Anything that lives in the water captures the imagination of most readers, especially if a little danger and threat of the unknown is thrown in. Both programmes begin new series this month.
Before the Deadliest Catch season 15 kicks off on Sky’s Discovery Channel 70 at 7.30pm on June 12, the captains are reunited to cross-examine each other for their yearly inquisition to deal with the scars from last season.
In their deadly surrounds, the Alaskan crab fishermen need to be more self-reliant than ever, as tensions flare and pressure builds to get the all-important catch. Partners can quickly become enemies, as fast decisions have major consequences, and a lot of skill and courage is required to battle through their harsh environment.
It’s not for the fainthearted, and this recap of a brutal season highlights the lengths the captains and crew go to for the thrill and adventure of a very extraordinary occupation.
The depths of the ocean have long been a mystery unsolved, until now. Angler and biologist Jeremy Wade has spent the last 35 years unearthing the monsters from our dark waters we were never meant to see. The bizarre and the weird are all put under the microscope in Jeremy Wade’s Dark Waters, as Jeremy investigates and solves the myths and wonders of our planet’s most remote rivers, lakes, and seas. He visits islands lost in time, explores reports of disappearing fish species, and potential genetic mutations which may have resulted in aquatic giants.
In the first episode, kicking off at 9.30pm on June 3 on Sky’s Animal Planet, (Ch.76) Jeremy is in Australia to investigate a terrifying underwater attack by a two metre beast in a remote outback river. Far from the domain of crocodiles or sharks, Jeremy doesn’t know of anything in the area that matches the description. But as his investigation unfolds, he’s faced with the exciting possibility that a giant predator, he thought extinct, could be fighting its way back.
Article by - Sky Television
20 May 2019