I wonder what the hold-up is on those? I can see the Prime app being delayed because of the larger dispute between AT&T and Amazon over HBO Max distribution. As for Hulu, perhaps AT&T is asking for an Android TV version of the app that doesn't support Hulu's live TV and premium add-ons. Hulu did make a version like that for Comcast/Cox X1. Are you able to find and install the Peacock app for Android TV on the AT&T TV box? I'm finding increasingly little reason to bother with my OTA DVR these days, especially after picking a Hulu subscription back up. I was mainly just using the DVR to record the evening newscasts from NBC and CBS, as well as a couple of Sunday morning news talk shows. But I see that Peacock streams NBC Nightly News every day, and Sunday's Meet the Press (although I don't know how long in either case you have to wait for the new episode to appear on Peacock). I can watch This Week on Hulu. There's one PBS show I began recording recently because it's not in the PBS app: Escape to the Chateau. But I was happily surprised to find that the entire series is available in Peacock. So I guess I have an OTA DVR for those occasions when I want to watch 60 Minutes or CBS Evening News. (Both shows are available chopped up into out-of-order clips in the CBS News app but that's not how I prefer to watch them.) I've never subbed to CBSAA or SundanceNow. I did the one-week free trial of Disney+ back around Christmas just to check it out and watch a movie with the family. As I don't have children and I'm not really into comics or Star Wars, there's just not much reason for me to keep it. I do find Hulu to have a ton of content though and now that it's the streaming arm of FX, it also has a lot of quality stuff. Recently watched Devs and now watching Mrs. America.