In that case you could subscribe to one of the sport services like MLB TV, etc, and that would certainly allow you to dump cable/satellite...*
*this does not count as me helping a Philly sports fan, which goes against every fiber of my being ;)
I can only speak for YouTube TV as that's what I use. When you are watching something you hit "menu" and, while what you are watching continues playing in the background, it brings up other programs it has learned you are interested in that you can switch to. You can switch to another game in...
I would look into it a little more, Dave. Even sign up for a free trial.
I've never once experienced buffering with YouTube TV (although I have with Sling and of course your internet may vary - hence the free trial).
If you missed dialog - on an Apple TV you would just click the left side of...
TV streaming services all have it. My favorite is YouTube TV.
But that and the previous posts in this thread beg the question - if you cancel traditional cable only to subscribe to numerous streaming services, is that really cutting the cord?