With the forum mod's permission - Let's try this again: Who else here has signed off of cable, and is not looking back? I haven't had cable since 2008. Sci-Fi went dead around then (when it became SyFy). Toonami disappeared. While I miss having Cartoon Network, I'm happy to find many of those shows have come to Netflix (maybe it helps that it's mostly the older shows from my younger years - the glory days of Cartoon Network to me). And this may sound strange, but Hell's Kitchen and Master Chef on Fox have filled the void left behind from not having Food Network. The only thing I'm regretting is being unable to watch "The Walking Dead" with each episode premiering on AMC. But I get to watch new episodes each year on Netflix, so that's okay. The only other thing I'm missing is sports, which I'm hoping will change in the coming years (why is baseball/basketball almost always shown on cable for the most part?) And it's occurred to me: Are Hulu/Netflix/Amazon the new "channels" for viewing what we want? I believe I heard HBO is coming out with an exclusive streaming website for some of their material. And once those Marvel (Daredevil, etc) Netflix series premiere, I think that'll be the true kick off of these online services being true "channels"... And with Saturday mornings being dead, and the regular channels that I can pick up with my antenna (ABC,NBC, etc) not really featuring cartoons anymore, I was worried that my kids wouldn't get to enjoy "new" TV episodic animation. I thought they'd never get to experience "Saturday mornings" without cable (I know, it's nostalgia talking). Hulu was seemingly devoted to adult animation (Family Guy) or reruns of stuff from my childhood (He-Man - which the kids enjoy, by the way), but I was wondering where they were going to get "new" material at. But I recently realized my kids have the "Netflix" channel to turn to: They've been watching "Oscar's Oasis", "Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures", and "Transformers: Rescue Bots"! So how long till the online "channels" start featuring original animation exclusively for them? So is this the future? And who here is ready to embrace leaving cable behind?