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YouTube TV is expanding, adding more channels to its roster but also putting its price up.

Several Turner channels including TBS, TNT, CNN, Adult Swim, truTV and Turner Classic Movies are joining the service, which will give viewers access to 'Rick and Morty', 'The Alienist' and plenty of live sports. But they'll have to pay more for the privilege.

From 13th March, the service will cost $40 (£28) a month. That's up from the current price of $35.

Viewers who join before 13th March will keep the service at the current price, however.

The monthly fee lets customers share their account with up to five other people. So everyone in the immediate family and/or friends can all watch.

It also gives unlimited cloud DVR storage in which to store shows.

However, YouTube TV is still limited to the US. A year after launch, YouTube claims it's available to more than 85 per cent of US homes.

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