YouTube TV added popular missing channels like MTV and Nickelodeon in 2020 after entering into an agreement with ViacomCBS, but now the streaming service is finally adding the remaining straters like Nick Jr. and MTV2 at, according to WhatToWatch.
The new additions include Nick Jr., Teen Nick, Nicktoons, MTV Classic, MTV2, Dabl and BET Her. Overall, these channels are an example of more well-known shows like BET and MTV, but Nick Jr. ‘s younger children’s programming will definitely make parents slack off. Dabl – which I’ve never heard of before – is apparently ViacomCBS ” lifestyle-oriented network ‘for licensing cooking and cooking programs like Emeril Live and Martha Stewart Living. This is probably ideal for a late-night marathon or your daily background noise while working from home.
Unlike the original addition of ViacomCBS’s largest channels, this new drop will not result in a price increase on YouTube TV, but it is the most recent in a collection of minor updates the service has received over the past month. In February, YouTube TV announced that it plans to offer a 4K streaming option and offline downloads. That same month, it also released a $ 30 add-on bundle that includes HBO Max, Showtime and Starz for $ 5 cheaper than they would be separately.