Matthew Zymet

This video brings you inside the control room with producers and the live-broadcast director as the show went live earlier this evening at 9p eastern time. Mother nature has been tossing wild weather curve balls all week which meant doing the entire show live tonight was too dangerous – but luckily we had terrific things...

Aquavision, a world class non-fiction production company based in South Africa, is producing ‘Shark Attack Experiment LIVE with Nat Geo WILD.  Aquavision’s Head of Production, Steve Eder shares his hopes for how the show will help diminish the fearful perception of sharks....

This video was pulled from the live feed coming from our floating TV studio anchored just 6km offshore.  This video is about an hour and a half old at this posting.  As you can see it is crowded and chaotic on board the boat as crew and on-air experts prepare for the live broadcast.  Seen...

If you’re outside of the US, you can watch ‘Shark Attack Experiment LIVE’ , well, live! We’re streaming it live-online  — the behind-the-scenes pre-show just started and the show itself will start streaming at 9P et. Our international viewers can see it all here: http://natgeotv.com/int/shark-attack-experiment-live If you’re in the US, keep it tuned here for...

Scottburgh, South Africa is not known as a mecca of television production. No studio was available near our beach-shore location, so the ‘Shark Attack Experiment LIVE’ crew built one at the hotel which is serving as the show’s command center. A full studio and control room were set up earlier this week in preparation for...

‘Shark Attack Experiment’ diver Olivia Symcox and shark-attack survivor and surfer Todd Endris spent part of yesterday riding the storm-tossed waves at Scottburgh South Africa. They are both passionate supporters of shark conservation, and as you’ll see in the video below, they are hopeful that tonight’s show will help reduce the general public’s fear of...