It's the world's deadliest job-where a man could die every week-the most macho of manly occupations: the Alaskan crab fisherman. Deadliest Catch features the wild and treacherous life of the crab fisherman.
This dramatic series will document the end of an era-what veteran crab fishermen are calling The Last Rodeo.
The first season documents the last time race, as it is the last season where they are pitted against the clock. Later seasons contains a less action packed theme, and delves deeper into the lives and minds of those on the boats. We follow the crews through laughter and sorrow while on the hunt for crab.
The series is dedicated to the brave men and women lost at sea, and to the families they left behind. And to Phil Harris, the captain of the Cornelia Marie, who died on February 9, 2010.
Warning: This show is not scripted, and every injury and/or death appearing is real. Take note of this if you are viewing it with children and/or people sensitive to blood and graphic scenes.
The 10th season of Deadliest Catch was one for the record books. Boat fires, sunken ships, addiction and high profits proved that real life is full of surprises. With new scenes and interviews, captains and crews open up about a year they'll never forget.
With added facts, tweets, and bonus scenes - The finale to the season nominated for 4 primetime EMMY awards. An arctic hurricane strikes the fleet. The Cornelia Marie faces sinking. Blood is shed on the Time Bandit. The Northwestern needs repair in 30foot seas. The Wizard has a near perfect season.
The Best of the Reality ShowsRating: 3 likes, 0 dislikes
You can't watch this show and not get hooked. The characters are real, although it seems a little cheezy to call them characters. They are just ordinary men doing what they need to to support their families. Whatever demons they face on land are left there as they focus all of their energy in just surviving. This is what reality TV should really be!!! Read more
Review posted on Tuesday, March 18th 2008 at 5:03 pm