For those who love cats and enjoy watching their cuteness overall, the Kitten Bowl is perfect for you. The bowl will showcase kittens from all over the country who were rescued and are in need of a home. From kittens who are in perfectly good health to special need kittens all having a chance of being adopted by one of the viewers every year. More than 500 shelters will show their kittens, and they will all be available for adoption from February 2- February 16.
All part of “Hallmark Channel’s evergreen pet initiative, ADOPTION EVER AFTER.”
Find out how you can watch the Kitten Bowl below.
Kitten Bowl VI Viewing Details
Date: Sunday, February 3, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM/ 1:00 C and at 5:00 PM
TV Channel: Hallmark Channel
Starring: Beth Stern and Dean Cain
How To Watch The Kitten Bowl VI Online
For those who would like to watch it online, you can simply go on any device, go to the Hallmark website and click on live. Once you do that you can sign into any of the participating providers below as long as that’s the provider you use and have your ID and password ready in hand.
How To Watch The Kitten Bowl If You Don’t Have Cable
If you don’t have a cable provider, you can use other streaming services for this such as DirectTV Now you can click here to sign up for their $40 a month services or try out their 7-day free trial. Simply cancel after seven days trial and you will not be charged.
Next, is Sling TV and you can click here to see the list of providers they offer or to sign up for their $25-$40 a month plan. If you feel you’re not interested in their plan, you can join also join for their 7-day free trial.
Click here to start you $16 a month plan with Philo or start a 7-day free trial and view a list of the many providers they offer.
PlayStation Vue also offers the same services for $45 a month, but of course, you can click here to try their 7-day to 14 days (depending on the plan you choose) before the deadline, February 3.
Another popular streaming service is Hulu and if you don’t already have it click here to enjoy Hulu’s live TV option and their one-month free trial.