I am surprised anyone watches any of it.
We actually have no access to live broadcast type tv in the house other than watching it on a desktop computer or phone (and I don't think live tv is available that way, but might be wrong).
We have Netflix and Prime Video and that is it. It's been that way for about 2 years now and I really can't say I feel I have missed a single thing. I have not seen a TV ad in 2 years either which is an added benefit!
We have had no terrestrial reception of Freeview TV and I'm not going to get a satellite dish.
But this week I bought a "Dish-TV" Freeview / Chromecast thing at Noel Leeming for $139. It's about 3cm on a side and .75cm thick.
It's basically Android TV and *MUCH* faster than the YouTube, Netflix and Lightbox apps on my 6 year old SONY Bravia 32" 3D TV.
Your can also install all sorts other apps on it. It's a good upgrade for an older TV and includes streaming Freeview over the Internet. Except for Prime. I can't get that at all, I don't think.