Shark Week: Charlize Theron, Tony Hale to Guest on ‘Shark After Dark’

Mandi Bierly
Deputy Editor, Yahoo Entertainment
Cinematographer Andy Casagrande, Charlize Theron, and Eli Roth on Shark After Dark. (Photo: Discovery)

Shark Week, premiering July 23 on Discovery this year, will once again feature the late night talk show Shark After Dark, hosted by director Eli Roth. This year’s celebrity guests include Atomic Blonde star Charlize Theron, Veep‘s Tony Hale, Chris Hardwick, Moby, and Girls Trip‘s Regina Hall. Here’s what’s in store, per the network.

Sunday, July 23:
Tony Hale and award-winning shark cinematographer Joe Romeiro discuss the most interesting race of Michael Phelps’s career, against a great white. In addition, play along with Tony Hale as he uses everyday objects to show how the size of five shark species measure up!

Monday, July 24:
Comedian Anthony Jeselnik and marine biologist Vicky Vasquez sit down and discuss some of the most unusual shark species, including goblin sharks, frilled sharks, and saw sharks. Plus, Jeselnik puts his own shark knowledge to the test pairing shark species to their habitats.

Tuesday, July 25:
Comedian Chris Hardwick, actress Regina Hall, and marine biologist Craig O’Connell weigh in on the battle between East and West Coast sharks. Later they expose the truth behind some of the most viral shark footage on the Internet.

Wednesday, July 26:
Musician Moby is joined by Naked and Afraid fan favorites Cory Williams and Anastasia Ashley to play an exhilarating round of Fin’s Up! Plus, wildlife filmmaker Devon Massyn sits down to discuss The Lost Cage and the complexities of filming sharks.

Thursday, July 27:
Oscar-winning actress and producer Charlize Theron and award-winning cinematographer Andy Casagrande share stories of diving in the “sharkiest” place on earth, South Africa. In addition, they team up to play Predator vs. Prey, a game that tests their ocean food chain knowledge, and Casagrande discusses some of his wildest underwater experiences.

Shark After Dark airs Sunday, July 23, through Thursday, July 27, at 11 p.m. on Discovery.

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