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YouTube TV Channel List in 2024

By Staff, Deja Harris• Edited by Lisa Holden • Updated Dec 04, 2023

YouTube TV provides live TV and on-demand content from more than 85 different TV networks. In 2021, YouTube TV became the live TV streaming service with the most subscribers. There’s no doubt that YouTube is quickly becoming a hugely popular streaming service all over the US.

But what channels can you watch on YouTube TV? How much does YouTube TV cost? And what devices can you watch YouTube TV on? We'll answer all of these questions and more in our in-depth guide to YouTube TV channels.

How much does YouTube TV cost?

Let's begin by looking at how much you need to pay to access YouTube TV and enjoy its many channels and programs. Unlike other streaming services, which sometimes have multiple plans to choose from, YouTube TV offers just one simple plan.

In other words, whether you like sports, news, dramas, reality TV, or historical documentaries, you can find it all on YouTube TV. There are channels to suit all tastes and ages, from sporting fans who want to keep up with the latest action from the big leagues to nature lovers looking for animal documentaries.

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What types of channels are on YouTube TV?

So, what kinds of channels can you enjoy on YouTube TV? Well, the service offers subscribers access to dozens of different channels. You'll be able to watch news content, sports, shows, kids’ TV, films, and more.

What are some highlights from the YouTube TV full channels list?

  • News from networks like ABC News, BBC World News, CNN, Fox News Channel and NBC News Now
  • Children's programming on channels like Cartoon Network, Nick Jr., Nicktoons, and PBS Kids
  • Sporting content on Big Ten Network, CBS Sports, ESPN, ESPN2, and NBC Sports Network
  • Original series and programming in various genres on channels like ABC, BBC America, CBS, E!, FX, MTV, NBC, and Paramount Network
  • Documentaries on channels like Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, Docudrama, Investigation Discovery, and Smithsonian Channel

In other words, no matter whether you like sports, news, dramas, reality TV, or historical documentaries, you can find it all on YouTube TV. There are channels to suit all tastes and ages, from sporting fans who want to keep up with the latest action from the big leagues to nature lovers looking for animal documentaries.

Here is the full list of YouTube TV channels:

  • ABC
  • ABC Localish
  • ABC News Live
  • ACCN
  • Adult Swim
  • Animal Planet
  • AMC
  • BBC America
  • BBC World News
  • BET
  • BET Her
  • Bounce
  • Bravo
  • BTN
  • Cartoon Network
  • CBS
  • CBS Sports
  • Charge!
  • Cheddar
  • Cheddar News
  • CMT
  • CNBC
  • CNBC World
  • CNN
  • Comedy Central
  • Comet
  • Court TV
  • Cozi TV
  • Dabl
  • Discovery Channel
  • Disney
  • Disney Junior
  • Disney XD
  • Docurama
  • Dove Channel
  • E!
  • ESPN
  • ESPN2
  • ESPNews
  • Food Network
  • FOX
  • FOX Business
  • FOX News Channel
  • FOX Soul
  • FOX Weather
  • Freeform
  • FS1
  • FS2
  • FX
  • FXM
  • FXX
  • Galavision
  • Get TV
  • Game Show Network
  • Golf Channel
  • Hallmark Channel
  • Hallmark Drama
  • Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
  • HGTV
  • HLN
  • HSN
  • IFC
  • Investigation Discovery
  • Ion
  • Justice Central TV
  • LAFC
  • Local Now
  • Live Now FOX
  • LX News
  • Magnolia Network
  • MLB Game of the Week
  • MLB Network
  • Motortrend
  • MT
  • MTV
  • MTV Classic
  • MTV2
  • MyNetworkTV
  • NatGeo Wild
  • National Geographic
  • NBA TV
  • NBC
  • NBC News Now
  • NBC Sports
  • NBC Universo
  • NECN
  • NESN
  • News Nation
  • NFL Network
  • Newsy
  • Nick@Nite
  • Nick Jr.
  • Nickelodeon
  • Nicktoons
  • Olympics Channel
  • OWN
  • Orlando City
  • Oxygen
  • Oxygen True Crime
  • Paramount Network
  • PBS
  • PBS Kids
  • POP
  • QVC
  • Recipe TV
  • SEC ESPN Network
  • Scripps News
  • SNY
  • Smithsonian Channel
  • StartTV
  • SundanceTV
  • SyFy
  • T2
  • Tastemade
  • TBD.
  • TBS
  • TCM
  • TeenNick
  • Telehit
  • The CW
  • The Great Courses
  • The Weather Channel
  • TLC
  • TNT
  • Travel Channel
  • TruTV
  • TV Land
  • TYT
  • USA
  • Unimas
  • Universal Kids
  • Univision
  • VH1
  • WE TV
  • YouTube Originals

What are YouTube TV’s add-on channels?

YouTube TV also offers an additional selection of add-on channels, including:

  • Acorn
  • Allblk
  • AMC+
  • Atres Player
  • Cinemax
  • Comedy Dynamics
  • CON TV
  • CuriosityStream
  • Dekkoo
  • Docurama
  • Dove Channel
  • Fandor
  • Fox Nation
  • Gaia
  • Hallmark Movies Now
  • HBO
  • Here TV
  • Hi-yah
  • Hopster Learning
  • IFC
  • Law & Crime
  • Magnolia Selects
  • Max
  • MGM+
  • MHX Choice
  • Movie Sphere
  • MOTV
  • NBA League Pass
  • Outside TV Features
  • Pantaya
  • PokerGo
  • Qello Concerts
  • RCN Total
  • ScreenPix
  • Screambox
  • Showtime
  • Shudder
  • Starz
  • Stingray Classica
  • Sundance Now
  • Tastemade
  • Topic
  • Up Faith & Family
  • ViX Premium
  • VSiN
  • WNBA League Pass
  • YouTube TV Entertainment Plus
  • YouTube TV Sports Plus

These add-on channels are optional but can give you even more content, including horror movies, reality TV shows, stand-up comedy specials, and sporting content from leagues like MLB and NBA, too.

What are YouTube TV’s sports add-on channels?

You can choose the optional sports add-on channels to enhance your YouTube TV subscription too. The package includes these channels:

  • beinSports
  • Billiard TV
  • Fanduel TV
  • Fight Network
  • Fox Soccer Plus
  • NFL Red Zone
  • Outside TV
  • Players TV
  • Poker Go
  • Sports Grid
  • Stadium
  • Tennis Channel
  • VSiN

These sporting add-ons give sports fans even more ways to engage with their favorite games and leagues from around the world.


What is YouTube TV?

YouTube is a streaming TV service offering live TV and on-demand content from dozens of channels and networks. It is owned and operated by Google and launched in 2017.

What devices work with YouTube TV?

YouTube TV can run on a range of devices, including:

  • Smart TVs from LG, Samsung, HiSense, Sharp, and other brands
  • Media players like Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and NVIDIA Shield TV
  • Game consoles such as the PlayStation 4 and 5, as well as the Xbox 360, One, and Series S and X
  • Android and iOS mobile devices
  • Computers and laptops via internet browsers like Firefox and Chrome

What can I watch on YouTube TV?

You can watch more than 100 live TV channels with YouTube TV, as well as on-demand movies and shows. The channel list includes everything from documentary and fact-based channels like the Discovery Channel to news networks like CNN and movie channels, too.

Can I cancel YouTube TV or pause it?

Yes, you can cancel your YouTube TV subscription at any time and your access to YouTube TV will end at the end of your current payment period. You can also choose to pause your membership to stop paying temporarily and come back to it later on.

Read our guide for more information.

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Lisa Holden is an editor and creative based in Houston, TX. Lisa holds a BA in African-American Studies from Temple University and has spent her career working in news publications and magazines, even founding a magazine herself. When she’s not editing or working on one of her many creative endeavors (whenever that is), she enjoys traveling to new places and biking on sunny days.

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