Bell's has release a video, gently poking fun and all the streaming services available and how all those choices may just be causing "streaming fatigue".

(Bell's Brewery via YouTube)

It's true and we all have been inundated with numerous entertainment options and choices. Of course, somebody's got to pay for all the choices. Most of these streamers, even if they are part of a bundle, are still not cheap. Having a cable provider for just the internet is about $50. Now, you can keep your costs down by using the internet on you phone,

But you still have to pay for programming. There's Disney Plus, HBO Max, There's also Apple TV. There's the venerable  Netlix. Some newer competitors are Paramount Plus, Peacock, and Amazon Prime Video.

I guess this is truly the new golden age of television and a lot of people sharing family passwords,

But here's another wildcard to all this. I can't speak for you, but all the cable streamers have slightly different channel lineups. For example, Fubo, on a more expensive tier, has a channel like the NHL Network, but then you might ask where are the savings?

Program providers are not going to offer a la carte pricing until they have to. Its frustrating when Food Channel is on one tier and Cooking Channel is on another.

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And, one last thing, if you put up an over the air antenna, you've got football, and if its an ESPN game, you can head to a bar.

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