SHARKFEST’s Full Summer 2020 Season Original Programming Schedule [EXCLUSIVE]

Here is National Geographic and Nat Geo WILD’s SHARKFEST 2020 full summer season unique programming setup and timetable, an epic five-week long distance race.

National Geographic and Nat Geo WILD’s SHARKFEST 2020 starts Sunday, July 12, with its greatest setup with 17 unique specials across the two systems.

Through the span of five weeks, Nat Geo and Nat Geo WILD keep on hitting it out of the recreation center with an assortment of other stunning SHARKFEST firsts and specials to grab the watcher’s attention, including Raging Bull Shark, as of now competing for the title of the world’s most risky shark; and When Sharks Attack, a SHARKFEST robust that unravels the secret of why sharks out of nowhere strike. In Sharks of the Bermuda Triangle, a sea life researcher tracks a subtle tiger shark to reveal Mother Nature’s most baffling hotspot, and experience the power of an ocean life deadlock in Shark versus Whale.

The long distance race of programming additionally underscores the best of the systems’ wide shark library content — which incorporates many long periods of programming — with titles airing all through the five weeks, starting at 6/5c each night. SHARKFEST’s full summer season unique programming setup is beneath. Dates are liable to change.

World’s Biggest Tiger Shark?

  • National Geographic — Premieres Sunday, July 12, at 8/7c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Tuesday, August 4, at 9/8c

Sea life scholar Kori Garza and Emmy Award-winning submerged cinematographer Andy Casagrande excursion to French Polynesia to follow Kamakai, one of the biggest tiger sharks on record. Their pursuit takes them to a remote tidal pond where, rather than Kamakai, they see what shows up as a revelation for shark science. Catching the conduct on film just because, Garza and Casagrande witness a populace of adolescent tiger sharks showing agreeable chasing strategies.

When Sharks Attack

  • National Geographic — Six-episode Season Premieres Monday, July 13, at 9/8c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore presentations throughout the five weeks

For families on sea shores over the world, a brief moment is everything necessary to transform a fantasy excursion into a bad dream. Abrupt shark assaults much of the time happen, and the thought process behind the chomp regularly baffles local people and researchers the same. At the point when Sharks Attack examines these rates to reveal insight into why and where shark experiences occur with the expectation that on the off chance that we comprehend the conduct, we may have the option to restrain the quantity of assaults.

Sharks Vs. Dolphins: Blood Battle

  • National Geographic — Premieres Monday, July 13, at 10/9c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Sunday, August 2, at 7/6c

There’s a war being pursued underneath the waves: sharks versus dolphins. These marine creatures shared the sea for centuries, yet researchers have just barely started to comprehend the mind boggling connection among sharks and dolphins. Sharks versus Dolphins: Blood Battle follows a group of specialists as they travel to the focal point of this savage battle — Shark Bay, Australia — to open the privileged insights of shark and dolphin battle. New exploration takes into consideration a crisp comprehension of sharks, and forefront innovation gives a window into this sometimes observed clash beneath the water’s surface.

Sharkcano

  • National Geographic — Premieres Tuesday, July 14, at 10/9c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Wednesday, August 5, at 7/6c

Incredibly famous shark researcher Dr. Michael Heithaus is determined to uncover the baffling association among sharks and volcanoes. All through the world, sharks appear to be pulled in to the hotspots, a riddle that appears to be straight out of science fiction and is confounding researchers. Dr. Heithaus befuddles the globe and dangers life and appendage to reveal the stunning, genuine connection between two fearsome powers of nature.

Secrets Of The Bull Shark

  • National Geographic — Premieres Wednesday, July 15, at 10/9c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Wednesday, August 5, at 9/8c

Numerous specialists consider bull sharks to be the most hazardous types of shark, yet we really know next to no about these top predators. Privileged insights of the Bull Shark disentangles the puzzle of these monsters: how they relocate and how they chase. Sea life scholar Dr. Ryan Daly and a group of researchers use front line innovation to uncover the developments and conduct of the bull sharks with the desire for better understanding why they adventure farther into our lawns. With uncommon detail, the researchers track their advancement from small trackers into astute, savage predators.

Most Wanted Sharks

  • National Geographic — Premieres Thursday, July 16, at 10/9c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Tuesday, August 4, at 7/6c

Of the a large number of sharks in our seas, a chosen few are so interesting, they’ve become overall big names with armies of fans and devotees. In Most Wanted Sharks, sea life scientist and shark-suit innovator Jeremiah Sullivan plunges into the narratives of the most thrilling shark stars ever. Encounter a shark so huge, it’s been known to eat individual incredible whites for supper. What’s more, get up near one that can hop 100 feet out of the water.

50 Shades Of Sharks

  • National Geographic — Premieres Friday, July 17, at 10/9c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Sunday, August 2, at 10/9c

Sharks have for some time been viewed as figuring and awful zenith predators of the sea, yet new exploration considers a brief look at a portion of their generally personal and sometimes observed practices. 50 Shades of Sharks uncovers features of sharks that are seldom chronicled; they’re delicate, fragile, keen, community oriented and even awkward. This full drenching into their private lives gives them chasing, resting, cleaning and imitating; these disclosures may perpetually change the manner in which we take a gander at sharks.

Raging Bull Shark

  • National Geographic — Premieres Sunday, July 19, at 8/7c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Thursday, August 6, at 7/6c

Bull sharks are entering the ring and clashing with the more fearsome, celebrated extraordinary white and tiger sharks to demonstrate they’re the new hero of the eat. As atmospheres warm the world’s waters, the famously forceful bull shark’s domain is spreading, prompting an uptick in assaults. Following a group of specialists, Raging Bull Shark accounts why the misleadingly unremarkable species could very well turn into the world’s most hazardous shark.

  • National Geographic — Premieres Monday, July 20, at 10/9c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Thursday, August 6, at 6/5c

The Bermuda Triangle has in excess of 500,000 square miles of supposed riddles, including missing planes, submerged boats, breaking down compasses and even legends of Atlantis. In all actuality, its most noteworthy miracle might be something unquestionably progressively extraordinary: sharks. For quite a long time, sea life scientist Dr. Austin Gallagher has been exploring sharks in the territory; he’s been set for locate the sacred goal of shark research: the mystery reproducing grounds of tiger sharks. Following a slippery tiger shark named Mabel, he endeavors to reveal Mother Nature’s most secretive hotspot.

Shark Vs. Whale

  • National Geographic — Premieres Tuesday, July 21, at 10/9c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Tuesday, August 11, at 10/9c

A standard automaton study turns savage when Ryan Johnson, a sea life scientist situated in South Africa, films a humpback whale being assaulted and deliberately suffocated by an extraordinary white shark. The at no other time seen conduct causes a total point of view move on an animal Dr. Johnson has consumed his time on earth examining. To comprehend the occasion, he follows humpback whales on their relocation, mapping places that may make them defenseless, and investigates extraordinary white sharks to find how and why they become whale executioners.

What The Shark?

  • National Geographic — Premieres Wednesday, July 22, at 10/9c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Thursday, August 13, at 10/9c

Investigating the shallow waters of sandy sea shores and wandering into 8,000-foot chasms, What the Shark? investigates a side of sharks infrequently observed and plunges profound into the situations where outrageous adjustment is basic to endurance. In this dim emptiness, where inky haziness could obstruct a predator from discovering its prey and weight levels may blow tissue to pieces, the climate is a danger to a shark’s endurance. To persevere through these threatening waters, this spooky cast of living beasts must represent perfect togetherness to challenge the show of life underneath the surface.

Shark Vs. Surfer

  • National Geographic — Premieres Sunday, July 26, at 8/7c
  • Nat Geo WILD — Encore Presentation Thursday, August 6, at 9/8c

As the quantity of shark assaults overall ascents, surfers are taking the brunt of the chomp. Shark versus Surfer visits shark-invaded surf spots far and wide to remember probably the most nerve racking shark and surfer stories through mind boggling, got on-camera experiences and meetings with the people in question. With knowledge from sea life scholars Ryan Johnson and Dr. Steven Kajuira, the extraordinary expects to answer for the last time: Are we truly at serious risk?