TV’s ‘Longest-Running and Most Anticipated Summer Event’ Expands — Here’s the Full Schedule

Jun 17, 2015  •  Post A Comment

Details have been released for a programming event that is being touted as “television’s longest-running and most anticipated summer event.” Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” will run from Sunday, July 5, to Sunday, July 12, and has been expanded this year to also include a special weekend of all-new programming in August.

In all, “Shark Week 2015” will include 19 hours of prime-time programming, the most in the event’s 28-year history.

Among the highlights: “Shark Trek,” “Island of the Mega Shark,” “Monster Mako,” “Return of the Great White Serial Killer,” “Alien Sharks: Close Encounters,” “Bride of Jaws,” “Tiburones: Sharks of Cuba,” “Super Predator,” “Ninja Sharks,” Sharksanity 2,” “Shark After Dark” and “Shark Planet.” Some of the titles are working titles.

Discovery did not release details yet about the “Shark Week” programming coming in August.

Please click here for the full schedule and the rest of the details.

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