Cullan and Teresa have watched a lot of "SHARK WEEK" footage on
the Discovery Channel. Here is a recap of the highlights of "SHARK WEEK" since 1995.

Shark Week yearly highlights since 1995
1995: "SHARK WEEK" 1995 ran from August 13 to 19. New segments for 1995 included "Sharks of the Red Triangle", "Rendezvous at Ningaloo", "In Search of the Golden Hammerhead" a rare shark that had never been seen on television, and "Shark Attack Files".
1996: "SHARK WEEK" 1996 ran from August 11 to 17. New segments for 1996 included "The Ultimate Guide: Sharks", "Danger Beach", and "Tales of the Tiger Shark".
1997: "SHARK WEEK" 1997 ran from August 10 to 16. For the 10th Anniversary of "SHARK WEEK", 1997 featured "Shark Bites: A Decade of Shark Week". Other 1997 premieres were "Swift, Smart and Deadly", "Sharks of the Wild Coast", "In South African Waters", and "Shark Attack Files II".
1998: "SHARK WEEK" 1998 ran from August 9 to 15 and opened with a new segment named "Prehistoric Sharks", which featured the most unusual sharks to ever swim the earth's waters. It also premiered more new segments including "Zambezi Shark," "Hammerheads: Nomads of the Sea", "Great White: In Search of the Giants", and "Sharks of the Atlantic".
1999: "SHARK WEEK" 1999 ran from August 8 to 14 and went live with a live program from the Pacific's Bikini Atoll titled "Live From a Shark Cage" featuring renowned cinematographer Al Giddings. Some other segments included were "The Secret Life of Sharks", "Big Tooth: Dead or Alive", "Sharks of the Deep Blue", and "Sharks in a Desert Sea". The week was hosted by journalist Forrest Sawyer.
2000: "SHARK WEEK" 2000 ran from August 13 to 19. "SHARK WEEK UNCAGED" introduced a new host, zoologist Nigel Marven. Five premier programs aired, including the first 3-D shark program, "Sharks 3-D". People could pick up special 3-D glasses for this segment. Other premieres included "Giant Sharks", "Jurassic Shark", and "Future Shark".
2001: "SHARK WEEK" 2001 ran from August 12 to 18. Nigel Marven returned as host with a lineup that featured "Air Jaws: Sharks of South Africa", which showcased first-ever footage of great white sharks taking to the air and launching themselves 10 or more feet above the water. Other premieres were "Paradise for Predators: Sharks of Palau", "Shark Attack Files III", and "10 Deadliest Sharks".
2002: "SHARK WEEK" 2002 ran from August 11 to 17. This year, the sharks had co-stars. "SHARK WEEK" celebrated its 15th year with "CELEBRITY SHARK WEEK". Hosted for the third year in a row by Nigel Marven, celebrities who joined the sharks in the water included Julie Bowen, Mark McGrath, David James Elliott, Adrian Pasdar, Estella Warren, Brian McKnight, Gabrielle Reece and Casper Van Dien. Some other new segments for 2002 included "Great White Attack: A True Story" and "Air Jaws II: Even Higher".
2003: "SHARK WEEK" 2003 ran from August 10 to 16. The highest-rated "SHARK WEEK" program of all time, "Anatomy of a Shark Bite", premiered in 2003 and featured footage of an actual shark bite. Six other segments premiered in 2003, including a program hosted by Heidi Klum titled "Sharks Under Glass". Other priemiers were "Monster Garage: Shark Boat", "Diary of a Shark Man", "Robo Shark", "Shark Roulette", and "Jaws of the Pacific".
2004: "SHARK WEEK" 2004 ran from July 25 to 31. The 2004 edition featured seven premiere programs, including "Primal Scream", "Tiger Shark Attack: Beyond Fear", "Dive to Shark Volcano", "Great White Shark: Uncaged", "Monster House: Shark House", "Bull Shark: World's Deadliest Shark", and "Sharks: Size Matters".
2005: "SHARK WEEK" 2005 ran from July 17 to 23. 2005 kicked off with "MythBusters: Jaws Special", which saw the MythBusters testing popular myths about sharks. Other premieres included "Sharkbite! Surviving Great Whites", "American Shark" and "Shark Hunter-Chasing The Great White".
2006: "SHARK WEEK" 2006 ran from July 30 to August 5. The 2006 edition kicked off with "Dirty Jobs: Jobs That Bite", a two-hour special hosted by Mike Rowe that featured people who work with sharks. More premieres included "Shark Attack Survivors", "Sharks: Are They Hunting Us?", "Science of Shark Sex", "Shark Rebellion", "Dirty Jobs: Jobs That Bite Harder", and "Perfect Shark".
2007: "SHARK WEEK" 2007 ran from July 29 to August 4. Discovery Channel celebrated the 20th Anniversary of "SHARK WEEK". Eight all-new premieres including "Ocean of Fear: The Worst Shark Attack Ever", "Shark Feeding Frenzy", "Perfect Predators", and "Sharkman" aired during the 9 PM hour and the network's total daily schedule (9 AM to 3 AM ET/PT) was devoted to shark programs. The 2007 "SHARK WEEK" was hosted by "Survivorman" Les Stroud.
2008: "SHARK WEEK" 2008 ran from July 27 to August 1. This edition kicked off with the Mythbusters Shark Special. Other featured segments included "Surviving Sharks", hosted by Survivorman's Les Stroud, "Day of the Shark", "Dirty Jobs shark special", "How Not to Become Shark Bait", and "Mysteries of the Shark Coast".
2009: "SHARK WEEK" 2009 ran from August 2 to 8 and featured segments including "Deadly Water" with Survivorman's Les Stroud, "Sharkbite Summer" looking at shark attacks in 2001, "Blood In the Water" the true story behind the bloody shark attacks of 1916, "10 Deadliest Sharks", and "Great White Appetite".
2010: "SHARK WEEK" 2010 ran from August 1 to 7. The 2010 host for "Shark Week" was The Late Late Show's Craig Ferguson. The week featured six brand new segments including "ULTIMATE AIR JAWS", "INTO THE SHARK BITE", "SHARK ATTACK SURVIVAL GUIDE", "DAY OF THE SHARK 3", "SHARK BITE BEACH", and "SHARK BITES: ADVENTURES IN SHARK WEEK".
2011: "SHARK WEEK" 2011 ran from July 31 to August 6. The 2011 host and Chief Shark Officer was Andy Samberg. The week featured seven brand new segments including "Great White Invasion", "Jaws Comes Home", "Rouge Sharks", "Summer Of The Shark", "Killer Sharks", "How Sharks Hunt", and "Shark City". It also featured the premier of "When Fish Attack 3".
2012: "SHARK WEEK" 2012 ran from August 12 to August 18. This Anniversary edition celebrated Shark Week's 25th year! The 2012 host was Philip DeFranco. The week featured nine brand new segments including "AIR JAWS APOCALYPSE", "SHARK WEEK'S IMPOSSIBLE SHOTS", "SHARKZILLA", "MYTHBUSTERS' JAWSOME SHARK SPECIAL", "HOW JAWS CHANGED THE WORLD", "ADRIFT: 47 DAYS WITH SHARKS", "SHARK FIGHT", "GREAT WHITE HIGHWAY", and "SHARK WEEK'S 25 BEST BITES".
2013: "SHARK WEEK" 2013 ran from August 4 to August 10. The 2013 edition introduced a new nightly segment called "SHARK AFTER DARK" that was hosted by comic Josh Wolf. The week featured eleven brand new feature segments including "AIR JAWS: COUNTDOWN TO SHARK WEEK 2013", "MEGALODON: THE MONSTER SHARK LIVES", "RETURN OF JAWS", "VOODOO SHARKS", "I ESCAPED JAWS", "SPAWN OF JAWS", "TOP 10 SHARKDOWN", "GREAT WHITE SERIAL KILLER", "SHARKPOCALYPSE", "ALIEN SHARKS OF THE DEEP", and "GREAT WHITE GAUNTLET".
2014: "SHARK WEEK" 2014 ran from August 10 to August 16. The host was Rob Lowe. The 2014 edition once again featured a late night segment called "SHARK AFTER DARK" that was hosted by comic Josh Wolf. The week featured thirteen brand new feature segments including "Air Jaws: Fin of Fury", "Shark of Darkness: Wrath of Submarine", "Jaws Strikes Back", "Monster Hammerhead", "Alien Sharks: Return To The Abyss", "Lair of The Mega Sharks", "Zombie Sharks", "Spawn of Jaws 2: The Birth", "I Escaped Jaws II", "Sharkageddon", "Megalodon: The Extended Cut", "Megalodon: The New Evidence", and "Great White Matrix". There was also a recap show of highlights from the week's episodes called "Sharksanity".
2015: "SHARK WEEK" 2015 ran from July 5 to July 12. The host was Eli Roth. The 2015 edition once again featured a late night segment called "SHARK AFTER DARK" that was hosted by Eli Roth. The week featured thirteen brand new feature segments including "Shark Trek", "Island of the Mega Shark", "Monster Mako", "Return of the Great White Serial Killer", "Alien Sharks: Close Encounters", "Bride of Jaws", "Tiburones: Sharks of Cuba", "Super Predator", "Ninja Sharks", "Shark Planet", "Sharks of the Shadowland", "Shark Clans", and "Shark Island". There was also a recap show of highlights from the week's episodes called "Sharksanity 2".
2016: "SHARK WEEK" 2016 ran from June 26 to July 3. The host was Eli Roth. The 2016 edition once again featured a late night segment called "SHARK AFTER DARK" that was hosted by Eli Roth. The week featured fifteen brand new feature segments including "Tiger Beach", "Return of the Monster Mako", "Isle of Jaws", "Shallow Water Invasion", "Jaws of the Deep", "Sharks Among Us", "Wrath of a Great White Serial Killer", "Air Jaws Night Stalker", "Deadliest Sharks", "Sharks vs. Dolphins: Face Off", "Nuclear Sharks", "Jungle Sharks", "Shark Bait", "Blue Serengeti", and "The Killing Games". There was also a recap show of highlights from the week's episodes called "Sharksanity 3".
2017: "SHARK WEEK" 2017 ran from July 23 to July 30. The host was Eli Roth. The 2017 edition once again featured a late night segment called "SHARK AFTER DARK" that was hosted by Eli Roth. The week featured sixteen brand new feature segments including "Great White Shark Serial Killer Lives", "Phelps Vs Shark: Great Gold Vs Great White", "Shark-Croc Showdown", "The Great Hammerhead Invasion", "Shark Vortex", "Return to the Isle of Jaws", "Alien Sharks: Stranger Fins", "Sharks and the City: L.A.", "Sharks and the City: New York", "The Lost Cage", "Devil Sharks", "Shark Exile", "Shark Storm", "African Shark Safari", "Lair of the Sawfish", and "Shark School with Michael Phelps". There was also a recap show of highlights from the week's episodes called "Sharkmania".

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