In the world's most shark-infested waters, an extreme team of divers attempt to swim with and photograph massive great white sharks without the protection of a cage. The team is marooned together for 9 days off a remote island in Mexico. Supplies are short and so are tempers, but these off-beat divers, who begin as strangers, must learn to band together if they are to survive an open water encounter with the great white. Led by Andre Hartman, a diver who admits he's scared to death of the sharks, John McKenney, a cameraman who worries he may not return to his family, and Cat Gennaro, a feisty ex-model turned diver who won't admit fear... the divers, one-by-one, will take turns in the water with up to six great white sharks at a time! Cameras follow the team under water and on board ship where the crew, led by hilarious "surfer-dude" paramedic Mike Hudson, and guitar-playing soundman Michael Gatt, along with a shark-diving decoy named "Bob" keep things interesting 24 hours a day. This is reality unlike you've ever seen it: no actors, no safety nets, and no cages. In GREAT WHITE SHARK: UNCAGED, the sharks are dangerous, and the fear is real.