National Geographic’s Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron finds the Academy Award-winning director and National Geographic Explorer-at-Large revisiting his cinematic masterpiece in this special leading up to the film’s anniversary re-release. He explores the myths and mysteries of the infamous shipwrecks, and even tackles fans’ continued debate that Jack could have survived. In the special, Cameron mounts laboratory tests to see if both Rose and Jack could have fit on the raft and survived. Read on to learn how to watch Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron without cable.
- When Does it Premiere: Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron premieres Sunday, February 5, at 9:00 p.m. ET.
- Where to Watch: Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron airs on National Geographic.
- Best Way to Watch Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron: DIRECTV STREAM provides Nat Geo, so you can watch Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron as it airs, and it has a 5-day free trial.
- Best Way to Watch Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron On-Demand: Hulu (free trial) will have Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron Shows beginning Monday, February 6.
How To Stream Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron
To watch Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron when it airs, you will need one of the streaming services that carry National Geographic. I’ve listed a description of each below.
DIRECTV STREAM offers over many channels, including National Geographic, in their “Entertainment” plan for a price of $74.99 per month. The service supports Apple TV, iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and most modern web browsers. There is a 5-day free trial when signing up, allowing you to watch a good bit of Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron free. (see DIRECTV STREAM review)
Hulu Live TV offers over 60 live channels, including National Geographic, at the cost of $64.99 per month. There is no contract so if you cancel during the trial you will not be charged. The service supports iOS, Android, Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, and more. The base price includes a cloud DVR and the ability to stream on 2 devices at once, but the option to upgrade to unlimited streams. Hulu Live TV includes Hulu streaming library. (see Hulu Live TV review)
fuboTV offers over 100 live channels including National Geographic at the cost of $74.99, with upgraded plans available. The service supports iOS, Android, Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, and more. The price includes a cloud DVR and the ability to stream on 3 devices at once (see fuboTV review).
YouTube TV offers over 80 live channels, including National Geographic with three simultaneous streams and a personal cloud DVR. All this comes with a price tag of $64.99 per month. YouTube TV supports Fire TV, Android, iOS (includes airplay to Apple TV), and Chromecasts/Chromecast-compatible TVs. YouTube TV offers a free trial. (see YouTube TV review)
Sling TV provides National Geographic Channel in its “Blue” Package. They don’t offer a free trial, but the first month is only $10. (The normal monthly price is $40.) Sling TV is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and more, so it’s not a problem to enjoy Nat Geo on a TV, tablet, computer, or other smart devices. Check out this detailed review of Sling TV for more information. You can Sign up for Sling TV here.
How to Stream Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron On Hulu On Demand
Titanic: 25 Years Later with James Cameron will be available on Hulu on-demand starting Monday, February 6.
For new subscribers, Hulu offers a free trial month and then has several different monthly plans to choose from, including:
- $7.99/month with limited commercials
- $14.99/month commercial free
- $69.99/month commercial-free + live TV of up to 50 channels, as well as on-demand feature
However, the free trial is no longer available on the Live TV option.
Hulu can be watched through Hulu.com online and apps for Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire, Xbox, and mobile devices.
Interested in more information? Check out our recent review of Hulu, which does a deep dive in
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