Dwayne Johnson to host ‘Shark Week’

Dwayne “The Rock”; Johnson will host this year, and he has the honor of being the first ever Master of Ceremony.

“Our Seven Bucks Productions have partnered with Discovery to bring you a very special (and badass) Shark Week. I filmed exclusively in my home state of Hawaii, these beautiful hunters, aumakua (gods), our Polynesian Very respected and respected in the culture, Johnson wrote on Instagram.

Discovery, which is part of Warner Bros. Discovery like CNN, is also introducing several new specials that will be available on the Discovery Channel and Discovery+.

Here’s some from the 34th installment of Shark Week, starting July 24.

July 15, “Dawn of the Monster Mako”

A 14-foot giant mako shark has been spotted in the waters of the Azores. Underwater cinematographer Joe Romero tries to capture it in film.

July 23, “Great White Intersection”

Follow the resurgence of great white sharks off the beaches of Cape Cod.

July 24, “Return to Headstone Hell”

Norfolk Island tiger sharks go face-to-face with large whites migrating over cow carcasses.

July 24, “Jackass Shark Week 2.0”

Johnny Knoxville, Chris Pontius, We Man, Jasper, Dark Shark and Zach Holmes return for another year to help their friend who is afraid of sharks.

July 25, “Stranger Shark”

“Stranger Things”‘ Mark Robert and Noah Schnapp discover the strangest sharks in the ocean.

July 25, “Air Jaws: Top Guns”

High-tech cameras are used in hopes of capturing the greatest breaching Great White ever seen.

July 25, “Mega Hunters of Oz”

In South Australia, a fisherman will help prove that the great white is the ultimate mega hunter.

July 26, “The Extinct or Living Jaws of Alaska”

International wildlife biologist Forrest Galante travels the world in search of rare wildlife.

July 26, “Impractical Clown Shark Week Spectacular”

People try to dispel the myth that sharks are man-eating animals through extreme challenges.

July 26, “Pig vs. Shark”

The swimming pigs of the Bahamas are becoming a favorite food for the local tiger shark.

July 27, “Walking Shark’s Island”

Wildlife conservationist and biologist Forrest Galante travels to Papua New Guinea to prove that sharks evolved to walk on land.

July 27, “Great White Comeback”

An investigation into why an entire great white shark population disappeared overnight in South Africa in 2017.

July 28, “Tracy Morgan Presents: Sharks! With Tracy Morgan”

Tracy Morgan and shark experts talk about the craziest and most ferocious sharks in the ocean. F

July 28, “Monster Mako Under the Rig”

A mysterious group of mako sharks from the Gulf of Mexico is different from other makos.

July 29, “Clash of Killers: Great White vs. Mako”

Great whites and makos – are tracked during their annual migration off the coast of New Zealand.

July 29, “Shark Woman: Ghost by Great Whites”

An all-female crew will remain in the cage to dive, free-dive, use drones and decoys to track down the missing white shark.

July 30, “Monsters of the Cape”

Dr. Craig O’Connell and Mark Rackley visit Cape Cod to test shark deterrents.