Shark Week's Impossible Shot
A team of wildlife cameramen head to South Africa to try to capture a great white shark performing a Polaris breach, an explosive vertical jump that has never been caught on film from above.
Designers create a 52-foot mechanical mega-shark based on the prehistoric megalodon. Informed by the latest in scientific discovery and extrapolations of fossil evidence, this realistic model brings the past to life.
Adrift: 47 Days With Sharks
The true story of Louis Zamperini and two other airmen, who crashed into the South Pacific and survived for 47 days on a life raft in shark-infested waters.
Shark Week's 25 Best Bites
Internet personality Philip DeFranco explores the top 25 greatest breaches, bites and brushes of Shark Week. Veteran wildlife filmmakers share their favorite memories and adventures.
Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives
Marine biologists launch an ambitious but risky investigation to identify the predator responsible for sinking a charter boat and killing four passengers.
Return of Jaws
Shark experts deploy a robotic sub to track and film a great white for the first time. As the shark moves up the coast to a beach full of swimmers, analysis reveals Cape Cod could be the mating grounds of Atlantic great whites.
There have been rumors of a monster shark living in bayous of Louisiana. A team of Cajun fishermen head out to prove its existence while a shark scientist attempts to research bull sharks living in a freshwater lake just outside of New Orleans.
Wildlife filmmakers travel the globe, investigating whether the destruction of sharks by humans could actually be causing an increase in the number of shark attacks.
Jaws Strikes Back
Marine biologist Greg Skomal and the REMUS SharkCam team travel to the remote Pacific island of Guadalupe to film the hunting behavior of the largest great white sharks on earth.
Air Jaws: Fin of Fury
Using incredible new cameras and high-tech underwater gadgetry, shark filmmaker Jeff Kurr and his team embark on a worldwide mission to track down the missing mega-shark Colossus.
Shark of Darkness: Wrath of Submarine
Submarine is a 30-foot great white shark that has terrorized the shores of South Africa for decades. Locals believe this shark is responsible for countless fatal attacks, but its existence has never been proven.
For more than 60 years, reports of a monster hammerhead over 20-feet long have circulated throughout Florida. Now, a team of scientists and anglers explore the waters of the world's largest hammerheads to see if these stories are true.
Spawn of Jaws: The Birth
Dr. Michael Domeier continues his quest to find the location of the great white spawning grounds. This two-year mission follows the journey of a pregnant great white called Gil Rakers as she prepares to give birth.
I Escaped Jaws II
Shark attacks victims recount their terrifying, near-death experiences and reveal how they escaped with their lives.
Surf legend Kala Alexander sets out to uncover the truth behind a series of tiger shark attacks along the shores of Hawaii.
Megalodon: The New Evidence
Collin Drake returns to share new details of his case and present shocking new evidence of the existence of the megalodon, an enormous prehistoric shark that could still be roaming the oceans.
Shark expert Greg Skomal and a team of engineers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution embark on a mission to find out why great white shark sightings in Florida are on the rise.
Island of the Mega Shark
Shark experts Andy Casagrande and Jeff Kurr join forces with marine life photographer Dickie Chivell at Guadalupe Island, Mexico. Theories suggest mega sharks may come to feed and mate at this great white hot spot
A team of marine biologists set out to clock the top speed of the fastest shark in the ocean -- the mako. A second crew aims to prove makos are ambush predators that breach to kill their prey, just like great whites..
Return of the Great White Serial Killer
Since 2008, Surf Beach, California, has been struck by shark attacks every two years in October. Is it the same shark? And can DNA be used to identify the massive 16-foot-plus killer?
Alien Sharks: Close Encounters
Deep below the ocean's surface live some of the strangest marine animals on earth. Three expeditions are exploring those depths for sharks that glow in the dark, and they are hoping for a close encounter with alien sharks.
Tiburones: Sharks of Cuba
For the first time ever, a team of American and Cuban shark experts investigate the shark population in the seas surrounding Cuba where a 21-foot great white named El Monstruo was caught in 1945.
At the apex of the ocean's food chain are six swift and deadly sharks. These stealthy assassins exploit prey with specialized adaptations, making them the most fearsome predators on the planet.
Sharks of the Shadowland
Shark attack survivor Jenny Oliver and researcher Kina Scollay investigate why Sevengill sharks are targeting divers off the coast of New Zealand.
Sharksanity: The Return
We scoured the seas to bring you the greatest moments from Shark Week 2015! Only the closest calls, biggest bites and greatest gadgets made the cut! Then we're revealing viewers' top picks for the best of Shark Week history.
Legend of Dynamite
A team of wildlife filmmakers track the incredible journey of a spunky teenage great white named Dynamite as he earns his stripes in the treacherous waters off South Africa.
Air Jaws: Walking With Great Whites
World-renowned shark photographer Chris Fallows descends to the bottom of the ocean floor to explore the mysterious underworld of great white sharks.
Isle of Jaws
Shark photographer Andy Casagrande and marine biologist Dr. Jonathan Werry get up close and personal with a dozen large great whites sharks in the hopes of solving two great white secrets -- where they mate and where they have their young.
Shark Week Sharktacular 2016
Eli Roth hosts the must-see survival guide to America's favorite week with exclusive sneak peaks, viral videos and the greatest sharks in Shark Week history.
Tiger sharks are known for their killing power and voracious appetite, but little is known about where they mate and where the females give birth. Dr. Neil Hammerschlag travels to the shallow waters of the Bahamas called Tiger Beach to find answers.
Return of the Monster Mako
Professional shark tagger Keith Poe and marine biologists Greg Stuntz and Matt Ajemain use state-of-the-art technology to document the hunting techniques of a 1,000-pound mako shark.
Shallow Water Invasion
Using a self-propelled shark cage called The Explorer, marine biologists Mauricio Hoyos and Grant Johnson investigate a recent discovery at Guadalupe Island -- great whites moving into shallow waters at night.
Jaws of the Deep
Dr. Greg Skomal and the SharkCam team return to Guadalupe Island in search of Deep Blue, the world's largest great white shark. During their mission they deploy two robot subs, and what they find is truly remarkable.
Sharks Among Us
Sharks attacks on humans and sharks killed by humans are increasing around globe, but Dr. Craig O'Connell believes he has developed a system that will prove once and for all that shark and people can peacefully coexist -- and live!
Wrath of a Great White Serial Killer
A deadly newcomer has taken residence in the waters of the Pacific Northwest, leaving behind frightened eyewitnesses and bitten surfers. Shark experts Ralph Collier and Brandon McMillan seek answers to why the great whites travel so far north.
Air Jaws: Night Stalker
Famed shark photographer Chris Fallows embarks on his eighth Air Jaws adventure with shark expert Jeff Kurr and shark biologist Dr. Neil Hammerschlag as they discover how great white sharks hunt in total darkness.
Dr. Michael Domeier and Dr. Barry Bruce go looking for rare oceanic white tip sharks to see if the species deserves the reputation as the deadliest shark. Using cutting-edge research and historical evidence, the scientists are spooked by what they find.
Sharks vs. Dolphins: Face Off
Dr. Mike Heithaus and his team set out into a hostile and dangerous environment to study the relationship between dolphins and sharks. What they find during their research could solve one of the oceans deepest mysteries.
Philippe and Ashlan Cousteau travel with marine biologist Luke Tipple to Bikini Atoll, the nuclear testing site famously destroyed during the Cold War. During their travels they discover a large population of reef sharks and what they find is shocking.
Dr. Craig O’Connell and photographer Andy Casagrande trek through the rainforests of Costa Rica to investigate why young bull sharks swim up the Serena River and how they avoid the very large American crocodiles living there.
There's a new battleground on the map for seals and great whites called Cape Cod. Dr. Greg Skomal and his team wonder: what are the sharks doing here, and what is Cape Cod's future if the number of seals and sharks continue to increase?
Dr. Barbara Block has been studying the white sharks off of California for more than 27 years. Now, with breakthrough camera and tracking technology, she’s giving viewers a portrait of a formerly unseen domain. She calls it the Blue Serengeti.
We scour the seas to bring you the greatest moments from Shark Week 2016! Only the closest calls, biggest bites and greatest gadgets made the cut! Then we're revealing viewers' top picks for the best of Shark Week history.
The Killing Games
Dr. Jonathan Werry and Andy Casagrande travel to a special location in south Australia to research a new great white hunting strategy where they no longer wait for seals to enter the ocean -- they come out of the water and snatch them from the shore!
Master of Horror Eli Roth presents the official countdown to Shark Week 2017. There's sneak peeks at brand-new shows, a countdown of the top 5 close calls in Shark Week History and a variety of viewer-submitted viral videos.
Great White Serial Killer Lives
Dr. Michael Domeier returns to Shark Week with a group of experts to find out if great white attacks in California are committed by the same shark.
Phelps vs. Shark: Great Gold vs. Great White
Sharks are the world's fastest and most efficient predators. Michael Phelps is our greatest champion to ever get in the water. A Shark Week first brings an event so monumental, no one has ever attempted it before. It's Phelps vs. Shark and the race is on!
Great Hammerhead Invasion
Shark Week's Dr. Guttridge tags and follows giant hammerhead sharks to learn what brings them to Bimini in the Bahamas in early November.
Greg Skomal and Joe Romiero study the annual phenomenon that brings 30 species of shark into the waters of southern New England.
Return to the Isle of Jaws
Shark Week divers and scientists unlock the mysteries of a new great white hotspot known as Isle of Jaws.
Alien Sharks: Stranger Fins
Shark Week experts are in search of some of the world's strangest sharks. Dr. Craig O'Connell goes to the Bass Strait for sawsharks while Victoria Elena Vasquez and Dr. David Ebert go into the Tokyo Bay to find the goblin shark and a luminescent shark.
The Lost Cage
Underwater cameraman Devon Massyn and a team of explorers act as human lures as they float in a one-of-a-kind shark cage, 500 miles into the Gulf of Mexico, where they hope to encounter its deadliest predator.
Across the world sharks congregate and concentrate around volcanoes and volcanic islands. Dr. Mike Heithaus dives into nature's infernos to find out why they are shark hot spots.
Dr. Hazin heads to Brazil to use a shark-transport method to reduce the number of shark attacks on humans.
Marine biologist Ornella Weideli teams with Dr. Tristan Guttridge to find out why sharks come together at various times of the year. Together, they explore the different locations around the world where the sharks socialize, hunt, swarm and spiral.
African Shark Safari
Craig O'Connell and his team investigate why a great white shark from South Africa traveled 1,500 miles up the the African coast to the remote island nation of Madagascar.
Lair of the Sawfish
Luke Tipple returns to Shark Week with his team to unravel the mystery behind one of the ocean's strangest and rarest creatures -- the sawfish.
Shark Week 2017 presents the ultimate rundown of the greatest moments of the year. This adrenaline-spiking collection features the closets calls, biggest bites, greatest gadgets and viewers' top picks for the best of Shark Week history.
Shark School With Michael Phelps
Michael Phelps travels to the Bimini Shark Lab to visit Shark Week veteran Doc Gruber and Dr. Tristan Gutteridge to learn everything shark. They dispel the myths and common misconceptions and also teach Michael how to safely dive with sharks.
Shark Week's 50 Best Bites
Craig Ferguson, Tracy Morgan, Andy Samberg and more celebrate Shark Week's 30th anniversary by counting down the 50 greatest Shark Week moments of all time.
Bear vs. Shark
Bear Grylls has survived almost every land-based scenario imaginable, but he's now taking on a new set of challenges. He pushes the limits with breathtaking acts like chumming from a helicopter, diving into a feeding frenzy and even acting as human bait.
Ronda Rousey Uncaged
UFC fighter Ronda Rousey trains to go face-to-face with the ultimate fighter of the sea -- the great mako shark.
Top shark scientists use new satellite technology to help conserve shark populations that are dwindling worldwide.
Great White Abyss
Marine biologist Dr. Mauricio Hoyos joins shark diver Jimi Partington and cinematographer Andy Casagrande on a combination of deep-water cage and submarine dives looking for the biggest great whites in the deep seas of the hotspot, Guadalupe Island.
Cuba's Secret Shark Lair
Sightings of huge sharks around Cuba have long puzzled scientists. Now, two research teams have gained permission to delve into this mystery. One looks for a massive hammerhead in the south, while the other hunts a monstrous great white to the north.
Guy Fieri's Feeding Frenzy
Shark Week teams up with Guy Fieri and his son Hunter in the Bahamas to experience local cuisine and explore and understand what makes the waters around these islands ideal for such a wide variety of shark species.
Laws of Jaws
Expert divers Liz Parkinson, Mike Dornellas and Nick LeBouf join cameraman Andy Casagrande to find out what's behind the rise in shark attacks by re-enacting five harrowing real-life encounters in the most daring shark experiment ever conducted.
Air Jaws: The Hunted
In 2017, five great whites washed up on South African beaches -- eaten alive by orcas. Conservationist Chris Fallows and filmmakers Jeff Kurr and Andy Casagrande join biologist Alison Towner's search for the killers and the solution to saving the sharks.
Air Jaws: Back from the Dead
Since orcas killed or drove off great whites from the coast of South Africa, Jeff Kurr and Chris Fallows head to New Zealand to search for a new location to document these "flying" sharks launching out of the ocean to attack seals.
Dr. Greg Skomal and the Woods Hole team go to the Bahamas to investigate bull and hammerhead sharks. Under the guidance of Doc Gruber and Dr. Tristan Guttridge of the Bimini Shark Lab, they learn about the hunting techniques of these fierce predators.
Sharkcam Strikes Back
SharkCam Strikes Back celebrates the remarkable discoveries the team has made in the last six years! From napping great whites to SharkCam being attacked, we're taking a tongue-in-cheek look at some of the highlights -- and disasters -- from the past.
It's the most dangerous stunt Shark Week has ever undertaken. Paul de Gelder and James Glancy spend two days floating with sharks with no food, water or sleep. As their physical condition deteriorates, the sharks grow increasingly confident.
Tiger Shark Invasion
Dr. Neil Hammerschlag leads a team that includes cameraman Joe Romeiro and local expert Alex Hearn to the Galapagos to document how, in the last 10 years, tiger sharks have reset the underwater order in one of the sharkiest places on the planet.
Megalodon: Fact vs Fiction
Experts attempt to paint an accurate picture depicting the life and hunting habits of history's largest shark -- Megalodon.
Great White Shark Babies
A group of pregnant female great whites are migrating to Guadalupe for one last big feed of seals before having their pups. Dr. Mauricio Hoyos and a group of specialists track them to Baja to confirm a birthing ground to be protected.
Return of the Megashark
One of Shark Week's most exciting missions has been the search for the largest great whites in the world. Now, Jeff Kurr and Andy Casagrande look for megasharks in waters off the coast of New Zealand while revisiting the discoveries from the past.
Expedition Unknown: Megalodon
Josh Gates travels to Mexico and South Africa in search of fossilized megalodon teeth. Alongside fellow paleontologists and shark experts, he dives into shark-infested waters to find out what happened to the mighty Meg.
Shark Trip: Eat Prey Chum
Explorer Rob Riggle attempts to land his own Shark Week special by getting his celebrity friends in the water with sharks.
Sharks of the Badlands
White sharks are in the waters off Cape Cod. Greg Skomal joins Kina Scollay in New Zealand to test new technology for detecting sharks. If all goes well, they will bring it to Cape Cod to make the water safe again.
Legend of Deep Blue
Brandon McMillan and Jimi Partington return to Guadalupe Island to search for the largest great white in the world. If they find Deep Blue, they may be able to shed light on the mysteries of these deep-sea mega sharks.
The Sharks of Headstone Hell
Some of the largest tiger sharks on Earth gather at Norfolk Island, drawn by animal carcasses tossed into the sea. Experts attempt to find out if this practice has led to attacks on humans. With Sharkmania facts and bonus scenes.
Sharkwrecked: Crash Landing
Paul de Gelder and James Glancy team up again off the coast of Palau to bail out of an aircraft at 3500 feet to experience what it's like to crash into some of the world's most shark-infested waters. How will the sharks behave? Will the men get attacked?
Laws of Jaws: Dangerous Waters
Back by popular demand, Four shark professionals put themselves in the line of fire as they re-enact five real-life attacks to see if they can uncover the keys to survival. No cages allowed.
Air Jaws Strikes Back
Neil Hammershlag and Enrico Gennari use a drone-towed seal decoy to study and capture harrowing and dramatic battles between sharks and seals in the waters off South Africa.
Extinct or Alive: The Lost Shark
Wildlife biologist Forrest Galante travels to the Maldives to search for the supposedly extinct Pondicherry shark. With the ability to swim in fresh or saltwater, Forrest must search the deep ocean, jungle rivers and more.
Capsized: Blood in the Water
Based on a true story, in October 1982 a yacht bound for Florida capsizes during an unexpected storm, leaving the crew to drift for days in the cold, shark-infested waters. They must do everything in their power to survive as the sharks hunt them.
Return to Shark Island
Reunion Island shark encounters are on the rise leaving the locals afraid to get in the water. Shark scientists investigate the ongoing shark crisis to find a way for sharks and people to coexist and live peacefully.
Great White Kill Zone: Guadalupe
Great whites stalk and attack their prey by surprise. To figure out how they do it in the crystal-clear waters of Guadalupe, scientists use cutting-edge technology and special cameras to record never-before-seen hunting behavior.
Monster Mako: Perfect Predator
The search is on for the elusive grander mako, the largest of its kind in the world. Brand new footage captured off the coast of California reveals rare Mako behavior.
Isle of Jaws: Blood Brothers
Two great white shark males, believed to be brothers, are at the heart of a mystery. Could these animals recognize, and prefer the company of, a blood relative? A team ventures to the famed Isle of Jaws off the West Australian coast and finds the answers.
Andrew Mayne: Ghost Diver
Master illusionist Andrew Mayne attempts to create the first-of-its-kind shark suit to overcome the senses of a great white shark and make him invisible to the world's most perfect predator.
I Was Prey: Shark Week
In Southern California, a woman is enjoying a relaxing day at the beach when she's confronted with a great white shark that drags her underwater. Off the northern coast of Hawaii, a spearfisherman is ambushed by a massive tiger shark.
YouTube star, NASA engineer and inventor Mark Rober teams up with marine biologist Luke Tipple to test the theory that sharks can smell human blood from a mile away. Using cutting-edge electronics, they get surprising results from three species of shark.
Shark Rober Part 2
After discovering that cow's blood will attract sharks in droves, Mark Rober's experiment continues with an even more real-world demonstration. The team donates their own blood to see how wild sharks will get when attracted to real human blood.
Air Jaws: Ultimate Breach Off
Three teams of researchers return to one of the last hunting grounds for AIR JAWS. They will use decoys, drones and underwater cameras to count the number of breaches and collect data on hunting techniques to see if the shark population is rebounding.
Tyson vs Jaws: Rumble on the Reef
Legendary boxer Mike Tyson is BACK, taking on a new challenge and he's chosen the most unlikely training partner -- sharks. Tyson will face his fears and square up with the ocean's champions to learn how to TKO a shark all in the name of research.
While a global lockdown quiets the ocean and lures New Zealand's biggest great whites out of hiding, expert Kina Scollay climbs inside a mobile dive cage, the “Snackbox,” on a quest to find monster shark 747 and solve an even bigger mystery.
Lack of human activity on the water caused by the global lockdown has led the largest great whites in South Australia to return to their natural behaviors. Shark experts can now study them up close and personal in ways that were nearly impossible before.
Shaq is back and on a mission to determine what shark has the perfect predatory attack. Shaq and his friends Dude Perfect and Mark Rober will put various species to the test to uncover the most mind-blowing hunting techniques of this ultimate predator.
Shark expert Chris Fallows joins Jeff Kurr and Dickie Chivell to search for the largest male great white shark in the world. Together they explore the waters of New Zealand trying to find a nearly 20-feet long, two-ton shark named Fred.
Extinct or Alive: Land of the Lost Sharks
Wildlife biologist and conservationist Forrest Galante dives into some of the most treacherous, shark-infested waters in the southern hemisphere all in an attempt to rediscover three unique sharks lost to science for as long as 100 years.
Great White Serial Killer Extinction
The Great White Serial Killer returns and it's on a killing spree that may push the California sea otter to extinction. Investigators deploy an otter dummy to get a closer look and witness one of the most spectacular attacks in Shark Week history.
Monster Under the Bridge
Scientists believe that monster sharks make their home under the Old Seven Mile Bridge. Fishermen claim that one of the sharks is a 18-foot long, one-ton great hammerhead named Big Moe. If this is true, he will be the largest hammerhead on the planet.
Adam Devine's Secret Shark Lair
Adam Devine and a team of experts found a secret shark lair that may be the world's largest gathering of tiger sharks. To Adam and friends Anders Holm and Blake Anderson, it's the ultimate shark party, and they want to know what makes this party epic.
Great White Double Trouble
In Australia, scientists have made an astonishing discovery: there's not just one population of great whites, there's two. And one appears deadlier than the other. Experts pit the shark tribes against one another to discover what's really going on.
Air Jaws 2020
Shark Week celebrates 20 years of flying sharks with Jeff Kurr, Chris Fallows, Dickie Chivell and many more as they revisit the most popular and iconic "Air Jaws" moments.
Snoop Dogg breaks down the craziest encounters, marvels at the wild and unpredictable reactions, and meets with experts trying to unlock the secrets behind why great white sharks are taking up residence along America's shores.
Shark expert Riley Elliot and underwater cameraman Andy Casagrande are on an epic expedition to uncover the mysteries of the mako shark in one of the last places on earth where these apex predators rule the waters.
Alien Sharks: First Contact
Mysterious and bizarre alien sharks lurk far beneath the waves in remarkably deep waters where researchers strive to make first contact. Pursuing the elusive frilled shark, sleeper shark and cookie cutter shark brings even more unexpected encounters.
Lair of the Great White
A team of experts attempts to find out why a population of great whites off the coast of Western Australia is so much more aggressive than others. The team must brave the elements and venture into treacherous underwater caves to find out for themselves.
Tiger Shark King
In the Caribbean, a deep-sea camera captured footage of a 14-foot tiger shark suffering an assault by a large, unseen beast. It could be an unknown species of mega-shark or even a cannibalistic tiger shark. Dr. Austin Gallagher wants to find out.
I Was Prey: Shark Week 2
Two adventure seekers recount their horrifying shark attack experiences. Off the coast of Australia, a spearfishing expedition turns into a nightmare featuring a ferocious bull shark and a great white attacks a paddle boarder on Ascension Island.
Sharks of Ghost Island
Locals abandoned Ghost Island after multiple shipwrecks and shark attacks. Now, Dr. Craig O'Connell and his team of experts dive in to find out why the island at the edge of the Bermuda Triangle attracts so many sharks -- including the Great White.
As the number of great white shark encounters on Cape Cod spikes, expert Greg Skomal breaks out cutting-edge tech to capture the white shark's point-of-view -- revealing exactly how and where they hunt in the summer to better protect the public.
Sharks Gone Wild 3
Everything you always wanted to know about viral shark videos but were afraid to ask! Sharks Gone Wild 3 reviews everything from viral videos and the biggest news stories to the latest in cutting-edge shark science.
I Was Prey: Terrors from the Deep
A California surfer, a Canadian thrill-seeker, an Alabama football coach and a mother from North Carolina reveal how they each came face-to-face with the ocean's top predator sharks and lived to tell their stories.