Zoo is based on the James Patterson novel of the same name. Jackson Oz is a zoologist overseeing the safaris in Africa. It's not long before he notices animals are acting strange. As the assaults escalate, it begins to appear that they are coordinated attacks. Jackson is in a race to figure out what's happening so that humans are not forced into hiding, or worse, left extinct. Do you want to watch Zoo online? CBS is the Zoo channel. This is good news for cord cutters because it means that you can watch Zoo without cable. The Zoo airtime will return on Thursday, June 29 at 10 p.m. ET. While you can certainly stream Zoo episodes on your TV with a digital antenna, there are other ways to watch Zoo online. That's what this guide is here for. Just keep reading and you'll learn how to watch Zoo streaming.
Watch the Zoo Live Stream on CBS All Access
CBS All Access has plans starting at $6/month (with limited commercials) or $10/month (no commercials). This gives you access to the complete lineup of CBS shows, many with full seasons, exclusive content, full seasons of classic shows, and even some movies! In most cities, you will receive the Zoo live stream. Currently, CBS All Access offers the CBS live stream in about 80% of the country. In the rest of the country, you'll be able to stream Zoo episodes as soon as the next day, after they air. You can watch Zoo streaming on Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, and mobile devices. You can watch Zoo online free. In order to do that, you'll need to sign up for the CBS All Access free trial. You'll have a full week of free service available. Any other questions can probably be answered by reading the CBS All Access review.
Watch the Zoo Live Stream on PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is the other option you have if you want to watch Zoo without cable. PS Vue has four packages, and all of them offer CBS. In terms of the live stream, about 80 markets receive live stream access and the rest are able to watch Zoo streaming on-demand. PS Vue also has a cloud-based DVR, though CBS programming is blocked from this feature. It is however, available for the other 45+ channels you'll be able to watch. The basic PS Vue package starts at $30/month and includes Cartoon Network, FOX News, OWN, MSNBC, ESPN, Syfy, AMC, Discovery, and much more! You can stream Zoo episodes during the Zoo air time or on-demand with Chromecast, PS3/PS4, Amazon Fire TV, iOS, and Roku. Mobile restrictions will restrict your usage out of the home, but you can use TV Everywhere apps to watch many of the channels you get on PS Vue. A 5-day trial will give you a chance to watch Zoo online free. You can check our PS Vue review to learn more.
Is Zoo on Hulu?
You can't stream Zoo episodes on Hulu. As Hulu doesn't offer many CBS shows, it's probably not likely that Zoo streaming will be available any time soon. Our Hulu review has added information.
Is Zoo on Amazon Prime?
Right now, Zoo streaming is not a part of Amazon Prime. If you want to watch Zoo online, there are other ways to do it. You can learn more in our Prime Video review.
Is Zoo on Netflix?
You won't have access to the Zoo live stream, and you won't be able to stream Zoo episodes from this season, but previous seasons are available! With Netflix, you can watch original content, TV shows, and movies. Netflix memberships vary based on the visual quality of the streams (HD or Ultra HD) and how many streams you'd like to run at one time. The max is four and that package is $11.99/month. The smallest is one stream and that's $7.99/month. You can stream Zoo episodes on most streaming devices. A 30-day trial is available, which gives you time to watch Zoo online free! Questions can be easily answered when you read our Netflix review.
What Channel is Zoo On?
The Zoo channel is CBS. This means a couple of things. It means that you can watch Zoo without cable. It also means you can use services like CBS All Access to watch Zoo online. What else do you need to know? If you have questions, our comments are the right place to ask how to watch Zoo online!
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