Shark Week 2016
Shark Week 2016 is just about over, but before you say goodbye be sure to tune in to the final four programs on this year’s schedule. Discovery

Shark Week is just days from ending, which means there are only a limited number of shows left to satisfy the curiosity of shark fanatics around the country.

In it’s final days, Discovery has significantly lowered the number of shark-themed shows included in their lineup. On Friday Discovery has two Shark Week premieres on the menu, with just one per night scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. The focus of the final shows of Shark Week 2016 varies. Some will explain shark habitats of specific areas, while others focus on how they take down prey.

Below is a full Shark Week lineup for the weekend of July 4, 2016:

Friday, July 1:

  • “Shark Bait” (9 p.m. EDT) Seals have long since been a staple in the diet of sharks in certain areas, but it seems the battle between these adorable mammals and their massive sea predators is extending to new areas. Join Dr. Greg Skomal and his team as they study a recent migration of great white sharks to Cape Cod.
  • “Blue Serengeti” (10 p.m. EDT) Follow Barbara Block as she boldly goes where few shark experts have gone before: a deep undersea world known as the Blue Serengeti. Using camera technology and tracking devices, she and her team are able to see an area of the sea often overlooked.

Saturday, July 2:

  • “Sharksanity” (9 p.m. EDT) Relive the biggest, baddest moments from Shark Week 2016 before taking a look back at the complete history of Shark Week.

Sunday, July 3:

  • “The Killing Games” (9 p.m. EDT) Sharks have been known to go to great lengths to hunt down prey, splashing high out of the water — but you won’t believe what sharks in South Australia have learned to do. Join Andy Casagrande and Doctor Jonathan Werry as they study a group of sharks entering into the shallows to snatch up seals.