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How to Watch ‘SharkFest 2020’ Online – Live Stream All Shows

By Gabriela Vatu / July 17, 2020

It’s summer again, so we’re back to celebrating sharks all over again. SharkFest is kicking off on National Geographic and Nat Geo Wild soon enough, and we’re going to check how we can watch everything.

This will be the eighth SharkFest that National Geographic Networks will feature, and it’s going to have loads of cool documentaries and shows to help us learn more about sharks, how we can help protect them, and more.

When Is SharkFest 2020?

SharkFest is kicking off on July 19th and will last through Sunday, August 9th. The documentaries are going to be broadcast by both National Geographic and Nad Geo Wild.

What’s the 2020 SharkFest Schedule?

SharkFest is going to feature loads of documentaries and shows, and they’ll get reruns on Nat Geo Wild later on, so you have time to catch up anytime.

2020 SharkFest
Show National Geographic Date and Time Nat Geo Wild Date and Time
World’s Biggest Tiger Shark July 19th, 8 PM August 11, 9 PM
When Sharks Attack July 20, 9 PM Recaps every week
Sharks vs. Dolphins: Blood Battle July 20, 10 PM August 9, 7 PM
Sharkcano July 21, 10 PM August 12, 7 PM
Secrets of the Bull Shark July 22, 10 PM August 12, 9 PM
Most Wanted Sharks July 23, 10 PM August 11, 7 PM
50 Shades of Sharks July 24, 10 PM August 9, 10 PM
Raging Bull Shark July 26, 8 PM August 13, 7 PM
Sharks of the Bermuda Triangle July 27, 10 PM August 13, 6 PM
Shark vs. Whale July 28, 10 PM August 18, 10 PM
What the Shark? July 29, 10 PM August 20, 10 PM
Mega Hammerhead: Ultimate Predator July 30, 10 PM ---
Shark vs. Surfer August 2, 8 PM August 13, 9 PM

How Can I Watch the 2020 SharkFest Online?

SharkFest is always a really cool event to follow as we learn more about these beautiful creatures. Watching it online is super-easy to do nowadays since we have more live TV platforms available that enable us to keep up with all your favorite content from anywhere we may be. Hulu is one of our preferred platforms, as it features a single bundle of channels.

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On top of all of these, you can add extra channel packs and premium networks, so you have more cool stuff to enjoy. When you subscribe to Hulu, you also get access to the Hulu On-Demand library, so you basically have two platforms in one.

Hulu works on loads of devices, so you can get it for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and more.

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Hulu only works in the United States, so if you’re traveling abroad, you will need a VPN. You can click here to get more information on how you can make things work.

Other Ways to Watch the 2020 SharkFest Online

There are numerous ways you can enjoy TV today, and while Hulu is one of our favorites, it doesn’t mean it’s the only way. In fact, we’re going to list a few other methods you can enjoy SharkFest online, so keep on reading.

Sling TV - Sling TV is a solid option for those who want to watch TV online and have a ton of ways to customize their subscriptions to make them theirs. There are three bundles on Sling TV, but National Geographic and Nat Geo Wild are only part of two of them, namely Blue and Orange + Blue. When you choose, you need to be well aware that there are some differences between the bundles.

More specifically, they go much deeper than the number of channels you can watch or the price. Blue subscribers can view content on up to three devices simultaneously, and Orange + Blue subscribers get four simultaneous streams. On top of these, you can add any channel packs or premium networks you enjoy. Watch 3 Days Free on Sling TV Now!

YouTube TV - YouTube TV is another option for those who want to watch TV online. This platform features a single bundle of channels, but it is home to both National Geographic and Nat Geo Wild. There are no extra channel packs here, but there are quite a few premium networks, so you might want to look those up as well.

On YouTube TV, all subscribers get some awesome perks in the form of three simultaneous streams for an account and unlimited cloud DVR storage space.

How Can I Watch the 2020 SharkFest From Abroad?

If you’re hoping to watch SharkFest from abroad, you should know there are some extra steps you need to take. Live TV platforms and streaming services in the United States are geo-blocked, so you won’t be able to access them as easily as you do from home. You can fix the problem by using a VPN to change your IP address so that you appear to be in the United States rather than anywhere else. This way, the platform will believe you are are in the US and allow your access.

When it comes to which platforms to use, our recommendation is ExpressVPN because it’s such a cool tool, with thousands of servers all over the world and some great privacy features - which will undoubtedly come in handy.

To set up an account, you have to subscribe to the service (49% OFF), figure out which apps to download, and connect to a US-based server. Keep in mind that they offer a 30-day money-back guarantee, so you can take advantage of it if you are not happy with your product.

Will I Be Able to Binge-Watch SharkFest?

All the SharkFest shows will be available to stream on the National Geographic website, but it will take a little while before that happens. You will also be able to watch everything over on Disney+.



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