Earlier today, fuboTV removed six A&E channels from its channel lineup – A&E, FYI, History, Lifetime, Lifetime Movie Network, and Vice. If you’re looking for a live TV streaming service offering A&E channels, we have five options for you, below.
Philo is the most affordable option for streaming all of the A&E channels. For just $25/month, you’ll get the A&E channels, along with other favorite lifestyle channels including Food Network, DIY, and Cooking Channel, with 60+ channels in total. Philo keeps prices low by skipping locals and sports, so if those are an important part of your fuboTV subscription, this probably isn’t the best option for you.
Hulu carries all six of the A&E channels on its live TV lineup. For $65/month, you’ll get over 75 channels for home and lifestyle, entertainment, news, sports, and more. You’ll also get access to Hulu’s lineup of original shows and movies including False Positive, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Little Fires Everywhere.
Vidgo has 95+ channels on its lineup for $55/month – and right now you can sign up for just $10 for your first month. Vidgo’s lineup has the A&E channels along with news, sports, and entertainment channels including NFL Network, Disney channels, and Hallmark channels. Locals are limited, with subscribers getting ABC and FOX.
Subscribing to either Sling Orange or Sling Blue for $35/month (just $10 for your first month) will get you A&E, History, Lifetime, and Vice. You’ll need the Lifestyle Extra add-on for an additional $6/month to add Lifetime Movie Network and FYI to that list.
Like Sling, AT&T TV offers A&E, History, Lifetime, and Vice in its base package for $69.99/month but you’ll need to upgrade to the Ultimate package for $94.99/month to get Lifetime Movie Network and FYI. However, with AT&T TV, you’ll also get more sports channels which fuboTV subscribers may be looking for when considering switching services.