The long-running series is still going strong.
April 27, 2015
Discovery Channel has announced that Deadliest Catch has been renewed for a twelfth season. The Emmy Award-winning series continues to a be a strong performer for the network, drawing top ratings in key male and female demographics.
The perilous reality series captures all the gripping action of one of the world's most dangerous jobs - Alaskan crab fishing. The current season kicked off earlier this month with new episodes airing Tuesdays at 9:00pm.
08/12/15 at 04:51pm
So happy, one of my favorite realty shows... Thank You Discovery Chanel ,
05/05/15 at 07:33pm
Like No Kidding said 4-5 seasons ok.After that it just loses it's appeal.I think most shows are like that.It's rare when one holds your attention after that.
05/05/15 at 07:00am
It's less about waiting for a disaster now and more about the ongoing story lines of who is running each business and why and how. That's far more interesting than watching pots come over the rail all day. The problem the show faces is these things play out slowly over years and sometimes decades.
05/05/15 at 06:46am
I hope that Discovery Channel keep's going with the series. A show that is one of the Deadliest job's on earth (due too the size of the entire fleet's in USA,) I think most Deadliest Job's in America today our Police Officer's & Firefighter's, every time you see a realistic show of either one of these profession's there cancelled. As a retired 30year VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER,I would love to see a show on volunteer Firefighting, I would help anyway I could like Discovery to show this on TV. Getting back to the Deadliest Catch your camera men ROCK, and Producer's... Keep Up The Great Work.....
04/28/15 at 07:24pm
This was interesting for... oh.. 4 maybe 5 seasons... with the anticipation that some disaster may happen. Kind of like watching NASCAR because you EXPECT to see wreckage. Now, it's just the same thing over and over. I don't think it's half as intriguing as Discovery thinks it is.