Shark Wahlberg gives some helpful tips to kickoff Shark Week right

Shark Week is (finally) here, but that doesn’t mean that Discovery is the only channel where you’ll find these awe-inspiring creatures. Animation Domination High-Def’s new Shark Walberg video gives us a very fun look at the ocean’s top predator through the eyes of a Mark Wahlberg-inspired fish. It’s not exactly the most reliable science, but it’s full of clever aquatic puns and pop culture references. And it’s always fun to rib Wahlberg — he just hates it so much.

The voice of Shark Wahlberg offers a hilarious impersonation of the actor/former rapper’s Southie accent. As the shark swims through the ocean, he tells us about the creatures who share the ocean with him. He doles out wisdom on the dangers of eating tuna, reminding us that Jeremy Piven once got mercury poisoning, and when he sees a seal, he remarks “he married Heidi Klum — I’d hit that.”

We also get a brief biography: Not only does Shark Wahlberg reveal that he was the star of “Boogie Sharks,” we also find out he doesn’t appreciate being called Sharky Shark, and he plays golf and eats stingrays for fun. Along the way, he even comes across humans making a shark documentary. “They said they want to tag me,” he says. “You can’t tag me; I’m not on Facebook.”

The video ties in perfectly with Shark Week and is so entertaining that we wish that Shark Wahlberg got seven days’ worth of videos too. We can keep hoping, but regardless, there is plenty of other Animation Domination High-Def content to occupy our time. According to its YouTube page, the Fox-owned company airs cartoons on FXX, as well as “all over the Internet all the time for people that don’t have time to wait for their TV.”

Shark Week is now officially in full force, so happy hunting.

Movies & TV

'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' will seem muddled to mere muggles

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald brings magizoologist Newt Scamander back for more adventures, but the sequel to 2016's Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them takes a very deep dive into Potter-verse lore.
Movies & TV

Out of movies to binge? Our staff picks the best flicks on Hulu right now

From classics to blockbusters, Hulu offers some great films to its subscribers. Check out the best movies on Hulu, whether you're into charming adventure tales or gruesome horror stories.
Home Theater

The best movies on Netflix in November, from 'Buster Scruggs’ to ‘Dracula’

Save yourself from hours wasted scrolling through Netflix's massive library by checking out our picks for the streamer's best movies available right now, whether you're into explosive action, witty humor, or anything else.
Emerging Tech

Here’s all the best tech gear and gadgetry that survived Shark Tank

The television show "Shark Tank" has churned out quite a few strange, interesting, and downright awesome products -- so we rounded up some of the best ones for your perusal. Enjoy!

These are the best Xbox One games available right now

More than four years into its life span, Microsoft's latest console is finally coming into its own. From 'Cuphead' to 'Halo 5,' the best Xbox One games offer something for everyone.
Movies & TV

How to watch NFL games online, with or without cable

The NFL's 2018 season is here, and we know you don't want to miss a moment of the action. Our comprehensive streaming guide will show you all the best options to watch the games online so you can make the right choice.
Movies & TV

More cast members join Jordan Peele’s ‘The Twilight Zone’ reboot

Get Out writer and director Jordan Peele is developing and hosting a reboot of the classic sci-fi anthology series The Twilight Zone for CBS All Access, and the cast for the first season is filling out with some familiar faces.
Movies & TV

‘Moonlight’ film studio A24 to produce movies for Apple

Indie movie studio A24 has entered into an agreement to produce films for Apple. The studio is best known for bringing Oscar-winning drama Moonlight to audiences, as well as Room and Ex Machina.
Home Theater

From game consoles to 4K UHD spinners, these are the best Blu-ray players

Streaming may be popular, but the disc isn't dead yet. To get the very best picture and sound quality from your system, you need to be watching Blu-ray or 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs, and these are the best Blu-ray players you can buy.
Home Theater

What’s new on Amazon Prime Video (December 2018)

Amazon Prime Video adds new titles each month that are available for free to all Prime members. Check out our list to find all the content hitting Amazon Prime Video in November and December 2018, from new original series to classic films.

Remembering Stan Lee, Fantastic Beasts 2 review, Apple goes Hollywood

This week on Between the Streams, we'll discuss the passing of comics and entertainment legend Stan Lee, a spoiler-free review of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Apple's new partnership with indie movie studio A24, and more.
Movies & TV

The best shows on Netflix, from 'The Haunting of Hill House’ to ‘The Good Place’

Looking for a new show to binge? Lucky for you, we've curated a list of the best shows on Netflix, whether you're a fan of outlandish anime, dramatic period pieces, or shows that leave you questioning what lies beyond.

College sports are yours to watch live online with an ESPN+ free trial

It can be difficult to catch all the college games, especially for smaller conferences. Well, thanks to ESPN+ that’s no longer the case. Now, you won't need to miss any of your alma mater rival games.

You can now watch soccer games online with streaming service ESPN+

Launched back in April, ESPN+ is a direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service. For a mere $5 a month or $50 per year, you can have access to the best sports content available including multiple soccer leagues.