New Shows on YouTube TV

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  • Connector.

    Reasonably Shure

    Michael Shure displays his direct, non-confrontational approach of asking personal interest questions as he interviews individuals from various professions and political leanings: artists, scientist, business people and politicians. This show willl provide an insightful and alternative point of view on the issues. Watch Here.

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    Smart Mouth

    Podcasting duo Katie Anthony and Ronit Feinglass Plank leave it all out on the floor as they serve up mouthy truth bombs, fearless analysis, and hilariously real insights into the minds of news-watching women in America today. Watch Here.

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    Rebel HQ

    Cenk covers the grassroots movement and candidates running to unseat establishment Democrats. Watch Here.

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    The Jimmy Dore Show

    Incisive political satirist, YouTube sensation and self-styled “jag-off nightclub comedian” Jimmy Dore hilariously skewers the corporate-controlled media’s failings and exposes the two-party duopoly that’s out to screw us all. Watch Here.


  1. Wait, I’m confused. Are these shows (especially Rebel HQ and The Jimmy Dore Show) going EXCLUSIVELY behind the YouTubeTV paywall? Since when did this happen?
    The announcements of what shows (the video portion at least) are going behind the YouTube TV paywall have been a bit confusing. Could there be an announcement that specifies which shows will only be seen on YouTube TV?
    Also, I know Cenk promotes the page for the podcast version of some of these shows that are going behind the YouTubeTV paywall, but can you add it to the Members Content tab? Or merge the Podcasting page w/ the new audio page? It’s weird that the audio page isn’t an option to be selected in any of the dropdown menus.
    And it’s also weird that there’s a audio page that is basically the ‘podcast’ version of the shows and then a separate podcasting page. Merge them techs/webmasters :P

  2. This sucks. I’m retired and on a fixed income. I cancelled my satellite for 2 reasons: 1) in protest after TV/cable news helped elect Trump and 2) I was retiring in May 2017 on less than half of what I used to earn when working. I, then, gave up on watching bits and pieces of TYT on regular Youtube and became a TYT member (paid the annual membership fee to save a few bucks).
    As an old lefty, I appreciate the TYT perspective, and Murder with Friends was my favorite go-to for entertainment and a break from the insane drumbeat of Trumperthinskin and his minions (yeah, murderers are a pleasant distraction from Trump… go figure!). I’ve downloaded and watched every episode of MWF. I was so looking forward to the new season, but, now, even that is gone on — membership has lost its value.
    So here’s a big THANKS-BUT-NO-THANKS for disappointing and abandoning your members of lesser means!

  3. And what’s up with the secondary pay wall on YouTube? Members pay twice to enjoy the complete TYT.

  4. I paid for a TYT membership, supported the channel, now I am not rich enough to see your new content. TYT is selling out to Youtube corporate greed. I loved TYT, now I doubt if I will renew.

    1. There’s nothing wrong with them wanting to diversify. There’s already a billion shows on here, including exclusive content. Youtube TV is a growing platform, and the format is much different.

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