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2019 Shark Week TV Schedule Released

The middle of the summer has arrived, the suns out, and the ocean’s scariest yet fascinating beasts are swimming. I might only have DVR service specifically for this week, it a week of must see television that I never miss.

This year, the 31st season of Shark Week, features 18 new specials and Shark After Dark hosted by Rob Riggle. This year it runs July 28th through August 4th, with more celebrities getting in on the shark diving activities, such as Adam Devine, Damon Wayans Jr., and Joel McHale.

To see to full list of programming CLICK HERE!

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I love dogs, have an average beard at best, and I was born and raised in the Northeast but couldn't be happier to make the PNW my new home. When I'm not in studio you can catch me playing golf or exploring the amazing trails Washington has to offer.

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