Discovery Shark Week 2016: Captions by VITAC

Jun 28 2016 David Titmus
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VITAC Captions Discovery Shark Week

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Adrenaline, frantic swimming, fins, jaws, and… captions? That’s right, it’s officially the best week of the year: Shark Week 2016 on the Discovery Channel, and it’s captioned from start to finished by VITAC!

Shark week kicked off on Sunday with original programming, Tiger Beach, The Return of Monster Mako, and Isle of Jaws, which chronicled the discovery of a concentration of only male sharks off of an uncharted island. The sharks had completely disappeared from the group of Neptune Islands in Australia. Could this finding have had something to do with it?

Last night’s programming got a little more terrifying with shows such as Shallow Water Invasion, and Jaws of the Deep. Sharks Among Us, the third program shownshowcased a system developed by Dr. Craig O’Connell for humans and sharks to live in harmony.

Be sure to tune back in tonight at 9/8c for Wrath of a Great White Serial Killer and Air Jaws: Night Stalker immediately following at 10/9c. And be sure not to miss Shark After Dark at 11/10c where film writer, director and producer Eli Roth and guests discuss highlights of Shark Week after each night’s programming.

Be certain not to miss a word of any spine-tingling, thrilling moment… turn the closed captions on!

For the rest of Discovery’s Shark Week program schedule, visit their official Shark Week 2016 TV Schedule.

By Brittany Bender