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Where to Stream Animal Planet After You’ve Cut the Cord

Animal Planet Logo

With shows like Crikey! It’s the Irwins and The Aquarium, you can take in all the fantastic content offered by the Animal Planet channel. These services bring you all of the animal content without being locked into a cable bill.

Animal Planet Website and App

Animal Planet Website

Animal Planet has mobile apps as well as a website where you can stream its content. Unfortunately, to use this service, you just have to link your TV provider. But when you do, you’ll get access to all of the content it has.

The Animal Planet Go app is available for iPhone, iPad, Android, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Smart TV, and Xbox consoles.

Philo

Philo Home Page

For a TV subscription with more channels, Philo is a cheap option to go with. This service has 50 or more channels available for just $20 a month, which is less expensive than most live TV subscriptions. Not only do you get access to Animal Planet, but there are also local channels and more.

Hulu Live TV

Hulu logo

Hulu Live TV is a great choice if you want access to live TV as well as all that Hulu has to offer. You get 65 or more channels, including Animal Planet, Hulu Original content, and classic shows. All of this costs $55 a month.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV Welcome Page

For a little less than Hulu, YouTube TV is another live tv option for you to choose from. For $50 a month, you can watch local live channels as well as popular networks like Animal Planet and Food Network.

Kennedy Maring Kennedy Maring
Kennedy is a cord-cutting writer who is all about helping others save money. She's been a professional writer for two years, with a year of experience devoted to cord-cutting coverage. Prior to that, she enjoyed writing during her two years at Kalamazoo Valley Community College, where she majored in General Education.
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