The must-see survival guide to Shark Week, featuring exclusive sneak peeks, viral videos, and the greatest sharks in Shark Week history.
Shark Week goes to Madagascar, a place NOT known for great white sharks. So why has a great white from South Africa made the 1500-mile trip? Craig O'Connell and the team make the trip to find out why and if this is the next great water hotspot.
Shark Week's Paul de Gelder teams up with Dr. Mark Meekan to travel to the sharkiest places in the world, Cobourg Penninsula in Northern Australia. They want to know what happens when 14-foot crocodiles moves into shark infested waters?
This haunting new species of ghost shark was discovered for the first time on Alien Sharks: Return to the Abyss, part of the Shark Week 2014 lineup.
Great whites aren't the only sharks that breach. Shortfin makos are so fast that they can launch completely out of the air when attacking. From Shark Week 2015's Monster Mako.
Two divers are surrounded by deadly oceanic whitetip sharks looking for an opportunity to strike. From Shark Week 2016's "Deadliest Sharks."
A great white shark attacks SharkCam from behind in the shallows of Guadalupe Island. Attacks usually occur here from below and at depth. From Shark Week 2016’s "Jaws of the Deep."
Chris Fallows dives into a notorious shark kill zone at night to see if any sharks have developed a taste for night hunting, and one takes an interest in his cage. From Shark Week 2016’s "Air Jaws: Night Stalker."
After landing at 12.5 foot, pregnant tiger shark, the team does an ultrasound to discover at least she’s carrying 20 well-developed pups!
Shark experts Jeff Kurr and Andy Casagrande are in a small boat surrounded by giant great whites in this heart-pounding scene from Lair of the Mega Shark, part of the Shark Week 2014 lineup.
At over 20 feet long, this massive female great white shark is likely the largest ever filmed - and one of the largest ever seen! From Shark Week 2015's "Island of the Mega Shark."
A Cuban shark expert takes a rather unorthodox approach to tagging sharks: grabbing them by the tail. These silky sharks remain unusually calm in his hands. From Shark Week 2015's "Tiburones: Sharks of Cuba."
Chris Fallows nearly has his head bitten off when a great white sneaks up from behind in New Zealand. Are the sharks here hunting as a pack? From Shark Week 2015's "Air Jaws: Walking With Great Whites."
The time slice camera helps shark experts analyze a great white shark's attack on Great White Matrix, part of the Shark Week 2014 lineup.
Trevor Burns wrestles a great white shark to rescue Elyse Frankcom from its jaws in this scene from I Escaped Jaws 2, a highlight from Shark Week 2014.
Giant great white sharks circle the one-man WASP shark cage in New Zealand on Lair of the Mega Shark, part of the Shark Week 2014 lineup.
See the dramatic story of NASA's pioneering, awe-inspiring missions, commemorating the first 50 years of space exploration.
Follow NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab for an exclusive look at the final stage of their history making mission to determine if the Red Planet has the ability to support life.
Neil Armstrong's story provides a snapshot of a profoundly historic moment for the United States, when groundbreaking science and technology combined with an unmatched passion for satisfying curiosity.
What happens when a plane crashes? Does bracing really help? Where is the best place to sit? And fundamentally, are planes designed so that passengers can survive? Find out as the world's leading aviation experts deliberately crash a 737 passenger jet into the Mexican desert.
Using 4,000 instruments spread over 3.8 million miles, scientists take the deepest, most detailed look ever at the epic forces that forged North America. They are learning that everything they thought they knew...is wrong.
The incredible story of legendary astronaut, Gordon Cooper, and the secret treasure map he began from space. In orbit to detect nuclear sites, he found a treasure he’d keep secret for 40 years. Now, with his map, a team of explorers sets out to uncover the world’s greatest find.
Narrated and executive produced by Emmy winning actor Jim Parsons, “First In Human” is a three-part, medical documentary series taking viewers inside the crucial beginning phase of scientific research. These brave pioneers develop breakthrough treatments for patients.
The Age of Aerospace recounts the fate of a company, a country, its people, and the contributions to technology, culture, and history. From the Wright brothers first flight to the Apollo moon landings and beyond, the series highlights an industry defined by innovation.
The Colony is an experiment that simulates a post-apocalyptic world in which 10 volunteers (colonists) are tasked with surviving and rebuilding everything from scratch, using only raw ingenuity and supplies they scavenge from their environment.
Television's longest running must-see summer TV event is filled with all things sharks! Take a bite out of some of the best Shark Week episodes from this epic summer event.
From the frigid Yukon Territory, lush forests of Belize, snow-capped Rocky Mountains and barren deserts of the American Southwest, North America, reveals that "survival of the fittest" is truly the law across this immense continent, amid threatening terrain and ferocious weather.
American Choppers follows Paul Teutul, Sr. and his son Paul Teutul, Jr., who manufacture custom chopper-style motorcycles at Orange County Choppers (OCC) in Newburgh, New York. The father-son duo two very different styles -- and very different personalities -- and tensions are al
Unassuming people enter a cab as passengers taking a normal taxi ride, only to be shocked when they discover that they're instant contestants on a game show! The Cash Cab will drive you to your destination and ask you trivia questions along the way -- correct answers win cash!
Follow Reed Timmer, Sean Casey, and Joshua Wurman as they capture severe weather video and scientific data -- under the most exhilarating circumstances. Discover why someone would risk their lives to get up close and personal with killer storms.
Bear Grylls has served with the British Special forces, climbed Everest, and explored the Arctic. He shows viewers how to survive the toughest and most remote environments on the planet by putting himself in the position of a stranded tourist.
The Tweto family rules Alaska's most dangerous skies. Operating their family-run airline, Era Alaska, they battle unforgiving Alaska weather and terrain to transport life's necessities to the isolated rural inhabitants of the Bering Sea coastline.