Sure, a lot of people are talking about this “Super Bowl” thing today, but we all know that the game everyone’s really interested in is the Puppy Bowl.
Now in its 15th year, Puppy Bowl XV is set to kick off at 3 pm ET today. This year’s lineup includes 39 puppies that are ready for anything, especially being adopted (they’re all eligible for adoption).
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If you want to catch the epic throw down between “Team Ruff” and “Team Fluff” you’ll need access to Animal Planet.
If puppies aren’t your thing, or you’re just looking for more cute fur ball content (aren’t we all?), the 6th Kitten Bowl, Kitten Bowl IV is kicking off an hour earlier at 2pm on the Hallmark Channel.
If you have cable, the smart man move here is to tune into these on your television. That said, if you don’t have cable or even a television you still have a few options:
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DirecTV Now and PlayStation Vue
If you want to watch the Kitten Bowl, Puppy Bowl, and the traditional Super Bowl DirecTV and PlayStation Vue are your only two options. Both offer access to all three channels and have a free trial option. Outside of a free trial, DirecTV Now is $40/mo and Playstation Vue is $45/month.
Hulu With Live TV
Hulu With Live TV will give you access to the Puppy Bowl (and the real Super Bowl), but doesn’t offer access to the Hallmark Channel. If you’re ok missing out on the kitten’s puurfect battle, Hulu offers a free trial of the service you can use to catch the puppy and human matchups. If you forget to cancel it, the service will run you $40 a month.
If you want to see the puppies and kittens but don’t care about the Super Bowl, now’s a good time to give Philo a try. The live television streaming service offers access to both the Hallmark Channel and Animal Planet for $16 a month but doesn’t offer access to CBS where the human version is going down later in the afternoon. If you haven’t used the service before you can try it out for 7 days for free. AT&T’s Watch TV also offers access to both for $15 a month.