Get Ready for Shark Shoot: Fiji
This Sunday at 9|8c, Hollywood photographer Mike Muller and his crew get up close and personal with some of the world’s most frightening creatures. The guys travel to the Beqa Lagoon in Fiji, where 8 different shark species roam the waters. Mike sets out to photograph them all, even the elusive tiger shark, nicknamed the “wastebasket of the sea” because of its reputation for eating anything … and everything.
Watch what happens when Mike’s crew attempts to take their Hollywood studio more of 60 feet beneath the water’s surface … lighting equipment and all. Mike’s tech team must find a way to pump 3,600 watts of electricity through long cables into the depths of the ocean, risking their lives for the perfect shot. Meanwhile, throngs of hungry sharks are ready for their close-up, having come to feast on the enormous (and bloody) chum bucket that “Shark Whisperer” Brandon Paige brings to the ocean floor.
Check out some of Mike’s incredible photos from the trip, and be sure to tune in Sunday, Dec. 18, at 9|8c.