So I haven't had cable / satellite / any TV in over a year, here is how I cope! I have a Wii with Netflix on it. Fairly straightforward setup. I use an unblock service to be able to watch US / UK / CA netflix, so this gives me a wide variety of TV shows and movies to watch. On my second TV I have a more complicated setup. I have an XBOX with Netflix (US/UK/CA...) and Crackle. Crackle is free I have a Raspberry Pi computer, set up to run XBMC, which is a media player type setup. On that I have Hulu where I can watch everything available on Hulu Free. I have USTV Now on it for live TV streaming of CW, ABC, NBC etc etc. I then have a 1channel app, icefilms app, bbc Iplayer, 4od...etc basically 20 other TV apps I have never used because everything else works. The games consoles were my boyfriends so my total cost of setup was: $35 Raspberry Pi + $15 in accessories. $7 per month for Netflix + $4 per month for unblock! Waaaaay cheaper than my cable setup. So, what are you guys doing to pay less for TV?