Agreed. Sometimes when people say they don't have any broadcast TV, what they really mean is they are now in an area that one of those cute, little toy flat wall antennas won't pick up a signal -- and they don't want to go through the exercise of putting up a proper outdoor antenna. In many cases, simply coming to grips with the need to stop fooling around with indoor antennas and get a proper outdoor setup is the way to go. In my case, for example, I'm an a very remote area ... with very challenging OTA reception possibilities. But biting the bullet and doing a proper outdoor antenna brings back into play ABC, Fox, and CTV from Canada. (No NBC, CBS, or PBS available). But I've found that the stations I can get supplemented with some Hulu work out just fine.
Edit: I take it back. This does look more challenging. From the instagram account OP linked on his profile page here, I ball-parked the location and ran the TV Fool results. Yikes ... I ran the query assuming a 30 foot antenna. Results look a lot less promising with a lower antenna. It looks like digital NBC is an option. It also looks like analog translators carry your CBS and Fox station. ABC is available via a translator and Univision through another translator. So you're not without options for OTA television - but the analog options definitely make this a bit more difficult for Tablo purposes (but not for Live TV viewing). Note that per FCC repack rules - those analog translators only have a maximum of 3 years left anyway. They will have to switch over to digital by July 13, 2021 if they are to remain on the year.