I've made a bold move with the approval of my wife. I have cancelled Showtime and HBO. There was a time when we subscribed to the likes of HBO to see the movies. News flash- these days, with streaming, the landscape has changed significantly. When I analyzied it, we watch most recent movies by streaming them for $2-3 dollars. The movie offerings on these Networks are sorry, limited, an unworthy offering, definitely not worth $17 a month for HBO nor $16 for Showtime. I figured we are currently watching just a couple of shows on these networks, Homeland, Masters of Sex (which we are getting bored with), and Game of thrones. These two networks cost about $34/month, $400 a year. In comparison, if I don't mind watching one season behind, I can access these episodes for a significant cost savings through Amazon or iTunes. For example, the last Game of Thrones season was 10 shows. I can stream that entire season for $30. Is a season of GoT worth $200? Nope. I'd like to verify that for HBO/Showtime content, the only way to see it by streaming outside of those networks is staying one season behind? Thoughts? Thanks!