Shark Week! That yearly Discovery Channel tradition we so crave is not at all far away from its arrival in early August.
To start getting fans excited for the week-long celebration of all things shark, the company has released their first TV spot, and it’s pretty amazing. Dark, surely, but also downright hilarious. You couldn’t ask for a better Shark Week promo than this.
Be sure to head below now to watch the first TV spot for Shark Week!
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This week, we look into a scandal involving Scott Thompson, Yahoo‘s CEO, wherein he allegedly lied on his resume about having a CS degree. Later, we’ll poke into a couple of exciting rumors of Apple lowering the price of their Macbook Air to $799, plus their upcoming HDTV offering.
But first, the headlines…Facebook sets its IPO price, Discovery buys Revision3, Draw Something loses 5M users/Mo. after Zynga purchase, AT&T CEO regrets offering unlimited data, Google loses copyright infringement case to Oracle over Java, Google’s Hangouts on Air rolls out to everyone, & Google’s Autonomous cars get an official nod from Nevada.
Max Brooks, author of popular zombie books such as World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War and The Zombie Survival Guide, paid a visit to the Discovery Channel show Sons of Guns for its season finale.
In the episode, which first aired April 18th, Brooks stepped up to a challenge by Red Jacket Firearms to see who can create the ultimate zombie-killing gun.
You can see two videos from the episode below—one of Brooks first arriving and trying out some starting point guns; the other of teams designing their perfect zombie-killer—and you can catch the episode either on Discovery or on demand.
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