It depends a whole lot on what you want to watch. I don't watch a lot of "regular TV shows". I find my viewing needs 95% satisfied by Netflix ($10/mo), Hulu ($12/mo, "ad-free" which is mostly ad-free), and YouTube ($0 - plain old YouTube, not Red or TV). I'm willing to forgo the 5% I'm "missing", in favor of not having a subscription to one of the bigger costlier packages (and can always do things like... I went to a friend's house, who has HBO, and we binge-watched WestWorld together). Internet (Cox) runs in the vicinity of $80/mo for 100mpbs. So, for a little over $100, I've got enough internet to drown in, and most of the things I want to watch.Everyone likes to talk about "cutting the cord" and whatnot... but I never hear any real numbers.