The Discovery Channel’s favorite Shark Week series has formally started. With over 20 hours of shark programming this week, here is a sample of what you could sink your teeth into:”Air Jaws: Ultimate Breach Away” (8 p.m. ET): Applying decoys, drones and underwater cameras, three investigators will go back to one of those previous hunting grounds for Air Jaws to “count the amount of breaches and gather information” on searching tactics to find out more about the way in which the shark population is rebounding. “Tyson vs. Jaws: Twist on the Reef (9 p.m. ET): The legendary fighter will proceed head-to-head with among the ocean’s top predators, for instance, black tip reef shark. Famous ring announcer Michael Buffer will telephone the shots.Monday (August 10)”Abandoned Waters (FKA Sharks of Neptune)” (8 p.m. ET): Due to coronavirus pandemic, a lack of human interaction has enabled a number of the greatest white sharks to come back to their natural behaviours. Shark researchers finally have the chance to study wonderful whites up close and personal at Australia’s Neptune Islands.”ShaqAttack” (9 p.m. ET): Following Shaquille O’Neal’s shark experience during Shaq Can Shark Week at 2019, he’s back with YouTube celebrities Dude Perfect and Mark Rober to examine and also discover different sharks’ “most mind-blowing searching methods.””Jaws Awakens” (10 p.m. ET): Shark specialist Chris Fallows joins Jeff Kurr and Dickie Chivell to learn more about the waters of New Zealand in search of Fred, the biggest male great white shark at the world.Tuesday (August 11)”Extinct or Alive: Land of the Lost Sharks ” (8 p.m. ET): Wildlife biologist and conservationist Forrest Galante dives into shark infested waters to rediscover three sharks “dropped to science” for almost a century.”Can Smith: Off The Deep End” (9 p.m. ET): Will Smith dives into shark infested waters to face his fear of open seas — and sharks.”Great White Serial Killer Extinction” (10 p.m. ET): The Great White Serial Killer yields, and its own searching may direct the California sea otter to extinction. Researchers utilize an otter dummy to watch “among the most dramatic attacks in Shark Week history.”Wednesday (August 12)”Monster Under the Bridge” (8 p.m. ET): Researchers considers that an 18-foot-long, one-ton great hammerhead termed Big Moe resides under the Old Seven Mile Bridge. Learn whether it is true.”Adam Devine’s Secret Shark Lair” (9 p.m. ET): Last year, Adam Devine plus a group of marine biologists found a covert tiger shark lair, which may be the greatest tribe of tiger sharks around Earth. Devine, Anders Holm and Blake Anderson find out about making this “tiger shark celebration” so special.”Great White Double Trouble” (10 p.m. ET): Researchers find that Australia is combating two populations of great white sharks, and investigators would like to know who rules the waters.Thursday (August 13)”Air Jaws 2020″ (8 p.m. ET): Shark Week celebrates 20 years of flying bees with Kurr, Fallows and Chivell since they revisit the very popular “Air Jaws” minutes. “Sharkadelic Summer” (9 p.m. ET): Snoop Dogg learns more about why Great White Sharks are residing along America’s beaches. In this event, Snoop will revisit some of the strangest shark experiences caught on camera and also fulfill specialists analyzing the secrets behind the “great white shark intrusion .””Mako Nation” (10 pm. ET): Shark specialist Riley Elliot and underwater cameraman Andy Casagrande take on a mission to discover the mysteries behind the mako shark at a few of those rest of the areas on the planet where they rule the waters.Friday (August 14)”Alien Sharks: First Contact” (8 p.m. ET): Alien sharks hidden under the waves from deep seas where investigators try to make initial contact. “Lair of the Great White” (9 p.m. ET): A group of specialists venture into submerged caves to discover why a population of whites off the coast of Western Australia is much more competitive than others.”Tiger Shark King” (10 p.m. ET): A deepsea camera catches a 14-foot tiger shark being assaulted by a big, hidden monster who may be an unidentified species of mega-shark or a cannibalistic tiger shark. “I had been Prey Shark Week two” (11 p.m. ET): 2 experience seekers discuss their shark attack stories. A spearfishing expeditions “turns into a nightmare” following a bull shark and great white shark attack a paddle boarder on Ascension Island off the shore of Australia.Saturday (August 15)”Sharks of Ghost Island ” (8 p.m. ET): Dr. Craig O’Connell plus a group of specialists return to Ghost Island, situated on the border of the Bermuda Triangle, to figure out the island brings many sharks.”Wicked Sharks” (9 p.m. ET): Shark specialist Dr. Greg Skomal uses cutting edge technology to catch the fantastic white shark’s point of view to discover just how and where they search to help safeguard people during the summertime.”Sharks Gone Wild 3″ (10 p.m. ET): This incident will undergo viral shark movies, the biggest news stories, and the most up-to-date in cutting edge shark science.”I Was Prey: Terrors from the Deep” (11 pfiction. m. ET): Four survivors share stories about the way they arrived face-to-face with sharks and lived.Sunday (August 16)”Naked and Afraid of Sharks two” (8 p.m. ST): Five Naked and Afraid specialists — Matt Wright, Jeff Zausch, Serena along with Amber Shine, and Alex Manard — attempt to live on a distant strip of islands surrounded by shark infested water known by natives as “shark alley.” With limited funds and difficult requirements on property, they might need to compete with sharks to get the exact same food.