Shark Week 2022: What’s on tap tonight and how to watch it -

2022-07-29 05:44:15 By : Mr. Jason Huang

Shark Week 2022 on Discovery and Discovery+ will be July 24-30. Discovery says the week will feature "25 hours of new shows featuring never-before-seen footage of walking sharks, groundbreaking findings, and more mega breaches."

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Shark Week 2022 started last Sunday and will end July 30, 2022.

Discovery Channel brings us the summer tradition every. This year, Shark Week brings 25 hours of new shows featuring never-before-seen footage of walking sharks, groundbreaking findings and more mega breaches, according to Discovery. Plus, as the first-time master of ceremonies, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will kick off Shark Week’s historic 34th year.

Shark Week is bringing both laughs and facts. For the first time, the Impractical Jokers — who hail from Staten Island — will embark on a hysterical adventure. They are just some of the many celebrities who will dive into Shark Week this year, according to Discovery.

If you are a cord-cutter, you can watch Shark Week on fuboTV, which is currently offering a free trial or DirecTVStream, which is offering a free trial and offers more channels than most streamers.

Like last year, Shark Week will also have shows on its streaming platform discovery+, which you can find on a variety of platforms and devices, including Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Roku and Samsung.

Tonight’s programming begins at 7 p.m. ET with Extinct or Alive Jaws followed at 8 p.m. by the Impractical Jokers: Shark Wee Spectacular, where the the Island pranksters see if sharks are man-eating beasts.

From 9 p.m. to midnight, three-must shows will be aired.


7 p.m. — Extinct or Alive Jaws of Alaska

International wildlife biologist Forrest Galante travels the world in search of rare and elusive wildlife, including those lost to science, and mysterious cold-water sharks.

8 p.m. — Impractical Jokers: Shark Week Spectacular

The Impractical Jokers are the kings of hijinx and fearless in the face of public humiliation, but what happens when they set out to dispel the myth that sharks are man-eating beasts the only way they know how - WITH EXTREME, MORTIFYING DARES.

9 p.m. — Jaws vs Kraken

Something shocking is happening in the abyss around Guadalupe Island. Photos of great whites with strange scars believed to be from giant squids have surfaced. Dr. Tristan Guttridge leads a mission to get a glimpse into the battles between the two beasts.

10 p.m. — Pigs vs Shark

The famous swimming pigs of the Bahamas may be in peril. Some believe that the local tiger shark population have acquired a taste for pork and may be feasting on these famous oink-sters.

Bull sharks are one of Australia’s “Big 3″ deadly shark species, and recently, there’s been a shift in their behavior concerning the human population. Paul De Gelder joins Johan Gustafson to uncover why these sharks are becoming more aggressive hunters.

8 p.m. — The Island of the Walking Sharks

Animal Planet’s International wildlife conservationist and biologist Forrest Galante travels the world in search of new and mysterious species of sharks, as well as forgotten or unseen creatures that have been misidentified or declared extinct.

9 p.m. — MechaShark Love Down Under (wt)

Shark expert Kina Scollay and his elite team return with a unique one-man-submersible, the Mechashark, to a top-secret location off New Zealand attempting to do something that’s never been done: locate a Great White shark mating ground.

10 p.m. — Mission Shark Dome

A team of shark experts uses new dive technology to get closer to sharks like never before. Dr. Austin Gallagher and Andre Musgrove enter the Shark Dome to allow them to dive without noisy scuba equipment to locate an elusive great white pupping zone.

11 p.m. — Great White Comeback

In 2017, one of the strangest ocean mysteries occurred in South Africa when an entire great white shark population disappeared overnight. Alison Towner and her team head out on an epic investigation to find the missing great whites of Seal Island.

8 p.m. — Sharks! With Tracy Morgan

Tracy Morgan teams up with shark experts throughout the country to identify the craziest and most ferocious sharks in the ocean. From rare species to stealth predators, Tracy shows off his favorite sharks and their incredible capabilities and adaptations.

After great whites started washing up dead in South Africa, Dickie Chivell spent years building and testing an undersea “Shark House” to find out why. Now, ready to deploy, he’s not just looking for answers, he’s looking for survivors too.

10 p.m. — Monster Mako Under the Rig

A team of researchers have discovered a mysterious group of mako sharks of the Gulf of Mexico who migrate around Florida and up to Rhode Island. They call these makos Mavericks. Now, the teams are trying to discover what sets them apart from other makos.

The shark population in Turks and Caicos has a sizable concentration of female tiger sharks, leaving scientists wondering where all the males are hiding. Shark enthusiast Kinga Philipps joins Dr. Austin Gallagher to help solve this puzzling mystery.

8 p.m. — Jaws vs The Blob

A new ocean phenomenon known as The Blob sends juvenile Great White sharks straight into a feeding frenzy for monster 20ft adults off the coast of Guadalupe Island. A team of shark experts dives deep to discover if the young sharks survive or become a snack.

9 p.m. — Clash of Killers: Great White vs Mako

Scientist Dr. Riley Elliott is tracking two of the ocean’s most legendary apex predators – great whites and makos – as they head on a collision course during their yearly migration off the coast of New Zealand.

10 p.m. — Shark Women: Ghosted by Great Whites (wt)

Alison Towner has risked her life many times, studying the migration patterns and tagging white sharks in South Africa for the past decade. This spectacular adventure with the next generation of shark explorers, Alison, and her all-female crew will pull all the stops - cage dive, free dive, deploy drones and decoys, and more - to find her missing white sharks.

11 p.m. — The Great Hammerhead Stakeout

Dr. Tristan Guttridge and James Glancy travel to Andros Island to investigate reports of an exclusive population of giant hammerheads. To get answers, they attempt one of the longest shark dives ever upwards of 10 hours using an underwater habitat.

8 p.m. — Monsters of the Cape

Shark Week Veterans Dr. Craig O’Connell and Mark Rackley dive into the great white-infested waters off of Cape Cod looking to test cutting-edge shark deterrents to help keep the waters of the Cape safe for both beach-goers and sharks, before it’s too late.

9 p.m. — Sharks in Paradise (wt)

Shark conservationist Kinga Philipps and scientist Tristan Guttridge embark on an expedition through the remote Islands of Tahiti to investigate whether local legends and mysteries about massive tiger sharks are true.

YouTube star, NASA engineer and inventor Mark Rober teams up with marine biologist Luke Tipple to test the theory that sharks can smell human blood from a mile away. They get surprising results from three species of shark, using cutting-edge electronics.

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