Mike Rowe hosts this mini-series follow-up to the Deadliest Catch. The many popular deck-hands and captains get together to tell their tales and share their experiences on the high seas.
Mike Rowe connects with captains and crew about survival on and off the crab grounds. Johnathan and Jake give an inside account of running aground. Keith and Junior debate right of way on the high seas. Josh and Casey introduce new deckhand, Maria.Watch Now:Amazon
Every boat in the fleet has someone moving up and someone moving out. The Bering Sea Captains imagine what The Deadliest Catch will look like next year and beyondWatch Now:Amazon
A wager is settled; a disgruntled greenhorn faces his captain.Watch Now:Amazon
The Bering Sea 's relentless nature pushes the Captains and their crews to the limit. They relive the terrifying storm of the 2011 Opilio season, and the sparse King Crab fishing - when experienced captains pulled more blank pots than ever before.Watch Now:Amazon
In the Season 6 premiere, the captains explain how they weather Mother Nature and deal with Lady Luck; and a crew member of the Wizard is medevaced off the vessel.Watch Now:Amazon
Josh Harris reflects on his experiences over the course of a year. Also: A long-running feud is addressed.Watch Now:Amazon
Jake and Josh Harris discuss their experiences as deckhands; Elliott squares off with the owner of his boat.Watch Now:Amazon
Complicated home lives are explored. Included: Jake Harris' addiction is discussed.Watch Now:Amazon
What's against the rules? What stops the "Deadliest" captains from getting the job done? Ben Bailey hosts, as the kings of King Crab discuss the dark laws of the Bering Sea. Keith lightens the night by cooking up "Baked Alaska."
It may be tough out there, but our favorite Discovery captains are still living high. Phil, Sig, Johnathan, Andy and Keith meet at Rt's Longboard Grill, where the discussion is all about fame, fortune and Southern California fun.Watch Now:Amazon
Deckhands and captains come and go with startling frequency, and fresh blood is everywhere. Travis Lofland and Freddy Maugatai each discuss their reason for changing boats this year, and Junior talks with the Greenhorn who quit after only two days at sea.Watch Now:Amazon
A crab fisherman's worst enemy? Ice. Ben Bailey shares a frosty mug with Phil, Sig, Keith Johnathan and Andy, as they compare some of the most difficult hurdles they face at sea.
The Bering Sea is full of peril, both emotional and physical. Bill talks about the swinging steel that almost took out his entire crew. Monster waves result in painful injuries, and Nick Mavar recounts how his nose was broken by a wild, flying steel hook.Watch Now:Amazon
The lowest lows of this season are explored. The Deadliest Catch crews talk about committing Phil's ashes to the tides of the Bering Sea. Jake and Josh hash it out with the short lived Captain of the Cornelia Marie, Derrick Ray.
The captains and crew recall some incredibly close calls and examine some of the missteps and mishaps that can lead to a life-threatening emergency. A Catch cameraman stationed with the Coast Guard shares his amazing rescue footage.Watch Now:Amazon
This episode looks at the family histories of fishing for crab on the Bering Sea. Often times several generations of men find themselves fishing together and even replacing their fathers. The captains will discuss the vast improvements made in fishing boats and equipment over the years as well as safety upgrades. They will also talk about the comparisons of crab fishing to gold prospecting. The show closes with a discussion of crewmembers who had short careers due to being too frightened to continue and some of the funniest practical jokes that they have played on one another over the years.
The captains of Deadliest Catch are back and are still at it - catching crab, trying to stay alive, and having a whole bunch of fun in San Diego. Ben Bailey hosts.