AT&T TV Channels List, Packages, Cost, & MoreAT&T TV is one of the newest services on the market. While it shares a similar name to AT&T TV NOW, this is actually a different service. Perhaps the main difference is that AT&T TV is more likely to work for people that want a cable package with elements of streaming. If you’re wondering what channels AT&T TV has to offer, you’re in the right place. We’ve got the full AT&T TV channels list right here, so you can find the right package for you, if you’re interested.

What is AT&T TV?

AT&T TV is a cable service that offers the most popular elements of streaming. You’ll get your cable through a set-top box. This box makes use of the Google Play store, which means that in addition to cable, you’ll have access to apps including Netflix, Disney+, YouTube, and the upcoming HBO Max. That said, many of the additional apps do require additional subscriptions.

AT&T TV offers a remote that is voice activated. The set-top box supports Android TV and included Google Chromecast. One box is included with your subscription. If you want others, you’d need to purchase them at $120 per piece. You can stream on three devices concurrently. Beyond the boxes, you can stream AT&T TV on mobile phones, tablets, and computers.

As this service is essentially cable, you won’t find a free trial included. More concerning perhaps, is that each subscription has a 2-year contract attached to it.

To learn the details about AT&T TV you can click here or call 855-946-1969.


What Channels are Available with AT&T TV?

As you might suspect, with four packages to choose from, AT&T TV will give you a lot of options. That said, some packages are better than others if you’re looking for something specific.

If you’re a sports fan, you’ll want the Choice plan or something larger. This is because you receive FOX and NBC Sports regional channels with these more expensive packages. That said, sports fans will find coverage in the Entertainment package with local channels, ESPN, and a small selection of other channels. The more you love sports, the more likely you’ll want to consider the larger packages.

If you’re into reality TV and general entertainment, you might want to add to the smaller packages and get the Xtra package. This package includes highlights like Destination America, FYI, Great American Country, Nat Geo Wild, Oxygen, and Universal Kids, among others.

Movie fans might decide to splurge on the Ultimate plan, which throws in multiple Starz channels. Of course, with the way the price hikes fall, you might be better off adding Starz to a smaller package and paying the upgrade fee.

This is just some of what you can expect with AT&T TV, keep reading for the full channel lineup.


The Full AT&T TV Channels List

With AT&T TV you have four packages to choose from. You can choose the Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, or Ultimate plan. Most of the channels in the smaller plans are in the larger ones. That said, that’s not always true. For example, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries is available in the Entertainment plan, but that’s the only plan it’s in.

AT&T TV plans require a 2-year contract, but that does not include a price lock. According to AT&T TV’s website, your first year is discounted and the second year you’ll experience a price hike. For your convenience, each plan has the price you’ll start paying and the one you’ll pay in the second year of your contract.

The Entertainment Plan: $50 to start – $93 in the second year

A&E HD, AccuWeather HD, AMC, Animal Planet, AXStv, BabyFirst, BBC America HD, BET HD, Bloomberg HD, Boomerang, Bravo, Cartoon Network HD, CMT, CNBC, CNN HD, CNN en Espanol, Comedy Central, C-SPAN, C-SPAN2, Discovery, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, E! HD, ESPN HD, ESPN2 HD, Food Network, FOX Business, FOX News, FS1, Freeform, FX, FXX, Galavision, GEM, Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, HGTV, History HD, HLN, HSN, Investigation Discovery, Lifetime, MotorTrend, MSNBC, MTV, MTV2, National Geographic, NBCSN, Nickelodeon HD, OAN, Ovation, Paramount Network, QVC, QVC HD, QVC2, Reelz, Revolt, RFD-TV, Sundance TV, Syfy, TBS, TCM, Teen Nick, TLC, TNT, truTV, TV Land, Univision, USA, VH1, Vice, Vice HD, and WEtv HD

The Choice Plan: $55 per month to start, $110 in the second year

As you might expect, this package gives you most of the channels above, plus more. The additional channels include:

AWE, ACC Network, Big Ten Network, Cheddar Business, CNBC World, Comedy TV, Cooking Channel HD, ESPNews, ESPNU, FOX Sports regional channels, Game Show Network, IFC, Justice Central, Longhorn Network, MSG, MLB Network, MSG Plus, NBA TV, NBCSN regional sports networks, Nick Jr., Nicktoons, OWN, Pop, Pop HD, Prime Ticket HD, Science, SEC Network, SNY HD, Sportstime Ohio, Tennis Channel, The Weather Channel, Travel, TV One, UniMas West, Up, WGN, and Yes HD

Available regional channels will require an additional $8.50. The channels you get will depend on your area, but could include:

FOX Sports Arizona, FS Detroit, FOX Sports Florida, FS Midwest, FOX Sports North, FS Ohio, FOX Sports Oklahoma, FS San Diego, FOX Sports South, FS Southeast, FOX Sports Southwest, FS Sun, FOX Sports West, FS Wisconsin, NBC Sports Boston, NBC Sports California, NBC Sports Chicago, and NBC Sports Washington.

The Xtra Plan: $65 per month for the first year and $124/month in the second year

Again, most of the channels (including the RSNs) are included with this package. Other channels in this package that aren’t in the previous plans include:

American Heroes Channel, Aspire HD, BBC World News, BET Her, Cartoon Network (standard and HD), CBS Sports Network, Destination America, Discovery Family, Discovery Life, DIY, FM HD, FS2, FXM, FYI, Golf, Great American Country, Lifetime Movies, Logo, Logo HD, MTV Classic, Nat Geo Wild, NHL Network, Olympic Channel, Oxygen HD, Sportsman Channel, TVG, Universal Kids, and Universo HD

The Ultimate Plan: $70 a month for the first 12 months, $135 from months 13-24

Here you get most of the things in the three other packages plus the following:

Starz Action, Starz Black, Starz Classic, Starz Family, Starz Encore (SD and HD), Starz Suspense, Starz Westerns, and TUDN HD


AT&T TV Add-On Packages

If you want to add channels to your package you have a variety of options including all of the following add-ons.

  • EPIX – $6 per month – (EPIX, EPIX 2, EPIX Hits, and EPIX App)
  • HBO – $15 per month – (HBO East, HBO Family, HBO Latino, HBO Go, and the full HBO on-demand library)
  • NBA League Pass – $40/month
  • Cinemax – $11/month – (Cinemax East, Max Go, and the full on-demand library)
  • Showtime – $11/month – (Showtime East and Showtime Anytime)
  • Starz – $11/month – (Starz East, Starz Family, Starz Encore East, and Starz on-demand)
  • AT&T TV Deportes – $5/month – (TyC Sports, Univision Deportes, FOX Deportes, and ESPN Deportes)
  • AT&T TV Espanol – $15/month – (Univision, Discovery Channel en Espanol, Estrella TV, and Cinelatino)
  • Movies Extra – $5/month – (Crime & Investigation, Hallmark Drama, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, HDNET Movies, MGM, MTV Live, Shorts TV, and Smithsonian Channel)

New customers are given HBO, EPIX, Showtime, Starz, and Cinemax for free for 3-months. Keep in mind, if you do not call in and cancel these channels before the end of the three months, you’ll be charged $54 per month to cover the cost until you do.


Local Channels on AT&T TV

Each package offers local coverage. You can check what channels you’ll get on the AT&T locals page.

Local channels commonly offered include:


What About On-Demand Content?

AT&T TV offers tens of thousands of hours of on-demand content. The actual number of items in your library depends on the package that you choose. It seems that the amount is generally between 40,000-50,000 shows and/or movies.


AT&T TV Channels Conclusion

The AT&T TV channel lineup does offer something for everyone. However, if you’re trying to steer clear of cable packages and contracts, this service won’t be for you. The pricing isn’t bad for the first year, but you have to sign a 2-year contract and you’re charged $15 for every month you have left in your contract, if you break it. With that in mind, it’s hard to imagine AT&T TV winning over any cord cutters. However, if you’re looking for a similar experience to cable without as many headaches, you can try AT&T TV here or give AT&T a call at 855-946-1969.