How Watching ‘Unbundled’ ESPN and AMC Could Cost More Than Your Whole Cable Bill

Today, the typical household pays a little under $40 a month in total subscription fees to all of the networks. So, $30 for standalone-ESPN plus $10 for standalone-AMC is already equal to or more than the total programming costs in your cable bill right now. In simpler English: TV just got more expensive with just two a la carte channels. – Derek Thompson, The Atlantic