Cord-cutting services are starting to look a lot more like the services they replaced when it comes to price.

After price bumps in the past couple months hit Hulu Live and DirecTV NOW, YouTube TV is now also seeing a pretty substantial $10-$15 monthly price hike for users, though the new pricing will come with some new content thanks to a Google partnership with Discovery.

Early subscribers paying $35 per month and more recent subscribers $40 per month will soon be paying $50 every month for the TV service which lets you watch live and on-demand shows across multiple devices.

The eight new channels coming on board with the deal are Discovery Channel, HGTV, Food Network, TLC, Investigation Discovery, Animal Planet, Travel Channel and MotorTrend.

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