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Jersey Shore: Shark Attack is a 2012 television film that aired on Syfy on June 8, 2012 and was written by Michael Ciminera and Richard Gnolfo. It was built around the popularity of the well-known MTV program, Jersey Shore.
|Jersey Shore: Shark Attack|
|Directed by||John Shepphird|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||87 minutes|
The film centers around a series of deadly shark attacks in New Jersey.
Drilling for a new park attracts rare sharks which slowly devour the tourists. In the middle of the movie, the character "Nookie" is invited over to a yacht party which turns deadly as the sharks attack the vessel. They are rescued and they move on to save the main character's dad who had jumped in the water to save a stranded girl. At the end a reporter says that the attacks are over. However, a shark jumps out of the water and the screen cuts to black. The torment is far from over.