"Ultimate Air Jaws"

Off the coast of South Africa, massive great white sharks blast from the water, pulling a sneak attack on their seal prey. Shark expert Chris Fallows and filmmaker Jeff Kurr ("Air Jaws," "Air Jaws 2") arrive on the scene to investigate the aerial attacks using state-of-the-art technology including an HD camera that shoots in super slow motion – 2,000 frames per second. This enables the team to slow down a breaching shark from one second of real time to almost a minute, and in so much detail you can literally count every tooth in the shark's mouth. Fallows and Kurr also employ a submarine and remotely operated helicopter to capture this incredible footage.

"Into the Shark Bite"

Go where humans don't dare to in "Into the Shark Bite," created by the producers of Discovery's "Time Warp" series. Watch the power of a shark bite filmed with the latest high-speed, high-definition cameras from extraordinary angles – ending up literally inside the jaws of sharks.

"Shark Attack Survival Guide"

In the ultimate immersive survival show, host and Green Beret Terry Schappert draws on his survival training to show you ways to stay alive in "Shark Attack Survival Guide." He dives with real sharks to recreate five attack scenarios, drawn from actual survival stories, to show how these attacks can happen, and what you can learn to do so that neither you nor the shark gets hurt.

"Day of the Shark"

Learn valuable lessons from six people who survived shark attacks inthe return of "Day of the Shark," and find out why they don't blame the sharks. Hear from a Navy Seal who was attacked by a bull shark in the murky waters of the Sydney Harbor while participating in an anti-terrorism exercise, a fisherman attacked by a pair of bull sharks while standing in the shallow waters of Breton Sound in Louisiana, a surfer in Jongensfontein, South Africa, who was attacked by a great white shark, a vacationer snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia who was attacked by a reef shark and a surfer attacked by a tiger shark in Oahu, Hawaii.

"Shark Bite Beach"

In 2008, fear gripped beaches along the coast of California and Mexico in the wake of multiple horrific shark attacks. "Shark Bite Beach" returns to the site of the attacks to recreate the dramatic stories of survival and search for clues that might explain why sharks mistook humans for prey that fateful summer.

"Best Bites"

The "Best Bites" host takes viewers on a dive through some of the most jaw-dropping moments from past "Shark Week" specials. With the help of some of our daring shark experts, learn amazing shark feats, shark facts and shark science while we bust some myths and highlight some of the dirtiest jobs in the ocean.