Years in the making, this two-part documentary from BBC Earth takes viewers' understanding of sharks far beyond the scary images burned into their minds from "Jaws" films and frightening news accounts of shark attacks. In addition to up-close and admittedly imposing views of great whites, the program also shows stunning footage of epaulettes walking on land, blacktips forming bait balls, wobbegongs camouflaging themselves in coral reefs, and much more. 120 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English; bonus programs "Shark: Beneath the Surface," "Shark: Beyond the Bite"; featurette. Two-disc set.