Shark Week is On!

It's that great time of year again, when sharks rule.

For 26 years Shark Week has been going strong, and with all the competition from other Shark related programs (i.e. Sharknado) Discovery Channel is steping up their game.

First thing they are doing is Shark After Dark, which is a late-night talk show that will air each evening during Shark Week 2013, discussing all things shark-related and highlighting favorite moments from Shark Week.
Next thing they have is Shark Cam, which is a robot submarine used to track sharks in a new way. The premiere special Return of Jaws will include footage of Shark Cam following great whites living and hunting off Cape Cod.

Enjoy all shark week has to offer, listed below is their programs as follows

Premieres Schedule (all times ET/PT; descriptive info provided by Discovery Channel)

Air Jaws: Countdown to Shark Week 2013 – 8pm.
Air Jaws
programming has pushed and expanded our understanding of great white sharks and has become one of the iconic Shark Week programs. In Air Jaws: Countdown to Shark Week 2013, a documentary crew goes behind the scenes to see how Air Jaws has changed what we know about these incredible creatures and to give Shark Week viewers a sneak peek into the next Air Jaws special, Finding Colossus, which will air during Shark Week 2014.

Megalodon: Monster Shark Lives – 9pm
In April 2013, a fishing vessel was attacked off the coast of South Africa, killing all on board. A TV crew documented marine biologist Collin Drake as he worked to determine the predator responsible. As the investigation goes on, time is running out to positively identify the predator. Will Drake and his team positively identify the predator before another attack? This two-hour program is the exclusive documentary following his expedition.

Shark After Dark Live – 11pm
Discovery’s first ever late-night live talk show will be featured each evening during Shark Week 2013. Comedian Josh Wolf will lead viewers through an hour-long celebration of all things shark-related that will include celebrity guests, shark experts and shark attack survivors, among others. Wolf will also look back at some of the highlights from the past 26 years of Shark Week, and look ahead to give viewers a sneak peek at the next day’s Shark Week 2013 programs. The show will also give viewers the first opportunity to interact live on-air every night with tweets, questions to the shark experts and more.

Sharkzilla: Sharktweeto – 8pm
On this Sharktweeto edition featuring bonus footage and your tweets, meet Sharkzilla, a 52-foot mechanical Megalodon, a prehistoric mega shark that ruled the oceans as recently as 2 million years ago. The build team has brought this giant shark to life with the help of the Mythbusters, just to see what it can really do.

Return of Jaws – 9pm
With the first shark attack in the state of Massachusetts for nearly 80 years, Return of Jaws reveals brand new revelations about how the great whites live and hunt off Cape Cod by tracking a 17-foot shark with a robot submarine — a Shark Week first.

Voodoo Sharks – 10pm
This special follows a team of Cajun fishermen out to prove the existence of a monster shark reported to be living in the bayous of Louisiana. Meanwhile, a shark scientist also attempts to research bull sharks living in a freshwater lake just outside of New Orleans.

Shark After Dark Live – 11pm

Return of Jaws: Sharktweeto – 8pm
A Sharktweeto edition of the Return of Jaws special, featuring bonus footage and viewer tweets.

I Escaped Jaws – 9pm
These are the harrowing firsthand tales, many caught on camera, of people who stared into the jaws of a shark and survived. These survivors used their wits and experience, and all lived to share their chilling stories.

Spawn of Jaws – 10pm
Maverick scientist Dr. Michael Domeier launches a dangerous mission. Helped by The Fast and the Furious star Paul Walker, he risks life and limb to unravel the mystery of where Jaws gives birth. To pull it off he needs to get within arm’s reach of the ocean’s fiercest predator with the biggest bite in the water.

Shark After Dark Live – 11pm

Voodoo Sharks: Sharktweeto – 8pm
Featuring bonus footage and viewer tweets, this is a special edition of Voodoo Sharks.

Top Ten Sharkdown – 9pm
Tiger sharks, bull sharks and great whites kill more humans than all other shark species combined, but do you know which will be number one? Using the most recent shark-attack stats, discover how these notorious man-eaters hunt, and meet two elusive species that you really don’t want to meet snorkeling.

Great White Serial Killer – 10pm
California’s Surf Beach may be haunted by a serial killing great white shark that returns every two years, on virtually the same day, to kill. The key to solving this mystery is a CSI-style forensic study that analyzes bite patterns and uses DNA sampling of tooth fragments found in one of the victims.

Shark After Dark Live – 11pm

Spawn of Jaws: Sharktweeto – 8pm
Special edition of Spawn of Jaws, featuring bonus footage and viewer tweets.

Sharkpocalypse – 9pm
Shark attacks have been increasing in number, but surprisingly shark numbers are at an all-time low due to the shark-finning trade. Could there be a connection between the two? Could the destruction of sharks by humans actually be causing an increase in the number of shark attacks? To explore this theory, wildlife filmmakers Devon Massyn and Andy Casagrande take an insane trip around the globe, diving with great whites, tiger sharks, great hammerheads, bull sharks, lemons and reef sharks. Through the explosion of amazing footage they captured and some crazy experiments, they’ll test several theories to find out if the 100 million sharks being killed every year could potentially lead to us into a Sharkpocalypse.

Alien Sharks – 10pm
This special follows American and Japanese scientists as they descend into the deepest and darkest unexplored oceans on earth in search of some of the more incredible and bizarre sharks on the planet, from the Goblin shark to the elusive, giant Megamouth shark.

Shark After Dark Live – 11pm

Great White Gauntlet – 8pm
Divers brave a shark gauntlet in Australia’s treacherous coastal waters to capture a lucrative sea creature. Fierce competition and dangerous currents add to the tension in a job where death by shark attack is very real.

Sharkpocalypse: Sharktweeto – 8pm
Bonus footage and viewer tweets in this edition of the Sharkpocalypse special.

Megalodon: Monster Shark Lives: Sharktweeto – 9pm
Bonus footage and viewer tweets in this edition of the Megalodon special.

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Anonymous said…
Vodoo sharks was absolutely stupid you could tell they weren't even around the sharks! The heavy guy did pass for a whale though! Cmon discovery you're better then that
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