Nat Geo Is Bringing 5 Straight Weeks of Shark Content to Your TV
Spend your summer biting into more shark programming than ever before.
National Geographic knows you're looking to add a little excitement to your summer, and they have just the thing to make that happen: five straight weeks of shark content.
This bounty of shark entertainment is called SharkFest and it's surfing onto National Geographic and Nat Geo Wild starting July 12. The first three weeks of SharkFest will happen on National Geographic, followed by another two weeks of TV about these fascinating underwater predators on Nat Geo Wild, starting August 2.
This solid five-week block of shark-filled television will include 17 original premieres and hours of captivating content from National Geographic's expansive archives.
Among the shows you can sink your teeth into during SharkFest is Most Wanted Sharks, which offers a closer look at the world's most famous sharks. Leading the show's "sharkarazzi" is Jeremiah Sullivan — a marine biologist and shark suit inventor.
Thanks to his expertise and deep appreciation for sharks, Sullivan will bring viewers face-to-face with some of the Earth's largest sharks, including a great white shark that has the reputation of eating other great whites.
Most Wanted Sharks will premiere during SharkFest on Thursday, July 16, at 10 p.m. (9 p.m. CST) on National Geographic, and that's only scratching the surface of what shark lovers can expect from SharkFest.
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