How to Watch CBS Without Cable or Satellite, Now That It’s Been Dropped from DIRECTV NOW, DirecTV, & AT&T U-Verse

At 11pm PT last night, CBS and AT&T’s contract expired meaning that DIRECTV NOW customers lost access to CBS across all markets, while DirecTV and AT&T U-Verse customers saw the channels disappear in 17 markets.

For those with DirecTV and AT&T U-Verse, the 17 markets affected include: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, Boston, Atlanta, Tampa, Seattle, Detroit, Minneapolis, Miami, Denver, Sacramento, Pittsburgh and Baltimore. It is expected to affect 6.5 million customers across the different services.

If you don’t want to miss your favorite summer shows, like Big Brother, Love Island, we put together the easiest way to stream CBS channels online without cable or satellite. If you haven’t tried the services before, you can stream CBS for FREE with a 7-Day Free Trial.

1. CBS All Access

CBS All Access is a live TV streaming service that lets you to live stream your local CBS affiliate in 175+ markets. It is the cheapest option for streamers at $5.99 a month.

WIth the service you can stream CBS shows live like Young Sheldon, NCIS, Survivor, Big Brother, as well as NFL, College Football, and College Basketball games.

You’ll also get CBS All Access Originals like The Good Fight, Star Trek: Discovery, The Twilight Zone, and Strange Angel. Subscribers can upgrade to a commercial-free plan for $9.99/month.

2. fuboTV

fuboTV offers ~75 channels for $55 a month including CBS in 120+ markets. This service includes local channels (no ABC), 31 of the top 35 cable channels (A+E, AMC, Discovery, FOX, NBCU, Turner & Viacom), and regional sports networks (RSNs).

It also includes NFL Network, NBA TV, and beIn Sports (which is not available on most services).

3. PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue includes ~60 channels for $50 a month including CBS in 120+ markets. The service includes local channels, 26 of the top 35 cable channels (AMC, Disney, Discovery, FOX, NBCU, & Turner), and regional sports networks (RSNs) (+$5).

4. Hulu + Live TV

Hulu Live TV has ~55 channels for $45 a month including CBS in 180+ markets. The service includes local channels, 26 of the top 35 cable channels (A+E, Disney, Discovery, FOX, NBCU, & Turner), and regional sports networks (RSNs).

5. YouTube TV

YouTube TV ~55 channels for $50 a month including CBS in 200+ markets. The service includes local channels, 26 of the top 35 cable channels (AMC, Disney, Discovery, FOX, NBCU, & Turner), and regional sports networks (RSNs).