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Fresh off announcing his WWE retirement at Money in The Bank, John Cena is diving into Shark Week. Cena will debut as host of the weeklong event featuring 21 hours of programming starting on Sunday (July 7).

“I usually do Shark Week from my couch — with lots of snacks, but this year I’m beyond excited to host the week dedicated to the endlessly fascinating action heroes of the Ocean,” Cena said in a statement in May. “It’s a wild week of shocking new footage, new discoveries and lots and lots of teeth.”

See below for ways to watch and stream Shark Week without cable.

Where to Watch & Stream ‘Shark Week’ Episodes

Shark Week premieres on the Discovery Channel on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Episodes will also be available to stream on Max.

If you want to watch Discovery Channel and other cable channels for free for up to a week, subscribe to DIRECTV or Philo. The cable network is also available on streaming platforms like Fubo, Hulu + Live TV and Sling TV (use ExpressVPN to stream internationally).

Philo offers one of the most affordable streaming plans for live television. It’s free to stream for the first week and $28/month after the free trial.

The subscription lets you watch 70+ cable channels, including Discovery Channel, OWN, Lifetime, Hallmark, WEtv, BET, MTV, Nickelodeon, FYI, Food Network, TLC, TV One, TV Land, Paramount Network and HGTV.

Interested in network TV? With DIRECTV Stream, you can enjoy 90+ local and cable channels for less than $80/month. Plus, you can add Max, Paramount+ with Showtime, STARZ and Cinemax to your streaming plan.

Hulu + Live TV and Fubo offer plans under $100 and free trials for up to a week (three days for Hulu, one week for Fubo). If you’re looking for another budget-friendly way to stream cable channels, Sling TV starts at $20 for the first month.

Max is $9.99/month to stream content from HBO, Discovery Channel, CNN and Max Originals. The platform features sporting events too.

Shark Week Schedule

Shark Week launches on Sunday with “Belly of the Beasts: Bigger and Bloodier” premiering at 8 p.m.

The episode features marine biologist Dr. Austin Gallagher, marine scientist Liv Dixon and cameraman Kina Scollay traveling “into the belly of a 29-foot whale decoy with new shark attractant features to create the biggest feeding frenzy ever with 18-foot ‘Breeder’ sharks in New Zealand,” per Warner Bros.

Sunday’s schedule includes “Jaws vs. Leviathan,” “Makozilla” and “Sydney Harbor Shark Invasion.”

Shark Week continues on Monday, July 8, with “Big Shark Energy” at 8 p.m., “Shark Frenzy: Mating Games” at 9 p.m. and “Great White: Serial Killer Sea of Blood” at 10 p.m. The remainder of the week will include episodes such as “Deadliest Bite,” “Alien Sharks: Ghost of Japan,” “Monsters of Oz,” “The Real Sharknado” and “Sharktopia.”

See the full schedule below.

July 7 (8-11 p.m.)

Belly of the Beast: Bigger and Bloodier

Jaws vs. Leviathan

Makozilla

Sydney Harbor Shark Invasion

July 8 (8-10 p.m.)

Big Shark Energy

Shark Frenzy: Mating Games

Great White Serial Killer: Sea of Blood

July 9 (8-10 p.m.)

Deadliest Bite

6000 LB Shark

Monster Hammerheads: Species X

July 10 (8-10 p.m.)

Great White North

Expedition Unknown: Sharks vs. Nazis in Paradise

Alien Sharks: Ghosts of Japan

July 11 (8-10 p.m.)

Monsters of Oz

Caught When Sharks Attack

Great White Danger Zone

July 12 (8-10 p.m.)

The Real Sharknado

Sharks of the Dead Zone

Shark Attack Island

July 13 (8-9 p.m.)

Sharktopia

Mothersharker: Hammer Time

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