MeTV Is Now Available On DirecTV and DirecTV Stream

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MeTV is now available on DirecTV and DirecTV Stream. The channel was officially added today, so subscribers should already have access to the channel.


MeTV, or Memorable Entertainment Television, offers access to a wide range of classic television making it a good option for homes that enjoy watching popular TV shows from the past. Some of the shows currently available to watch on MeTV include All in the Family, The Beverly Hillbillies, Dragnet, The Jetsons, Matlock, and The Waltons, to name a few.

With MeTV now available on both DirecTV and DirecTV Stream, subscribers have gained access to all of these shows and more. However, MeTV has only been added to the Choice and higher packages, so Entertainment subscribers won’t have access to the channel unless they upgrade their package to a minimum of Choice.


For those already signed up to Choice or higher, MeTV is available in HD on channel 77 for both DirecTV and DirecTV Stream, and should already be accessible through the live guide.

If considering signing up to DirecTV Stream, and if interested in having MeTV as part of the package, Choice costs a minimum of $99.99 per month. Choice offers around 30 channels more than the cheaper Entertainment plan, and also includes access to Regional Sports Networks at no extra cost.

For reference, MeTV is also available through other live TV services, with Frndly TV the cheapest option overall. A standard Frndly TV subscription costs a minimum of $6.99 per month and unlocks access to more than 40 live channels.


Alternatively, Philo is another good low-cost option for access to a live TV package that includes MeTV. Philo costs just $25 per month and unlocks access to more than 70 live TV channels.

John Finn

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