Shark Week on the Discovery Channel is for many a tradition. One of the shows during this time is called Shark Vortex. This documentary/reality style show studies the events of the Gulf Stream. An event that brings 30 species of sharks into the waters of southern New England. In 2017, it will be aired on Monday, July 24 at 8 PM. If you don’t have a cable or satellite subscription, you can still watch it without either one.
If you are a fan of Shark Week, it may be hard to believe that will be 30 years old next year. It is the one time of the year that all the programming on the Discovery Channel is dedicated to sharks. They will talk about all the different shark species and likely discuss the legend behind the movie series Jaws. The Shark Vortex will give you all that and more. That is why we wanted to provide you with different ways to watch the show and the rest of the week. We’ll list them below so you can take a look at them. If you are traveling outside the US, be sure to connect to a VPN to watch.
Use PlayStation Vue to stream Shark Vortex
The PlayStation Vue streaming service (often called PS Vue) is another option you have. It offers the user more than 45 channels for $40 a month without a contract. Those channels include Discovery Channel, Bravo, Fox, NBCSN, ESPN, and much more. PS Vue does not only focus on sports but gives you other popular choices as well. It is one of the only services to offer the big 4 US networks. PSVue is offering a 5-day free trial to new users.
It is compatible with PS3, PS4, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android, and others. With this one, you have the option of streaming up to 5 devices at one time, and you can also stream and play video games. Those factors make PS Vue a good option to stream the show.
Using DirecTV Now to watch Shark Vortex
DirecTV Now is the stand alone version of the satellite provider, DirecTV. Though some of the streaming services we mention here are focused more on sports, this one has the goal of being a total package. It provides the subscriber more than 60 channels in the starting package for $35 a month with no contract. Those include the Discovery Channel, NBCSN, USA, Fox, TNT, and many others. You can add HBO and other channels for an additional amount. It also includes more than 10,000 on demand channels. You can sign up for a 7-day free trial to see if DirecTV Now is right for you.
The service is usable on Chromecast, Android, iOS, Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. If you are planning on streaming from your PC or Mac, you will need to use Google Chrome or Safari. You are allowed to use 2 devices at one time, and there is a rewind feature so you can replay up to the last 72 hours of TV.