I would say so. The voodoo shark show was ridiculous. They build up a mystery about the shark but everyone knows it's about a bull shark. I just don't like the premise where the supposed investigators are out to solve the mystery. It has been solved already. Just do a documentary on sharks in freshwater. No need to have amateur hour where you put these guys in ridiculous situations and faux drama.So we can now safely say that Shark Week has jumped itself?
Shark Week programming went to crud several years ago, unfortunately.
I dont think they expected you to buy into it. Anyone watching would know it was a fake production. I guess what gets me is Shark Week has now become Sy Fy monster of the week.I was actually ****** off at the ending of Megalodon. I understand they are trying to make money and think of new ways to entice the viewer to continue to watch, but it has gotten ridiculous. A fake massive whale just disappears with no cameras on it? The cage mysteriously disappears after a huge burst of water. Do they honestly think anyone would believe it for a minute? It really ruined shark week for me....
You'd be surprised how many people thought it was real. Its a travesty that Discover has sunk this low. Stuff like this is one of the reasons I don't pay for cable TV.I dont think they expected you to buy into it. Anyone watching would know it was a fake production. I guess what gets me is Shark Week has now become Sy Fy monster of the week.
The Eagle Rays were very previlant the last couple of weeks up and down the Jersey Shoreline (Point Pleasant to Seaside specifically). They are quite the sight when swimming in packs of 10 or more just yards from shore.When the Eagle Rays were in I didn't swim because the Bulls move up the bay (In August if I remember right). Several have been caught at the Bay Bridge (Annapolis).