That is a LOT of confusion about what to do, @Diane Lane ! Thankfully, we only have (or need) one television at our house. We have an older model Apple TV connected to it, so we can watch all of those channels that come with the Apple TV, which is similar to a Roku. Once we get an antenna, it will work with that TV, so we can get all of the local stations that we are now paying Comcast in order to receive. Since I seldom watch television, and we like totally different movies (for the most part); Bobby and I use our iPads instead of the TV. We only have it on when he is watching The Five on Fox News, and then when he watches those music/singing contestants programs. It is really stupid to pay $100 a month for nothing more than this. One of the issues we have is that if we disconnect the cable, then we lose the package deal, so the cost of internet goes up to $70 a month, which is almost as much as we were paying. For everything become the last increase. So, what we are doing right now is checking for cheaper Internet service, and Bobby is reading about the different antennas available ; so we can decide what we will replace the Comcast account with. We have talked about updating the Apple TV, since we can no longer receive YouTube with it (due to programming updates); but the new Apple TV has a big increase in price due to all of the new app features they have added to it. Instead, we are maybe going to get the Amazon Fire Stick, which would not only allow us to watch all of the programs that Apple TV has; but also the Amazon movies. Plus, it only cost $30+; so it is MUCH cheaper than a new Apple TV would be. However, since we so seldom use the television, this has not been a top priority for us.