If you’ve been trying to get rid of your expensive cable package but can’t go without cable content, you may be in luck. YouTube just launched YouTube TV, the service the company previewed in February.

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YouTube TV Channel List

YouTube TV users who subscribe for $35/month will have access to cable networks including CBS, ABC, NBC and other specialty channels like ESPN, E! and Disney. Up to six users can be on the subscription and three can stream at the same time. Users can also DVR on the service and there’s no limit to how much they can record or how many programs they can record at once. Other premium channels are available at additional costs.

Right now users in the New York City, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco can sign up for one free month of the service.

The streaming service is only available on some devices. You can either use a computer with Google Chrome, Android L devices or newer and iPhones and iPads on iOS 9.1 or higher. Users then must use Chromecast to get the content onto the big screens in their homes.

There are some YouTube TV blackouts in certain instances like when you’re traveling to different areas or with certain sporting events.