AT&T TV Subscribers Can Access These TV Everywhere Apps & Websites

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AT&T TV subscribers can access a wide number of third-party network apps and websites. This TV Everywhere support provides an opportunity to watch even more shows and movies from popular channels. Due to this, it is worth subscribers knowing which networks they can access directly through additional apps and websites.


AT&T TV offers a number of live TV plans with the cheapest starting at $69.99. These plans not only differ in price, but also in channel lineups. For example, the Entertainment plan comes with more than 65 channels while the Choice package boosts the number up to over 90. Then there’s the Ultimate plan which provides access to at least 130 channels.

TV Everywhere is not a feature that’s exclusive to AT&T TV. In fact, most live TV services offer TV Everywhere support. However, the degree of support can vary between services. This is not only due to the difference in channel availability, but also with the same channels that are available through different services. Due to this, just because a live TV service like AT&T TV offers a channel, there’s no guarantee the channel will be available with TV Everywhere support.


TV Everywhere apps and websites

With so many channels on offer, AT&T TV subscribers have the opportunity to access plenty of TV Everywhere apps and websites. Below is the current list of network apps and websites that can be accessed with an AT&T TV subscription.

AT&T TV TV Everywhere support list:

  • A&E
  • ABC
  • AMC
  • American Heroes
  • Animal Planet
  • BBC America
  • BET
  • Bravo Now
  • CBS Sports
  • CMT
  • CNBC
  • Comedy Central
  • Cooking Channel
  • Destination America
  • Discovery
  • Discovery Family
  • DisneyNow
  • DIY Network
  • E! Now
  • ESPN
  • Food Network
  • Fox Now
  • Fox Sports Go
  • Freeform
  • FX Now
  • FYI
  • Hallmark
  • Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
  • HBO Max
  • HGTV
  • History
  • IFC
  • Investigation Discovery
  • Lifetime
  • LOGO
  • MLB Network (web only)
  • At Bat (app only)
  • MotorTrend (web only)
  • MSG Go
  • MSNBC Now
  • MTV
  • National Geographic
  • NBC
  • NBC Golf
  • NBC Sports
  • Nick
  • Nick Jr.
  • Olympic Channel
  • Oxygen Now
  • Ovation
  • OWN
  • Paramount Network
  • Pop TV
  • Science Channel
  • Showtime Anytime (requires Showtime subscription)
  • Sundance TV (web only)
  • Syfy Now
  • Telemundo Now
  • TLC
  • Travel Channel
  • TV Land
  • Universal Kids
  • Universo Now
  • Univision
  • Univision Now
  • VH1
  • Vice
  • WEtv

It is worth noting that this is not a final list. TV Everywhere support is something that’s always in development and therefore support for additional networks can be added at any time. In addition, the list above represents all of the apps and websites AT&T TV subscribers can access in general. The exact apps and websites that an individual subscriber can use will be determined by their specific plan and the channels included in their package.


TV Everywhere benefits

TV Everywhere support is a feature that’s worth AT&T TV subscribers becoming familiar with. While a subscription does already include plenty of on demand content, network apps and websites often include even more. By being able to access these networks and channels directly, subscribers might find they are able to stream even more content than just using the AT&T TV app.

Besides the access to additional content, there are also other benefits to using third-party apps and websites. One great example is simultaneous streams. AT&T allows subscribers to watch on multiple devices at the same time, but on occasions where those stream limits are being stretched, consumers can utilize dedicated network apps and websites without using up an AT&T stream. These networks and channels will impose their own simultaneous streams policies, so subscribers will want to be aware of those limits as well.

Another example of the benefits of TV Everywhere support is device support in general. As these are third-party apps and websites, their device support is also different to AT&T TV’s. Therefore, subscribers may find that a number of these apps are compatible with certain devices in the home that AT&T TV can’t be watched on.

AT&T TV apps and websites summary

AT&T TV subscribers can utilize TV Everywhere support to access network apps and websites. Due to the number of channels included with an AT&T TV subscription, there are plenty of TV Everywhere apps available to subscribers. However, the exact number and selection of apps and websites that subscribers can access will depend on their individual plan. In addition, the number of TV Everywhere supported apps is likely to increase over time as more channels are added.

Besides the ability to access additional content directly through third-party apps and websites, there are additional benefits to using TV Everywhere apps. For example, helping to provide AT&T TV subscribers with additional streams when needed, or watching on even more devices that AT&T TV currently allows.

John Finn

By John Finn

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