How to watch Shark Week 2020 online: Schedule, Mike Tyson special, more


Shark Week 2020: How to watch, live stream, schedule, dates, times, channel

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Shark Week 2020 is finally here.

The mega popular annual TV event returns to Discovery Channel beginning Sunday, Aug. 9 at 8 p.m. While this is later than the usual July start date, Discovery has announced that there will be 24 specials this year — more than any other in Shark Week history.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Shark Week 2020 lineup.
When is Shark Week 2020?

The 2020 edition of Shark Week will begin on Sunday, Aug. 9 with “Air Jaws: Ultimate Breach Off” at 8 p.m. Shark Week will continue all week, with at least three specials airing each night.

The weeklong event culminates on Sunday, Aug. 16 with a two-hour episode of “Naked and Afraid of Sharks” at 8 p.m.

How to live stream Shark Week 2020 online without cable

If you’re a cord-cutter or don’t have cable, you can live stream “Shark Week” on Fubo TV or Philo. Both streaming services offer free trials.

You can also watch Shark Week 2020 on-demand via either Fubo TV or Philo.
What channel is Discovery?

You can use the channel finder on your provider’s website to locate it: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish.
What is the Shark Week 2020 schedule?

Here is the daily Shark Week TV schedule, with times, shows and descriptions, courtesy of Discovery.

Sunday, Aug. 9

8 p.m.: “Air Jaws: Ultimate Breach Off” – Three teams of researchers return to one of the last hunting grounds for AIR JAWS. They will use decoys, drones, and underwater cameras to count the number of breaches and collect data on hunting techniques to see if the shark population is rebounding.

9 p.m: “Tyson vs. Jaws: Rumble on the Reef” – Legendary boxer and entrepreneur Mike Tyson will go head to head with some of the ocean’s top apex predators, including the black tip reef shark. With famed ring announcer Michael Buffer calling the shots, Mike Tyson will try to score a TKO over the massive shark… all in the name of research.

10 p.m.: “Shark Lockdown” – In the waters off New Zealand, the largest female great whites are measuring over 20ft long, earning the nickname “the 747s.” With no human interaction during COVID-19, researchers built a self-propelled cage to see how hunting patterns have changed.

Monday, Aug. 10

8 p.m.: “Abandoned Waters” – With no human interaction for the first time in decades, some of the biggest great white sharks on earth are returning to their natural behaviors…allowing scientists to study them up close and personal in ways that were nearly impossible before.

9 p.m: “ShaqAttack” – After Shaq Does Shark Week, Shaquille O’Neal is back, and now he’s on a mission to determine what shark has the perfect predatory attack. Shaq is deploying YouTube stars Dude Perfect and Mark Rober to put various species to the test and uncover the most mind-blowing hunting techniques of this ultimate predator.

10 p.m.: “Jaws Awakens” – Shark expert Chris Fallows joins Jeff Kurr and Dickie Chivell to search for the largest male great white shark in the world. Together, Chris, Jeff, and Dickie explore the waters of New Zealand trying to find a nearly 20-foot long, two-ton shark named Fred.

Tuesday, Aug. 11

8 p.m.: “Extinct or Alive: Land of the Lost Sharks” – Wildlife biologist and conservationist Forrest Galante dives into some of the most treacherous, shark-infested waters in the southern hemisphere all in an attempt to rediscover three unique sharks lost to science for as long as 100 years.

9 p.m: “Will Smith: Off The Deep End” – Will Smith is diving headfirst into action, excitement, and shark-infested waters, as he confronts his fear of the open seas and the open jaws of nature’s fiercest predators.

10 p.m.: “Great White Serial Killer Extinction” – The Great White Serial Killer returns and it’s on a killing spree that may push the California Sea Otter to extinction. Investigators deploy an otter dummy to get a closer look and witness one of the most spectacular attacks in Shark Week history.

Wednesday, Aug. 12

8 p.m.: “Monsters Under the Bridge” – Scientists believe that monster sharks make their home under the Old Seven Mile Bridge. Fishermen claim that one of the sharks is a 15-foot-long, half-ton great hammerhead named Big Moe. If this is true, he will be the largest hammerhead on the planet.

9 p.m: “Adam Devine’s Secret Shark Lair” – Last year, Adam Devine and a team of marine biologists deployed a CATS camera tag on a massive tiger shark that yielded a surprising scientific discovery; a secret tiger shark lair.

10 p.m.: “Great White Double Trouble” – Australia is in the midst of a rising wave of shark attacks, with great whites leading the way. Scientists have just discovered that Aussies are facing not one population of great whites, but two! Researchers want to know who rules the waters.

Thursday, Aug. 13

8 p.m.: “Air Jaws 2020” – Shark Week celebrates 20 years of flying sharks with Jeff Kurr, Chris Fallows, Dickie Chivell, and many more as they revisit the most popular and iconic “Air Jaws” moments.

9 p.m: “Sharkadelic Summer” – Snoop Dogg takes a look at why Great White Sharks are taking up residence along America’s shores. In this special, Snoop will breakdown the craziest shark encounters caught on tape, marvel at the wild and unpredictable reactions, and meet with the leading experts who are trying to unlock the secrets behind this great white shark invasion.

10 p.m.: “Mako Nation” – Shark scientist Riley Elliot and underwater cameraman Andy Casagrande are on an epic expedition to uncover the mysteries of the mako shark in one of the last places on earth where these apex predators rule the waters.

Friday, Aug. 14

8 p.m.: “Alien Sharks: First Contact” – Mysterious and bizarre alien sharks lurk far beneath the waves in remarkably deep waters where researchers are on a quest to make first contact. Pursuing the elusive frilled shark, sleeper shark and cookie-cutter shark bring even more unexpected encounters.

9 p.m: “Lair of the Great White” – A team of experts attempts to find out why a population of great whites off the coast of Western Australia is so much more aggressive than others. The team must brave the elements and venture into treacherous underwater caves to find out for themselves.

10 p.m.: “Tiger Shark King” – In the Caribbean, a deepsea camera captured footage of a 14-foot tiger shark suffering an assault by a large, unseen beast. It could be an unknown species of mega-shark or even a cannibalistic tiger shark. Dr. Austin Gallagher wants to find out.

11 p.m.: “I Was Prey” – Two adventure seekers recount their horrifying shark attack experiences. Off the coast of Australia, a spearfishing expedition turns into a nightmare featuring a ferocious bull shark and a great white attacks a paddle boarder on Ascension Island.

Saturday, Aug. 15

8 p.m.: “Sharks of Ghost Island” – On the edge of the Bermuda Triangle lies Ghost Island, a place locals have abandoned after multiple shipwrecks and shark attacks. Dr. Craig O’Connell is back with a team of experts and they are determined to find why this island attracts so many sharks, even the great white.

9 p.m: “Wicked Sharks” – As the number of great white shark encounters on Cape Cod spikes, shark expert Dr. Greg Skomal breaks out cutting-edge tech to capture the white shark’s point-of-view – revealing exactly how and where they hunt in the summer to better protect the public.

10 p.m.: “Sharks Gone Wild 3” – Everything you always wanted to know about viral shark videos but were afraid to ask!

11 p.m.: “I Was Prey: Terrors from the Deep” – A California surfer, a Canadian thrill-seeker, an Alabama football coach, and a mother from North Carolina reveal how they each came face-to-face with the ocean’s top predator and lived to tell their stories.

Sunday, Aug. 16

8 p.m.: “Naked & Afraid of Sharks 2” – On the edge of the Bermuda Triangle, five Naked and Afraid veterans attempt to survive on a remote strip of islands whose waters are so teeming with predators, locals call it “Shark Alley.”

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