At our house, we have a satellite cable provider but we are almost always on one of our streaming services like Netflix and Hulu and we've been talking a lot about cut the proverbial "cord" and getting rid of cable altogether (not to mention that every time it snows or storms, it's 50/50 if we're even going to get our shows).
It looks like we are not alone! According to a study done by eMarketer, another 19.2% of households are abandoning "pay-tv" for streaming only set ups. The same study predicts that by 2023, only 72 million homes in the US will have cable type services, down from over 100 million in 2014.
What do you have? Are you cutting the cord?