There’s a shiver of sharks swimming our way — and we can’t wait for the toothy beasts to breach our TV screens this summer during the 2016 installment of Shark Week.

Discovery Channel has released the programs for its anticipated, week-long series. And, according to the summaries of the fintastic features, viewers should prepare themselves for a slew of sea-themed content to make a splash on their televisions when the 29th season premieres Sunday, June 26.

Check out the “all-new, jaw-dropping and compelling shark stories” that will air during the 2016 installment of Shark Week below:

“Deadliest Shark” — Just as the title teases, Michael Domeier and Barry Bruce will attempt to unveil the “World’s Deadliest Shark,” which is said to be the rare — and dangerous — oceanic white tip shark.

“Isle of Jaws” — Where have all the great white sharks gone? Shark cinematographer Andy Casagrande will try to uncover where the creatures went after disappearing from the Neptune Islands off South Australia. Casagrande will be forced to get up close and personal with a dozen, large great whites, hoping to solve the mystery.

“Jaws of the Deep” — Marine biologist Greg Skomal will make his way back to Guadalupe to track down Deep Blue, the world’s largest great white shark. Skomal and the REMUS SharkCam team will search 2,000 feet below the ocean’s surface as they hunt for the massive animal.

“Jungle Shark” — Marine biologist Craig O’Connell and Casagrande will travel to Costa Rica to try and figure out why young bull sharks are swimming up river and how the pups avoid the large crocodiles living there.

“Nuclear Sharks”  Philippe Cousteau and Ashlan Gorse Cousteau team up with marine biologist Luke Tipple to explore an area previously destroyed by nuclear testing from the Cold War, which has since been repopulated with “non-migratory” reef sharks.

“Air Jaws: Night Stalker” — Shark Week veteran and famed photographer Chris Fallows will embark on his eighth “Air Jaws” adventure. The photojournalist will be accompanied by shark expert Jeff Kurr and shark biologist Neil Hammerschlag as they research how great white sharks hunt during the night. The eerie episode will be narrated by “Game of Thrones” actress Lena Headey.

“Shallow Water Invasion” — With the help of a self-propelled shark cage, marine biologists Mauricio Hoyos and Grant Johnson are able to investigate why great white sharks are swimming into shallow waters off of Guadalupe Island.

“Shark Bait” — It’s seal vs. great white in this fishy episode filmed in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

“Sharks Among Us” — O’Connell introduces a system that can help sharks and people peacefully coexist.

“Sharks vs. Dolphins: Face Off” — Looks like the ocean isn’t big enough for these two fin-sporting creatures. Mike Heithaus and his team research “why sharks attack dolphins” in addition to exploring their “hostile and dangerous” relationship.

“Shaksanity” — Discovery Channel will showcase the “greatest moments” from the 2016 installment of Shark Week, from “closest calls” to “biggest bites.”

“Sharktacular” — Actor Eli Roth will take a break from hosting “Shark After Dark” to give audiences an official Shark Week premiere countdown, which will feature sneak peeks, the show’s most jaw-dropping moments and fan-submitted videos.

“Sharktopia” — Marine biologist Barbara Block gives audiences a new look at white sharks thanks to advanced camera and tracking technology.

“The Killing Games” — Jonathan Werry and Casagrande head to South Australia to research a new hunting strategy of the great white shark. Instead of waiting for seals to come into the water, the hungry animals are snatching their meals from the shore.

“The Return of Monster Mako” — Professional shark taggers use state-of-the-art technology to track and document a live-predation of a 1,000-pound mako shark.

“Tiger Beach” — Hammerschlag makes his way to Tiger Beach in the Bahamas to uncover the great mysteries of tiger sharks from where the creatures mate to where they give birth.

“Wrath of a Great White Serial Killer” — The Pacific Northwest gets a visit from a great white shark in the Shark Week episode. Shark experts Ralph Collier and Brandon McMillian will then try to uncover why the newcomer has made its way so far north.

Shark Week 2016 Programming The 2016 installment of Discovery Channel’s Shark Week will feature marine biologist Greg Skomal, pictured swimming with blacktip sharks, tracking down the world's largest great white. Photo: Discovery Channel

Discovery Channel's Shark Week will premiere Sunday, June 26.