An offshore drilling accident triggers the release of a giant prehistoric shark. When marine biologist Kat Carmichael arrives, she runs up against corporate front man Roger Wade, who plots with Stewart to disrupt her investigation. With the help of Skipper Chuck and disc jockey Dynamite Stevens, Kat tries to find a way to defeat the monster which has evolved to a state where it can walk on dry land and fly...it's the SUPER SHARK!
A freak tsunami traps shoppers at a coastal Australian supermarket inside the building ... along with a 12-foot great white shark.
Notorious Los Angeles defense attorney Sebastian Stark becomes disillusioned with his career after his successful defense of a wife-abuser results in the wife's death. After more than a month trying to come to grips with his situation, he is invited by the Los Angeles district attorney to become a public prosecutor so he can apply his unorthodox-but-effective talents to putting guilty people away instead of putting them back on the street.
After his father’s demise at the hand of Gaya Hotel Group, Han Yi Soo (Kim Nam Gil) has lived for one thing only: Vengeance. Ready to hatch a plan to bring down his nemesis once and for all, Yi Soo goes to extremes in not only changing his identity, but also his face. But there's a huge obstacle in Yi Soo's way: his inconvenient love for Jo Hae Woo (Son Ye Jin), the heiress to Gaya Hotel Group. Along with being enmeshed within an ill-fated love, Yi Soo's cover gets blown, which has him running for his life like his father once did. You either sink or you swim, but what if the water is full of sharks?
Aspiring entrepreneurs pitch various business ideas to "The Sharks" -- tough, self-made, multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons -- in hopes of landing an investment.
The Discovery Channel's Shark Week, first broadcast on July 17, 1987, is a weeklong series of feature television programs dedicated to sharks. Held annually, normally in July or August, Shark Week was originally developed to raise awareness and respect for sharks. It is the longest-running cable television programming event in history. Now broadcast in over 72 countries, Shark Week is promoted heavily via social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
A major wildlife series on the sharks of the world with over thirty species filmed, showing how they hunt, intricate social lives, courtship, growing up and the threats they face.
Shark Tank is an Australian reality competition television series on Network Ten. Based on the international Dragons' Den and Shark Tank format, it has aspiring entrepreneur-contestants make business presentations to a panel of "shark" investors.
Shark Attack is a 1999 television film directed by Bob Misiorowski starring Casper Van Dien, Jenny Mcshane, and Ernie Hudson.
Think you have what it takes to travel the world and beat the biggest names in poker for $1,000,000 on TV? PokerStars.com Shark Cage is your shot at making it happen!
Shark Bay is an Australian comedy-drama series or satirical soap opera. The 26 episode series screened on Foxtel in 1996.
Shark Wrangler is an American reality television series on History. The series debuted on July 1, 2012. It originally aired on the National Geographic Channel first as "Expedition Great White" in 2010, and then as "Shark Men" a year later.
Brazilian version of the American reality show with investors interested in providing financial support to large enterprise ideas. But to guarantee the necessary investment, entrepreneurs will have to convince these true "sharks" of business.
Kenny the Shark is an animated television series produced by Discovery Kids. The show premiered on NBC's Discovery Kids on NBC from November 1, 2003 and ended February 18, 2006 with two seasons and 26 episodes having been shown. The series continued to run on Discovery Kids until the network changed into The Hub on October 10, 2010. Discovery Kids closed with a 4 hour marathon of Kenny the Shark episodes. Despite the closure, it still aired on The Hub until March 25, 2012. It is about an anthropomorphic tiger shark named Kenny that decides to move out of the ocean. He was the protagonist and main character in the series. This was not Kenny's first appearance, however. In the late-1990s, a series of shorts ran between regular programming. Kenny was not seen, as the camera was from his point of view. A contest was held to guess what kind of shark Kenny was with the result being a tiger shark.
The Lone Shark was a weekly, 30-minute public-access television cable TV program which broadcast for ten years on WFAC-TV and SoundView Community Television. Both television stations were part of Cablevision of Southern Connecticut’s cable system, which spans the southwestern coast of Connecticut from the New York State border to the middle of New Haven County. The Lone Shark was hosted by the program's creator and Executive Producer Jim Sharky and co-hosted by the program's Producer Sean Haffner. Although the program was unscripted, Sharky would usually have a list of topics that he wanted to discuss with Haffner on each episode. The Lone Shark was known for its fast pace, strong language and adult themes, often pushing the limits of what station managers believed could be allowed on television. The Lone Shark was originally recorded in-studio or on-location and edited before broadcast, but after 1993 the program was broadcast "live" without a broadcast delay, editing or censor. In August 2001 the program was permanently suspended from production by the SoundView Television station management after The Lone Shark aired three seconds of a graphic adult sex video on live television during prime time.
Hammerhead: Shark Frenzy, also known as Sharkman or simply Hammerhead, is a 2005 Syfy original movie, written by Kenneth M. Badish and Boaz Davidson, and directed by Michael Oblowitz. The film stars William Forsythe, Hunter Tylo, and Jeffrey Combs. The film premiered on Syfy June 18, 2005.
Shark in the Park was a New Zealand television drama series. A police procedural, it revolved around the professional and private lives of a group of officers at a Wellington police station under the command of Inspector Brian "Sharky" Finn. The title came from the informal code term used by officers to indicate that the Inspector was about and they should "look busy". The series ran for three series in 1989, 1990, and 1992, totalling about 45 episodes. Many of the cast had regular roles in the series and several became well known throughout New Zealand as a result of the series. The show also featured many well-known actors in guest roles, among them Lucy Lawless, Michael Hurst, Temuera Morrison and Karl Urban. The series was produced by the Gibson Group and broadcast by TV One – it has since been repeated on TVNZ 6. Writers for the show included Fran Walsh, later to become well-known through her association with Peter Jackson and her work on films such as the Lord of the Rings films.