The Steven Spielberg classic Jaws terrified millions in 1975, and decades later, the film still has teeth. But could a Great White really be a serial killer?
Facts show that you're 30 times more likely to be hit by lightning than attacked by a shark. Dog bites and bee stings cause more fatalities, so, why are we so terrified of these demons of the deep?
This brand new and exclusive one-off interviews marine biologists and shark experts for the answers. It also relives a true tale of a man-eating monster that terrorised New Jersey in 1916, a story far scarier than anything on screen.