A team of wildlife cameramen head to South Africa to try to capture a certain shot of a Great White Shark that no one has been able to get... yet.
The MythBusters are celebrating the 25th anniversary of Shark Week with a countdown of their Top 25 shark myths of all time!
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-ft shark with a robot submarine -- a Shark Week first.
Shark Experts Jeff Kerr and Andy Casagrande head to New Zealand to investigate the sightings of a 20 foot Great White Shark which leads them to the nocturnal feeding ground of a "mega-shark".
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 sightings in Flordia are on the rise. It's the biggest study ever of Atlantic Great Whites.
Great white sharks live most of their lives on or near the sea floor where humans dare to venture. Now, world-renowned shark photographer Chris Fallows descends to the bottom in W.A.S.P., a craft that allows him to enter their mysterious underworld.
Dr. Craig O'Connell and shark photographer Andy Casagrande travel up the Serena River in the rainforests of Costa Rica to try and find out why young bull sharks swim up the river, and how they avoid the very large American crocodiles living there.
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.