There was a time when cable was the be-all and end-all of home entertainment. This was the ’80s and early ’90s, and you either had cable, or you didn’t. If you didn’t, you envied those who did. There was no Internet for the cable-less to provide easy access to all of our favorite shows, at least, not the Internet that we know today. We’ve come a long way from that time. Today, Americans can rent DVDs at a kiosk while grocery shopping, stream entertainment from their computers to their flatscreen TVs and download their favorite shows onto their phones and portable tablets to watch on the go — all for a fraction of what it costs for cable TV. Now, if you don’t have cable, you have other options. A lot of them, according to Money Crashers. Is this the end of cable?