If you have been reading the news and paying attention, even the sharks know it’s Shark Week time for Discovery. Let’s be real; if you are swimming off Cape Cod or in Florida anywhere, you are flirting with danger as the sharks come closer to the breakers than anyone imagined. Well, what did you expect?
We’re nearing the end of National Geographic’s SharkFest, but the fun isn’t over yet. This week, the network plans to take a walk on the wild side. We are definitely looking forward to learning all about basking sharks. PEOPLE gives these creatures a great description: “This big-mouthed, plankton-eating shark is the second-largest living shark species
OutDaughtered fans saw that Blayke and her little sisters, the Busby quints settled down to watch the footage available for Shark Week. Air Jaws first came to Discovery Channel back in 2001. And, it brings close up visuals of massive sharks, mainly great whites, breaching in spectacular fashion. In celebration of Shark Week, they aired
Shark Week bonus content keeps coming as Discovery has tapped their popular explorer and host Josh Gates to host special shark-themed content during his virtual talk-show, Josh Gates Tonight. The network has multiple promotions as TV Shows Ace reported yesterday, and fans know whenever Josh is involved in a project, he delivers 100%. Described by
Shark Week is swimming right up on us and we have the hot list, thanks to Discovery’s amazing team, that will help you get in the theme of the week and grab the fun items curated for fans of the TV institution now over 30 years in the making. Jawsome partnerships, actually as we see
Shark Week is nearly here, and the former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson is looking to take the bite out of Jaws this summer. Discovery sent TV Shows Ace a fun promo that shows off the pugilistic terror, famous for biting an ear off while boxing Evander Holyfield, to take on the sharks in their latest
Sharks have two reasons to jump out of the water! Discovery is geeking out already over their Shark Week summer franchise back in August this year. And though the beaches may be more void of humanity thanks to COVID—the gift that keeps on giving—the sharkies are still out there happily waiting for anyone to dip