Sling TV Channel Lineup 2022 [Orange] [Blue]

ChannelOrangeBlueOrange & Blue
A&E
AMC
AXS TV
BBC America
BET
BET
Bloomberg Television
Bravox
CNN
Cartoon Network
Cheddar
Comedy Central
Comet
Discovery Channelx
Disney Channelx
E!x
EPIX Drive-In
ESPNx
ESPN2x
ESPN3x
FOX x
FOX Sports 1x
FXx
Food Network
Fox Newsx
Freeformx
Fuse
HGTV
HLNx
History Channel
IFC
Investigation Discovery
Lifetime
Local Now
MSNBCx
MotorTrendx
NBCx
NBC Sports Networx
NFL Networkx
National Geographicx
Nick Jr.
SYFYx
Stadium
TBS
TLCx
TNT
Travel Channel
USAx
Viceland
truTVx

Sling TV

Founded by Roger Lynch in 2015, Sling TV is an exclusively available the US, television network provider. The parent organization of Sling TV is Dish Network and is managed by Sling TV LLC. The company offers best in class streaming quality and a variety of packs and add-ones to choose from. Sling TV has been deemed to be the best alternative to a regular cable TV operator. Sling TV cuts down the hazards that come with huge chunks of cable wires.

Sling TV Packages and Prices

The 3 plans offered by the company are as follows:

  • Sling Orange: The plan costs $35 per month and includes around 30 channels. However, the number of channels can be increased by clubbing the pack with add-ones of choice.
  • Sling Blue: This plan also costs $35 per month but includes around 45 channels like NBC, Fox Entertainment, ESPN and many more. This plan is upgradable and can be clubbed with add-ones.
  • Sling Orange+Blue: This pack is a mixture of both packs so that subscribers can get the benefit of all channels. The plan costs $45 per month and contains more than 50 channels including kids’ channels.

Sling TV Equipment and Features

The Sling TV comes with a DVR that can record shows for up to 50 hours and a smart remote with voice control. However, the capacity can be increased by paying extra and increasing the recording capacity up to 200 hours.

To have a detailed and in-depth view of the packages and the terms and conditions, please visit www.sling.com.

Sling TV Pros and Cons

Pros:

  • Low-cost packages
  • Available in 2160p 4k resolution
  • Access to live events
  • Covers the entire US area
  • Subscribers can access from different platforms

Cons:

  • Available only in the US
  • Less number of channels
  • Low initial DVR recording capacity, forces subscribers to purchase add-ons
  • No availability of sports channels