Discovery Channel Shark Week 2015 Continues Tonight At 8 p.m.

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SHARK WEEK TV SCHEDULE BELOW

ABOVE VIDEO: Shark Week 2015 started Sunday on the Discovery Channel.

The 2015 season of “Shark Week” premiered on Sunday on Discovery Channel.

The28th installment of Shark Week will feature 19 hours of  programs — the most hours spent on Shark Week programming in Discovery Channel history.

Check out all the programs scheduled to air during the 2015 season of Shark Week below:

“Shark Planet” – This program will capture “all-new footage” of sharks’ behavior, from how they hunt, to their development and even their socialization.

“Alien Sharks: Close Encounter” – This fan favorite series will be celebrating its third installment during the 2015 Shark Week. This year, shark researchers/scientists “head back into the deepest and darkest unexplored oceans” as they attempt to get close to some of the most “incredible and unusual sharks on the planet, rarely seen on film.”

“Shark Trek” – This installment features Dr. Greg Skomal, Massachusetts’ senior marine fisheries marine biologist, as he tags Great Whites off the coast of Cape Cod. Dr. Skomal will attempt to figure out the swimming patterns of the sharks once they leave the coast of Massachusetts.

“Monster Mako” – Scientists will outfit a Mako shark with a camera, hoping to unveil the mysteries of the fastest species of shark.

“Island of the Mega Shark” – Shark experts Jeff Kurr, Andy Casagrande and Dickie Chivell will travel to the volcanic Pacific island of Guadalupe, which is home to “some of the largest Great White sharks on earth.”

“Return of the Great White Serial Killer” – Shark expert Ralph Collier and Brandon McMillian will try to uncover the reasons behind the shark attacks in Surf Beach, California, which took place in the same month both in 2010 and 2012. “Is the same shark responsible for the previous attacks, will there be more attacks, and why?” the summary for the episode questions.

“Sharks of the Shadowland” – New Zealand divers will tag a Sevengill shark for the very first time in this Shark Week program. “The Sevengill shark remains somewhat of a mystery and a team of shark experts are on a mission to find out how they hunt and more importantly how to better understand their behaviors and prevent shark attacks,” the synopsis teases.

“Shark Island” – This program will explore the recent bull shark attacks as experts try to determine what is causing them and how to prevent them.

“Bride of Jaws” – Shark week will search for the “largest female Great White” that’s ever been tagged.

“Super Predator” – This program will take a look at a “super predator,” located in a sea trench in Australia, that is large enough to take on a Great White shark.

“Ninja Sharks” – This episode of Shark Week will follow the story of six sharks all with “unique adaptations,” due to millions of years of evolution, making them the “most lethal hunters in the sea.”

“Shark Clans” – Rodney Fox and his team will swim with the sharks as they tag Great Whites off the coast of Australia.

“Sharksanity 2” – Have a weak stomach? Then this episode isn’t for you. “Sharksanity 2” will take a look at the most gruesome shark bites, strikes and close calls from all of Shark Week.

“Shark After Dark” – Everyone’s favorite after-Shark Week program will return for its third consecutive year with a new host, award-winning director Eli Roth. For five nights, Roth will talk all things fishy with celebrity guests, fans and experts.

The 2015 season of "Shark Week" will premiere on Sunday, July 5, at 8 p.m. EDT on Discovery Channel. (Discovery image)

The 2015 season of “Shark Week” will premiere on Sunday, July 5, at 8 p.m. EDT on Discovery Channel. (Discovery image)

SHARK WEEK TV SCHEDULE
(All times Eastern)

Sunday, July 5

8 p.m.: Shark Trek
9 p.m.: Island of the Mega Shark
10 p.m.: Monster Mako
11 p.m. Shark After Dark

Monday, July 6

8 p.m.: Island of the Mega Shark: Sharkopedia Edition
9 p.m.: Return of the Great White Serial Killer
10 p.m.: Alien Shark Close Encounters
11 p.m. Shark After Dark

Tuesday, July 7

8 p.m.: Return of the Great White Serial Killer: Sharkopedia Edition
9 p.m.: Bride of Jaws
10 p.m.: Tiburone
11 p.m. Shark After Dark

Wednesday, July 8

8 p.m.: Bride of Jaws: Sharkopedia Edition
9 p.m.: Super Predator
10 p.m.: Ninja Sharks
11 p.m. Shark After Dark

Thursday, July 9

8 p.m.: Monster Mako: Sharkopedia Edition
9 p.m.: Shark Planet
11 p.m. Shark After Dark

Friday, July 10

8 p.m.: Super Predator: Sharkopedia Edition
9 p.m.: Sharks of the Shawdowland
10 p.m.: Shark Clans

Saturday, July 11

8 p.m.: Alien Sharks: Close Encounters, Sharkopedia Edition
9 p.m.: Sharksanity
10 p.m.: Shark Trek: Sharkopedia Edition

Sunday, July 12

7 p.m.: Tiburone: Sharks of Cuba, Sharkopedia Edition
8 p.m.: Shark Island


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