From Dusk Till Dawn was a campy, gory bloodbath of a movie that rocked both Clooney and Tarantino before they became, well, Clooney and Tarantino. Now, nearly 20 years later, the cult vampire-crime movie has become a television series. Robert Rodriguez (who directed the movie) created a full series that expands on the story of the Gecko Brothers for his criminally under-the-radar channel El Rey Network. The show premiered to much acclaim back in 2014, and now, season two is set to kick off on Tuesday, August 25.
Eager to see what all the hype is about? Good news — you can watch From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series online even if you don’t have cable. Read on for the complete guide to watching From Dusk Till Dawn on El Rey live and on demand online.
Watch From Dusk Till Dawn Online with Sling TV
With Sling TV, you can watch From Dusk Till Dawn live stream and on demand. Sling TV is a live streaming service that gives subscribers the ability to watch a number of popular channels, including El Rey, on their TV, phone, tablet, or computer, using their internet connection. The streaming service is much more affordable than the usual cable or satellite TV package, with the basic “Best of Live TV” package offering over 20 channels for just $20 a month. Here’s what I love — there’s no contract. You pay month-to-month and cancel any time you want. Read my full Sling TV review here.
Because Sling TV offers a live stream of El Rey Network, you’ll be able to watch the From Dusk Till Dawn TV show streaming at the same time it premieres. Sling also offers a ton of El Rey content on demand, so you’ll be able to watch the show whenever you want, wherever you want. Not only that, Sling TV airs all of El Rey Network’s other programs, like Lucha Underground, so you can check it out and see why so many fans love the genre channel.
Sling TV also offers many other channels along with El Rey Network. The basic $20-a-month package comes with over 20 channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, HGTV, Food Network, Cartoon Network, and the Disney Channel.
Want to try Sling TV before spending any money? Sign up for a free 7-day trial to see how you like the service.
fuboTV Now Carries El Rey Network
There’s an all-new way to watch El Rey Network without cable. Starting in August 2015, fuboTV now streams the El Rey Network live. The live streaming service, known primarily for its live soccer offerings, will let you watch From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series online on a variety of devices, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, mobile devices, and your computer.
fuboTV is just $6.99 a month, and in addition to El Rey Network, it also offers live streams of Univision networks, BeIN Sports HD (English and Spanish), GolTV (English and Spanish), SportTV Americas, Benfica Live, Football Report TV, and fuboTV Network. You can get a free 24-hour trial, which is a great way to watch an episode and see all that the service has to offer before signing up.
Are There Other Legal Ways to Watch From Dusk Till Dawn Online?
If you’re looking to catch up on season one of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, it’s also on Netflix right now. However, Netflix won’t have season two available until long after it has aired, so it’s not a good option for staying current.
Additionally, you will be able to purchase From Dusk Till Dawn episodes the day after they air on various digital platforms, such as Amazon Instant Video and iTunes. At $1.99 and up per episode (or slightly cheaper if you get a Season Pass), this is a decent option for watching the show online, but it can get expensive if you’re trying to follow multiple TV shows this way.
The only legal way to watch From Dusk Till Dawn season two online live will be with Sling TV.
Right now, Sling TV is offering a limited-time deal that’s perfect for keeping up with the whole season. If you sign up for three months of service, you can get a free Roku Streaming Stick or 50% off a Roku 3 streaming box. Both of these streaming players are top rated, and they will allow you to watch Sling TV, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Instant Video, and over 2,000 other streaming channels directly on your TV in HD.
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