Shark Week is coming early this year – well, sort of.
The Discovery Channel is doing a Shark Week marathon all day on Saturday, April 4, and Sunday, April 5. The programming kicks off on Saturday at 9 a.m. ET with “Shark Vortex.” You can also live stream it on Sling Blue or fuboTV (7-day free trial).
Shark Week airs every July on the Discovery Channel, but it wanted to give people quarantining or isolating at home something fun to watch this weekend.
In addition to showing programming from previous years, Discovery will air Capsized: Blood in the Water on Saturday, April 4, at 9 p.m. ET. This fictional film takes on a real-life shark encounter that occurs in October 1982. The film stars Josh Duhamel, Tyler Blackburn, Beau Garrett, Rebekah Graf and Josh Close. Bob the Shark, the host of Shark After Dark, will also talk about how he’s dealing with home-isolation.
Here’s the full Shark Week in a Weekend programming schedule:
Saturday, April 4
9 a.m. EST | Shark Vortex
10 a.m. EST | Great Hammerhead Invasion
11 a.m. EST | Sharks of the Badlands
12 p.m. EST | Alien Sharks: Stranger Fins
1 p.m. EST | Air Jaws Strikes Back
2 p.m. EST | Laws of Jaws: Dangerous Waters
3 p.m. EST | Ronda Rousey Uncaged
4 p.m. EST | Phelps vs. Shark: Great Gold vs. Great White
5 p.m. EST | Shaq Does Shark Week
6 p.m. EST | Guy Fieri’s Feeding Frenzy
7 p.m. EST | Bear vs. Shark
8 p.m. EST | Expedition Unknown: Megalodon
9 p.m. EST | Capsized: Blood in the Water
11 p.m. EST | The Sharks of Headstone Hell
12 a.m. EST | Air Jaws: The Hunted
1 a.m. EST | Shark Week’s Isle of Jaws
3 a.m. EST | Sharkwrecked: Crash Landing
Sunday, April 5
9 a.m. EST | Shaq Does Shark Week
10 a.m. EST | Shark Trip: Eat. Pray. Chum.
11 a.m. EST | Monster Mako: Perfect Predator
12 p.m. EST | Shark Cam Stakeout
1 p.m. EST | Tiger Shark Invasion
2 p.m. EST | Cuba’s Secret Shark Lair
3 p.m. EST | Air Jaws: Fin of Fury
4 p.m. EST | Extinct or Alive: The Lost Shark
5 p.m. EST | Legend of the Deep Blue
6 p.m. EST | Naked and Afraid of Sharks
What channel is Shark Week in a Weekend on?
Where can I watch it if I don’t have cable?
You can watch it on Sling Blue ($20/month) or fuboTV. FuboTV ($54.99/month) is a streaming service that offers you access to your favorite TV shows, live sports events and much more. There’s a 7-day free trial when you sign up.