Shark Week 2013 Video Highlights

Shark Week 2013 Video Highlights

Shark Week 2013 Highlights

SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 9PM E/P — MEGALODON: THE MONSTER SHARK LIVES | Discovery brings SHARK WEEK viewers on a search for a massive killer shark responsible for a rash of fatalities off the coast of South Africa. One controversial scientist believes that the shark responsible could be Megalodon, a 60-foot relative of the great white that is one of the largest and most powerful predators in history. Our oceans remain 95% unexplored, and this massive prehistoric predator has always been shrouded in secrecy, but after a rash of newly discovered evidence, authorities are forced to investigate and hunt for the predator long thought to be extinct. A crew of scientists and shark experts examine evidence and fearlessly seek answers to the many questions surrounding one of the last great mysteries of the deep ocean while creating the largest chum slick in history.

  • Monday, August 5, 9PM e/p: RETURN OF JAWS
  • Monday, August 5, 10PM e/p: VOODOO SHARKS
  • Tuesday, August 6, 10PM e/p: SPAWN OF JAWS
  • Tuesday, August 6, 9PM e/p: I ESCAPED JAWS
  • Wednesday, August 7, 9PM e/p: TOP 10 SHARKDOWN
  • Wednesday, August 7, 10PM e/p: GREAT WHITE SERIAL KILLER
  • Thursday, August 8, 9PM e/p: SHARKPOCALYPSE
  • Thursday, August 8, 10PM e/p: ALIEN SHARKS OF THE DEEP
  • Saturday, August 10, 8PM e/p: GREAT WHITE GAUNTLET

This year's Shark Week lineup brings you Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives, which investigates whether a massive, prehistoric shark still roams the world's oceans; Return of Jaws, featuring the first-ever footage of great whites from the robotic "shark cam"; and Voodoo Sharks, following the legend of an enormous shark haunting the bayous of Louisiana.

Shark Week also features I Escaped Jaws, featuring incredible shark attack survival stories; Spawn of Jaws, which delves into the mysterious life cycle of the great white shark; Alien Sharks of the Deep, a peak into the hidden underworld of very bizarre sharks; and even more sharks.