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!
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 your top picks for the best of Shark Week history.
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.
There's a new battleground on the map for seal and great while called Cape Cod. Dr. Greg Skomal and his team wonder, what are the sharks doing here and what's Cape Cods future if the number of seals and sharks continue to increase?
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.
Philippe & Ashlan Cousteau travel with marine biologist Luke Tipple to Bikini Atoll, the nuclear testing site famously destroyed during the Cold War. Durning their travels they discover a large population of reef sharks & what they find is shocking.
Dr. Mike Heithaus and his team set out into the hostile and dangerous environment to study the relationships between dolphin and shark. What they find during their research could solve one of the oceans deepest mysteries.
Dr. Michael Domeier & Dr. Barry Bruce go looking for rare oceanic white tip sharks, to see if the species deserve the reputation as the world's deadliest shark.
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.
A deadly newcomer has taken residence in the waters of the Pacific Northwest, leaving behind frightened eyewitnesses, and bitten surfers. Shark expert Ralph Collier and Brandon McMillian seek answers to why the great white sharks travel so far north.
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!
Dr. Greg Skomal and the SharkCam team return to Guadulaupe in search of the world's largest great white shark, Deep Blue. During their mission they deploy two robot subs and what they find is truly remarkable.
Using a self-propelled shark cage called "The Explorer", marine biologists Mauricio Hoyos and Grant Johnson will investigate a recent discovery at Guadalupe Island - great whites moving into shallow waters at night.
Professional shark tagger Keith Poe, and marine biologists Greg Stuntz, Matt Ajemain and their team use state-of-the-art technology to caption hunting technics of thousand-pound mako shark - what fishermen call a "grander."
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.
Eli Roth hosts SHARKTACULAR: Shark Week 2016. The must-see survival guide to America's favorite week. With Exclusive Shark Week Sneak Peeks, Viral Videos, and the greatest sharks in Shark Week history.
Follow daring venom hunters as they risk their lives to acquire samples of deadly toxins for research and anti-venom use. The venom of spiders, scorpions, and snakes alike, can be sold for up to $4,000 a gram.
Washington State's Olympic Peninsula has been called America's "Last Untamed Wilderness." This vast forest hides dark secrets & chilling mysteries just waiting to be uncovered. Follow, a team of local law enforcement officers sworn to protect their communities & the forest.
Presented in association with World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Hello World! is a six-part series taking a look at the wonders of the natural world through the eyes of some of today’s most celebrated musicians.
A one-time game ranger with experience in the military, Kim Wolhuter is a maverick filmmaker with an extraordinary ability to befriend the animals of his native Zimbabwe.
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.
Shark After Dark is everyone's favorite late-night Shark Week after-show featuring host Eli Roth.
Get up close and personal with some of the creepiest creatures on earth - snakes. Host Danny Trejo and experts provide insight on home videos and real snake encounters, in this nail-biting one-hour special!
A natural history special about the newly established bi-national park between the US and Mexico at the Texas border; featuring the wildlife, and the people, crossing the border freely once again.
Morgan Spurlock finds his inspiration from Robert Sullivan's bestselling book, RATS. Venturing into rat-dominated environments, this documentary brings you face to face with the little, misunderstood creatures that live and breathe all around you.
Off the coast of Papua New Guinea, the Island of Bougainville boasts one of the largest untapped gold reserves in the world. Few have dared to face its fearful guardians- ferocious crocodiles. Follow treasure hunters as they risk it all searching for gold.