Sure, YouTube may already be an online streaming service but that hasn't stopped the company from launching another streaming facet entirely - TV. The company announced that they'll be delivering a live and on-demand service aptly titled YouTubeTV. Subscriptions will cost $35 for a family plan, which includes up to six accounts. Readers in the U.S can expect it to launch within the next few months.

Those that subscribe will gain access to up to 40 networks as well as original content from YouTube Red. Expect broadcast and cable channels like USA, FX, Freeform, ESPN, Fox Sports and NBC Sports.

"There's no question that millennials love great TV content, but what we've seen is they don't want to watch it in the traditional setting," said YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki an event to announce the service.

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