As it turns out, just one History Channel wasn’t enough to satisfy the historical cravings of viewers. H2 was born in 1996 originally as History International, featuring programming for non-English speaking audiences. Over time the station, like many others, evolved to feature a wider variety of programming just like its parent company.
Many of the programs on H2 are now as popular as those on the History Channel and there are ways to keep up with them even without cable. Modern Marvels, Monsterquest, and Haunted History are just a few of the offerings from the network.
Just because you want to cut the cable cord doesn’t mean you have to miss a minute of H2’s fantastic programming. With Sling TV and other legal streaming options, you can watch H2 online without the expensive cable bundle.
Here’s how you can watch H2 live stream and on demand.
Sling TV Offers High Quality H2 Live Stream
If you’re looking for a way to watch H2 live without cable, Sling TV is your best bet. The live streaming service from Dish Network gives subscribers access to over 20 popular channels in its basic package, all delivered over your high-speed internet connection. This lineup includes H2, meaning you can watch an H2 live stream on a variety of devices, including your TV (with a streaming player, like the Roku 3 that you can get 50% off when you sign up for 3 months), phone, tablet, or computer.
In addition to an H2 live stream, Sling TV also gives you access to a rotating selection of the channel’s content on demand. This is a great way to watch your favorite H2 shows on demand whenever you like.
But H2 is only a small fraction of what you will get when you cut the cable cord and invest in Sling TV. Sports? They have ESPN and ESPN2. Food? They have Food Network. Zombies? Yeah, that’s right, I said Zombies. Don’t forget AMC for The Walking Dead. Sling TV is available starting at $20 per month for the basic package, and you don’t have to sign a contract. Cancel at any time. Check out our Sling TV review for more info.
T-Mobile Customers: Watch H2 and so much more on your qualifying T-Mobile device for $14/month for 12 full months. You’ll never have to worry about data overage charges, and you can cancel your plan at anytime. Learn how you can sign up with your T-Mobile account and start saving now.
Which H2 Shows Can You Watch on Sling TV?
Sling TV gives you access to everything H2 has to offer. You can watch the channel live and enjoy all of its great shows as they air. You can also tap into their on-demand library and catch up on past episodes.
Did you watch How the States Got Their Shapes? This exploration of the history, geography, and culture of the United States in terms of the way the map was created is quirky, fun, and hosted by Daily Show alum Brian Unger. What about Stan Lee’s Superhumans? The comic book icon hosts the show and meets up with some of the world’s most unique people with powers even Stan Lee himself couldn’t imagine.
Modern Marvels, Rise of the Machines, Brad Meltzer’s Lost History, 10 Things You Don’t Know About, and a continuous list of great historical and pop culture programming will entice your imagination and entertain the whole family. And you can watch all of H2 live streaming shows on Sling TV.
Other Ways to Watch H2 Online without Cable
Some of H2’s programming is available to watch straight from their website. Other shows can be purchased on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, or watched on Netflix after they’ve been released to the video streaming service. But none of these methods will allow you to watch the H2 live stream.
Which Devices Can You Watch H2 Online On?
You can access Sling TV through Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Nexus Player, and Xbox One devices and stream them via the apps right to your television. Your phone or tablet, whether Apple or Android, are also platforms that Sling TV can access so you can watch while you’re away from home, as well as your computer.
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