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Paul de Gelder lost a leg and an arm to a shark attack
Paul de Gelder lost a leg and an arm to a shark attack
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If your family are Shark fans, it’s time to rejoice: Shark Week is finally here! Discovery Channel popular summer series begins tonight at 8 p.m. with Air Jaws: Fins of Fury and wraps up at 10 p.m. on Saturday with Sharksanity.

Check out the full schedule below so you can watch and/or record all of Shark Week. Parents may want to pre-screen any of the more intense shows before having the kiddos watch.

Sunday August 10

8 p.m. Air Jaws: Fins of Fury
Jeff Kurr returns with his team with high tech gear as they try to track down Colossus: the missing “mega-shark.”
9 p.m. Shark of Darkness: Wrath of Submarine
Exploring the legend of “Submarine” the 30-foot shark off the coast of South Africa. Locals believed the great white shark to be responsible for numerous fatal attacks.
11 p.m. Shark After Dark Live
Host Josh Wolf returns to this informative 2 hour talk show where viewers can tweet live on-air every night with Wolf and the celebrity guests.
12 a.m. After Shark After Dark Live
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Monday August 11

8 p.m. Great White Serial Killer (Social Reload)
A reprise with added social networking
9 p.m. Jaws Strikes Back
The REMUS SharkCam team travels to Pacific island of Guadalupe. Marine biologist Greg Skomal leads the group as they film the hunting activities of the largest great whites on earth.
10 p.m. Monster Hammerhead
Scientists and anglers explore the legendary hammerhead shark that lives along the Florida shores.
11 p.m. Shark After Dark Live / 12 a.m. After Shark After Dark Live

Tuesday August 12

8 p.m Monster Hammerhead (Social Reload)
A reprise with added social networking
9 p.m. Alien Sharks: Return to the Abyss
Researcher Paul Clerkin takes viewers to Indian Ocean to search for shark species that scientists never even knew existed.
10 p.m. Lair of the Mega Shark
Shark experts Andy Casagrande and Jeff Kerr investigate the sightings of a 20 foot Great White along New Zealand's coast.
11 p.m. Shark After Dark Live / 12 a.m. After Shark After Dark Live

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Wednesday August 13

8 p.m. Lair of the Mega Shark (Social Reload)
A reprise with added social networking
9 p.m Zombie Sharks
Professional diver Eli Martinez attempts to prove the catatonic zombie-like shark phenomenon is more than a theory.
10 p.m. Spawn of Jaws 2: The Birthing
Dr. Michael Domeier returns to follow Gil Rakers the pregnant female shark he tagged last year. As he follows her journey he hopes to be the first to capture the birth of a baby great white.
11 p.m. Shark After Dark Live / 12 a.m. After Shark After Dark Live

Thursday August 14

8 p.m. Zombie Sharks (Social Reload)
A reprise with added social networking
9 p.m I Escaped Jaws 2
A look at attack stories told from the perspective of the survivors using actual footage and first person interviews.
10 p.m. Sharkageddon
11 p.m. Shark After Dark Live / 12 a.m. After Shark After Dark Live

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Friday August 15

8 p.m.Megalodon: The Extended Cut
An extended look at the attack on of a fishing vessel off the South Africa coast which killed everyone on board. Marine Biologist Collin Drake gathers information to identify the predator responsible for the April 2013 attack.
10 p.m. Megalodon: The New Evidence
More interview footage and evidence of the Megalodon incident.

Saturday August 16

8 p.m. Sharkageddon (Social Reload)
A reprise with added social networking
9 p.m. Great White Matrix
An investigation by shark attack survivor Paul de Gelder into a series of bizarre shark attacks. Along with cameraman Andy Casagrande the duo heads into the deadly shark infested waters of Australia.
10 p.m. Sharksanity
The Megalodon is said to have been extinct for nearly 2 million years. This show explores whether the enormous shark may still exist in the deepest reaches of the ocean

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