collection of many popular television channels. In this $20 monthly package, you can expect to see channels such as BET, Discovery, Hallmark, TV One, Paramount, MTV, VH1, OWN, Nickelodeon, TLC, AMC, Food Network, Lifetime, and more.

In addition, Philo also allows the opportunity to watch shows on-demand, and as mentioned above the opportunity to add premium channels to the package such as STARZ and EPIX. Another great feature offered by Philo is the chrome cast compatibility, as well as being able to access Philo on the IPad, IOS systems, the Fire Stick, or Roku.
Since its common for most people to prefer to try something new out before they buy it, Philo is offering a free 7-day trial for all new users which will automatically include their premium add-on channels STARZ and EPIX. People who are interested in signing up can do so using their debit or credit card at
Popular shows airing this August on Philo:
  • Shark Week is here on Discovery Channel! The 2020 edition of Shark Week began last night Sunday, Aug. 9 with Air Jaws: Ultimate Breach Off. Shark Week will continue all week, with at least three specials airing each night. The weeklong event concludes on Sunday, Aug. 16 with a two-hour episode of Naked and Afraid of Sharks at 8 pm.
  • Sunday, Aug. 16 at 10 pm Darcey and Stacey Premiere (TLC)
  • Friday, Aug. 21 at 8 pm RuPaul’s Drag Race: Vegas Revue (Vh1)
  • Sunday, Aug. 23 at 6 PM  EST/PST The Stellar Awards (BET)
  • Sunday, Aug. 23 at 9 pm Yellowstone Season 3 Finale (Paramount, CMT)
  • Sunday, Aug. 30 at 8 pm MTV Video Music Awards 2020 (MTV
Popular shows airing on Philo Premium Add On Channels:
  • Britannia (EPIX)
  • P. Valley (STARZ)
  • Emmy-nominated Docuseries, Laurel Canyon (EPIX)on demand
  • Power (STARZ)
  • Power Book: II Ghost (STARZ) premieres Sept. 6, 2020

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