Another one like NatGeo Wild, FXX, etc that they require a sub to cable or satellite to full full content. The odd thing is I have Dish and get all of these channels on Dish, yet Dish is not listed on their list of providers.
Let's see... I don't have cable, but to get "Free" channels that are just like cable I have to get cable... and not just any cable... I have to get just the right cable...
Yep... sounds totally reasonable to me. A Roku/Cable fan's dream channel.
(ya'll do realize your kids will watch a house being painted for hours... check it out... put your kids in lawn chairs and paint yours... they'll write 10 page essays about the experience... maybe not today, but long after you're gone... and have spent their inheritance on cable... the essays may not be kind... be glad you're not able to read them from the great beyond).
(while they're in those lawn chairs you might see them sneaking a peak at the grass growing... basically they'll watch anything you put in front of them...)(buy a grasshopper and a bale of hay and you're all fixed up for the next decade or more)(the good news is while they're outside they're breathing fresh air)
(when they reach their teens - you're on your own, but the knowledge that you have some money left will go a long way for a favorable essay) (the 'father's day write up' can go one of two ways - it can start with: "My Dad, the idiot..." or "How I learned to be a great house painter... I love you, Dad...)